Covid-19 pandemic has seriously affected different parts of the general public and sanctuary clerics in Tamil Nadu are among the most influenced. The circumstance in sanctuaries is desperate to such an extent that few sanctuary specialists even mentioned the legislature to defer off the power bill refering to low income because of the lockdown.
Despite the fact that the administration had declared money backing of 1,000 rupees, it is apparently limited to pujaris who are enlisted under the town sanctuary pujaris government assistance leading group of the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department (HR and CE).
The minister over the state are doing the day by day customs in the first part of the day and night according to agamas with no aficionados. In Madurai, just because, the most well known – Chithirai Thiruvizha, a month-long celebration was acted in a moderate way. Occasions like banner lifting service, crowning ceremony, and vehicle celebration were dropped. The divine wedding of Lord Sundareswarar and Meenakshi Amman – the sanctuaries’ directing god, was performed with only four ministers on May 4. It was live-gushed for the enthusiasts on the sanctuary’s site.
Near lakh lovers from the close to locale and towns used to run the sanctuary during this opportunity to participate in the social party yet because of the lockdown limitations, the sanctuary kept up a relaxed profile. This additionally significantly affected the employment of the sanctuary clerics.