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Government guidelines on Navratri, Dussehra, Durga Puja and Diwali celebrations

Government guidelines on Navratri, Dussehra, Durga Puja and Diwali celebrations

Government guidelines on Navratri, Dussehra, Durga Puja and Diwali celebrations

Navratri will be celebrated with new rules :The Union Ministry of Health has issued new guidelines for precautionary measures during the festive season in view of the Koro epidemic. Under the new guideline, only recorded songs can be played in Garba and religious ceremonies cannot be touched.
Under the new guidelines, no festive events of any kind can be organized within the containment zone. At the same time, special instructions have been given for worship, rallies, performances, cultural programs.
Navratri-Diwali will be celebrated with new rules
According to the guidelines, full planning has to be done for religious programs. Crowding and social distance have to be taken care of. In community kitchens, anchors have to follow the rules of social distance.

People who run community kitchens have to take full care of cleanliness. Care must be taken in everything from cleaning the venue to taking off one’s shoes. This will be the responsibility of the organizers.

Garba cannot be held in the containment zone
No Garba or Pooja-Path program or any cultural program can be organized in the containment zone. Organizers, staff or others will not be allowed to leave the containment zone. People will be able to celebrate the festival at home.
The government has issued guidelines for the celebration of Navratri festivals including Garba, Dussehra, Besata Varsh, keeping in view the state of Koro transition, which will be implemented from October 16.
Government Guidelines
No Garba can be held in public in the state during Navratri.
This means that no type of garba, including public or street garba, can be organized in the state.
During Navratri, Garbi / Murti can be set up in public and Puja-Aarti can be done in public, but photos or idols cannot be touched or prasad cannot be distributed.
This will require the approval of the local administration.
No more than 200 people will be able to gather and the duration of the event will be one hour. All SOPs must be complied with.
In areas other than the content zone, social, educational, sports, recreational, cultural activities, religious ceremonies will also be allowed subject to certain conditions.
Physical distance with a distance of six feet and floor marking for that.
The face must be properly covered at all times throughout the ceremony.
Oxy meter facility with thermal scanner, sanitizer as well as stage, mic, chair should be sanitized periodically.
Handwashing, sanitizer facilities will all be mandatory.
There will be a complete ban on spitting during the ceremony as well as consumption of pan-masala, gutkha.
Adults above 65 years of age, children below 10 years of age, pregnant mothers as well as persons
suffering from other ailments should not participate in such ceremonies.
Up to 100 people will be able to take part in celebrations such as weddings and receptions.
Posthumous funeral - The ritual will have a maximum of 100 people.

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