Delhiites offer prayers on first day of Navratri under Covid 19 shadow

  • | Saturday | 17th October, 2020

New Delhi: As the nine-day Navratri festival began on Saturday, devotees offered prayers at various temples of the city in strict adherence to social distancing norms and wearing face masks amid the coronavirus pandemic outbreak. People were seen offering prayers at Jhandewalan Temple and Kalkaji Temple on the first day of Navratri. However, some temple in east Delhi saw low footfall of devotees due to the coronavirus scare. Monu Pandit, a priest at Shani Mandir in east Delhi's Dilshad Garden, said the first and last day during Navratri are very important. The first and last day of the festival (Navratri) are very important.

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