Places of worship reopen in Maharashtra; devotees visit temples
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Places of worship reopen in Maharashtra; devotees visit temples

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November 16, 2020

Places of religious worship in Maharashtra, which were shut since the imposition of COVID-19 lockdown in March, reopened on Monday with devotees visiting some of the prominent temples and shrines in the state.


New Delhi, 16 November 2020

As per news report of PTI, the reopening of the places of worship coincided with the Diwali 'Padwa', which is an important festival in the state. Early in the morning, devotees were seen visiting Lord Vitthal's temple at Pandharpur in Satara, Saibaba's shrine in Shirdi, Goddess Tulja Bhavani's temple in Osmanabad and the famous Siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai.

Source -PTI


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