Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple Mandala Pooja And Makaravilakku Darshan Online Ticket Booking Starts A limited number of devotees Makara Jyothi darshan at Sabarimala will be allowed to enter the Sabarimala Ayyappaswamy Temple in the wake of the corona virus epidemic. It is learned that the mandala pujas will start from November 16.
A limited number of devotees will be allowed to visit the Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple from the 16th of this month as mandal pujas will begin. The Kerala Chief Minister has announced that only 1,000 devotees a day will be allowed to see the Swami on the Corona theme. Devotees coming for the darshan have to book tickets online in advance. The process started on Sunday. Tickets for the month of December and January were almost sold out shortly after bookings began. Currently there are only a few tickets left for November 16-29, December 1, 2, 12, January 12, 16,17,18,19.
Devotees must first register at sabarimalaonline.org based on their email ID and phone number. Identity card and photo are mandatory during the registration process. Tickets will be displayed if you click on the date on which you want to visit after it is completed. Tickets for the show can be booked in seven slots between 5am and 7pm.
Although only 1,000 people are allowed per day during normal times, a maximum of 5,000 devotees are allowed during the holidays and Capricorn. According to the rules of covid-19, a limited number of devotees are allowed to enter the mandala and Makaravilakku season. The Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple, which opens on November 16 with mandala pujas, is open for two months till January 20, except for two days in the middle.
Devotees who come for darshan must undergo the Kovid-19 test 24 hours in advance and only those with a negative certificate are allowed. Moreover, the same is true for those who perform duties at the temple. If, however, devotees from other states are diagnosed with corona positive, all facilities will be provided for their treatment, the CM said. He said that if they want to go to their own states, they will make suitable arrangements.