Temples in Tamil Nadu Continue to Remain Closed

Places of worship like temples in Tamil Nadu remain shut

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Temples and other places of worship in Tamil Nadu remained shut for public. Wikimedia Commons

Temples and other places of worship in Tamil Nadu remained closed for public as the state government which had earlier extended the lockdown till June 30 did not provide any relaxation.

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The central government has allowed reopening of places of worship from June 8 onwards. Consequently, in several states and Union Territories places of worship were opened for the public.

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The central government has allowed reopening of temples and other places of worship from June 8 onwards buit they will remain shut in the state of Tamil Nadu. Pixabay

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In Puducherry, the temple for Lord Shani (Saturn) in Thirunallar, Manakulam Vinayagar temple was opened for the public on Monday while maintaining social distance. (IANS)

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