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Pilgrims Throng Tirunallar Temple After Kerala Relaxes Covid-19 Lockdown Rules

As a precautionary measure, devotees were not allowed to take a bath in the legendary 'Nalan Kulam', the holy tank of the temple.. Image for representation | Credits: Reuters

As a precautionary measure, devotees were not allowed to take a bath in the legendary 'Nalan Kulam', the holy tank of the temple.. Image for representation | Credits: Reuters

Thousands of pilgrims from various places had queued up to have a darshan of Lord Saneeswara right from the morning..

With relaxation in lockdown rules in Puducherry and Tamil Nadu, the Lord Saneeswara temple at Tirunallarin the Union Territory witnessed a huge turnout of pilgrims on Saturday. Thousands of pilgrims from various places had queued up to have a darshan of Lord Saneeswara right from the morning.

The district administration, police and temple authorities had made arrangements to ensure that pilgrims were wearing masks. As a precautionary measure, devotees were not allowed to take a bath in the legendary 'Nalan Kulam', the holy tank of the temple.

Tirunallaris the only place in South India to have a separate sannadhi for Lord Saneeswara in a benign pose.

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first published:July 17, 2021, 20:47 IST