According to temple officials, worshipers will only be allowed to bring milk and water to the KV temple
Arrangements have been made at the Kashi Vishwanath temple to receive devotees on the occasion of Maha Shivratri on Tuesday.
For the first time, and on a trial basis, devotees will be able to enter the Kashi Vishwanath corridor directly from the ghats to reach the temple. In addition, the entrance from other doors of the KV hallway will also be open.
According to temple officials, devotees will only be allowed to bring milk and water to the KV temple. Other worship materials will be collected at the temple gate.
“After the inauguration of the KV Corridor, this is the first celebration of Mahashivratri. Therefore, we have made special arrangements at the KV Temple so that devotees can offer prayers to Baba Kashi Vishwanath conveniently,” said said Sunil Kumar Verma, chief executive of the Sri Kashi Vishwanath Special Zone Development Council.
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