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Rajasthan which was one of the first states to open tourism in India has given us yet another good news. Come September 7, all religious places in Rajasthan to reopen for tourists under supervision. These attractions had been closed for months due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, strict measures and guidelines are to be followed inside the premises, as advised by the government.

Opening Religious Places In Rajasthan: A Safe Choice

Gaitore Ki Chhatriyan Temple

Earlier, the central government had announced relaxations at religious places from June 8 but with a sudden surge in cases, the state decided to keep the attractions closed. Now, the state government has directed the police superintendents to conduct thorough checks and ensure that all safety measures are being taken care of.

As a safety measure, private hospitals and other medical establishments have been kept as backup in case a surge occurs again. But with strict counter-measures and social distancing, the government is sure that such a case would not arise.

Main Religious Shrines In Rajasthan

Ranakpur Jain Temple

The churches in Rajasthan will also re-open from September 13, on a Sunday, usually when mass is organized. As a result of the state’s orders, several historic landmarks which had been shut down are now open. Here are some of them:

  • Birla Mandir, Jaipur
  • Brahma Temple, Pushkar
  • Eklingji Temple, Udaipur
  • Galtaji Temple, Jaipur
  • Dilwara Jain Temples, Mount Abu
  • Jain Temple, Ranakpur
  • Hazrat Khawaja Gharib Nawaz Dargah, Ajmer

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Have you been to or are planning a Rajasthan trip to visit these wonderful shrines? If not, when are you planning to go? Do let us know in the comments below. As travel resumes in a phased manner, tourist places in the rest of India are also gaining momentum. In the coming days, even more things will open. Do stay connected!

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News Source:
India Times

Category: News, Rajasthan, religious sites

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