Festive Guideline Announced Total Ben on Navratri Garba
With the festive season now ushering in the Corona era, everyone is eager to learn what the government will do with the celebration of the festival during this epidemic. The state Announced government has issued guidelines in this regard.
Garba planning for Navratri has been talked about so far that Garba can be organized with a limit of 200 people, but now the state government has not allowed Garba planning for Navratri. However, the government has given an hour for Pooja Aarti. Idols can be worshiped by worshiping them.
The government gave one hour for the puja aarti
Idols can be worshiped by worshiping them.
The Government of Gujarat has issued guidelines regarding the celebration of Navratri Garba - Dussehra - Diwali - New Year Snehilan Sharad Poonam. It may be mentioned that the state government has issued guidelines to commemorate the current corona infection situation in the state as well as upcoming festivals in the context of public health welfare.
In the context of public health welfare, the state government has issued guidelines for the celebration of upcoming festivals.
These guidelines and decisions of the state government are to be implemented from October 16, 2020. According to the new guidelines of the government, no public garba can be held in the state during Navratri. However, the government has made concessions on the establishment of Mataji's Mandvi. At the same time, it is stated that during Navaratri, the garbi / idol can be installed and worshiped publicly in an open space, but photos or idols may not be touched or offerings are distributed.
- These guidelines and decisions of the state government are to be implemented from October 15, 2020.
- This will new require the approval of the local administration
- No more and than 500 people will be able to gather and the duration of the event will be one hour
It should be noted that all these SOPs must be complied with. It may be mentioned that social, educational games, entertainment, cultural activities, planning of religious ceremonies in areas other than the content area will also be permitted subject to certain conditions.
- The face must be properly covered at and all times throughout the ceremony
- Thermal scanner, sanitizer as well as stage, mic, chair and oxy meter facility should be cleaned periodically.
- Handwashing, sanitizer facilities will all be mandatory
- There will be a complete ban on spitting along with the use of Pan-Masala gutkha during the ceremony.
On the other hand, it is necessary that adult citizens above the age of 6, children under 10, pregnant mothers and persons suffering from other diseases do not participate in such ceremonies. If such ceremonies are held in halls, hotels, banquet halls, auditoriums, marriage halls, town halls or other closed places of caste societies, 50 percent of the capacity of such place or maximum 200 persons may be held.
In addition, apart from the content area, plans for social, educational sports, entertainment, cultural activities, religious ceremonies will also be subject to certain conditions. It is important to maintain a physical distance of 6 feet to follow social distance throughout the program. For which essentially floor marking has to be done. At the same time, it is mandatory to use an accurate and consistent mask throughout the program. In addition, an oximeter should be provided with a thermal, sanitizer. Also the stage, Mike, chairs have to be cleaned periodically. All these cases will be compulsorily applied. Also, the use of pan masala gutkha has been completely banned during public ceremonies and ceremonies as well.
- Over 100 people will be able to attend ceremonies such as weddings and receptions
- There will be a limit of 100 people in the last ritual - ritual after death.
Festivals like Durga Puja, Dussehra, Diwali, New Year Snehilan, Bhai Beej Sharadpurnima are advised to be done at home with family members.
There will be a limit of 100 people in the last ritual - ritual after death.
Public celebration of upcoming festivals requires prior approval of local administration
In large events like fairs, rallies, exhibitions, Ravana Dahan, Ramlila, Shobhayatra where large number of people gather, they will be banned.
In case of new violation of these instructions, legal action will be taken against the concerned venue administrator-organizer
Necessary arrangements will also have to be made to make medical facilities available immediately during all programs.
Navratri is a confluence of devotion to God and modernity. Garba and Raas are formed for nine days in this Navaratri in the coming month. Apart from this, religious rituals like Ramlila, Ramayana, Bhagwat Path are performed. And this is the reason that everyone appears filled with a new zeal and enthusiasm during Navratri. People join with enthusiasm in Navratri. It has now been finalized that the Navratri Garba will not be held in Corona this year.