COVID Updates: Revised Operating Guidelines
Our temple will remain closed for devotees starting 5th January 2022 until further notice. This has become necessary in view of the reported increase in staff and volunteers requiring the government prescribed isolations and in line with Provincial Guidelines for the safety of all devotees.
All pooja rituals will continue as per the temple schedule. Devotees can continue to book poojas online through the temple website and pay online, but prasadam will not be distributed to the devotees.
In addition, all scheduled outcall poojas, weddings, special poojas (like Choroon, Sradham etc) are also temporarily suspended.
We sincerely regret any inconvenience caused due to this closure. We pray that Lord Guruvayurappan protect all devotees in good health and allow us to reopen the temple to all devotees as soon as possible.
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