Shri Mahalaxmi Jagdamba Sansthan has taken a decision on Tuesday to keep Koradi Devi Mandir open and celebrate Ashwin Navratra Mahotsava – 21 from October 7 onwards.
The decision was taken in a meeting of the Board of Trustees held under the presidentship of Chandrashekar Bawankule, President of the sansthan and former minister. The members also surveyed the premises for making necessary arrangements for the navratra. The management will allow devotees to take ‘darshan’ of Koradi Devi by following covid-19 rules such as wearing mask, using sanitizer and keeping safe distance.
There will be proper police bandobust in the mandir premises
during the festival while there will be different entry gates for pass holders and others. A pass for Rs 2100 would be issued for taking Akhand Jyoti Darshan for four members of a family. The management has also made arrangements for eight e-rickshaws and wheel chairs for devotees as well as separate arrangement for distribution of prasad. The devotees will be under electronic surveillance in the premises.
A press note issued by the management said that no shops would be allowed in the premises. Koradi Gram Panchayat will make arrangement for parking of vehicles in the open land in the complex.. Moreover, arrangements for ambulance, drinking water, water tanker, collecting garbage, pandal etc would also be done by the gram panchayat.
Nandbabu Bajaj, Vice-President, Dattu Samritkar, Secretary, Prabha Nimone, Sushila Mantri, Adv Mukesh Sharma, Ashokbabu Khanorkar, Premlal Patel, Keshavrao Fulzele, Sarpanch Narendra Dhanole and others were present in the meeting.