Gujarat Navratri Utsav 2020

 Gujarat Navratri Utsav 2020


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.

If such ceremonies are held in halls, hotels, banquet halls, auditoriums, wedding halls of caste societies, town halls or other closed venues, they may be held within the limits of 50 per cent or a maximum of 200 persons.

Up to 100 people can take part in a celebration like a wedding reception.

Posthumous funeral - The ritual will have a maximum of 100 people.

While Gujaratis are eagerly awaiting approval for their biggest festival Navratri or not, the Vijay Rupani government of Gujarat has taken a big decision regarding the planning of Navratri.

As per the decision taken by the Rupani government, public planning of Garba will not be possible at any place in the state during Navratri. Not only party plots but also street riots can be organized. During Navratri, Garbi / Murti can be installed and worshiped in an open space in public, but photos or idols cannot be touched and prasad cannot be distributed. This will require the approval of the local administration. In addition, no more than 20 persons will be able to gather and the time for the installation of Garbi and idols and the program of Pooja-Aarti will be only one hour. In addition, the SOP declared by the state government must be complied with.

Last week, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said the Rupani government was considering allowing street garba during Navratri. Nitin Patel's statement was reassuring for Garba fans and people thought that Garba could be played not only in party plots, but also in societies or at home but now the government has decided not to allow any kind of Garba.

Ban on religious festivals, exemption from election campaign!

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Due to the transition of Koro, the government is unilaterally banning the planning of religious festivals like Navratri, Dussehra, Durga Puja and Diwali and guidelines are being issued for the same. But during these festivals, by-elections are going to be held in 8 assembly seats in the state. Filling the subscription form is starting from today. Meanwhile, the Congress and the BJP will field their star campaigners. There is a discussion among the general public that the government should issue such guidelines for the election campaign if the celebration of religious festivals can be banned because of Corona.


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