Changes will be made in the Bhasma Aarti system of Mahakal temple, feedback will be taken from the devotees

Ujjain News: The rules are changed from time to time for the convenience of devotees in the Mahakal temple. Seeing more and less crowd, there are many changes in the darshan system. Now once again keeping in view the convenience of the devotees, the Mahakal Temple Committee is going to do a new experiment. This will also stop the black marketing of Bhasma Aarti with permission and devotees will be able to have a good darshan.

A new system will be started in a day or two, due to which the devotees who participated in the Bhasma Aarti will get calls or messages. In which 5 questions will be asked that how did they like the experience during Bhasma Aarti. Along with this, questions like who made the permission for Aarti and how much money was taken will also be asked.

Devotees from all over the country reach Ujjain to participate in the Bhasma Aarti that takes place every morning at the Mahakaleshwar temple. The incident of cheating is carried out with the devotees who come to participate in this unique Aarti. Keeping this in view, the committee has decided to make a new system. Temple administrator Sandeep Soni says that the committee has decided that soon the devotees coming to Bhasmarti will be called from the call center and feedback will be taken. Along with calling, messages will also be sent in which answers to 5 questions will be asked from the devotees.

Black marketing will be banned

Devotees throng the Mahakal temple in large numbers to attend the Bhasma Aarti. Only about 1600 devotees are allowed to perform Aarti, in such a situation many people get cheated. Many devotees have lodged complaints about this in the Mahakal police station, considering this the committee has taken this decision. The committee has told that all the information will be collected from the devotees whose number will be entered while taking the permission so that the system of the temple can be improved.

These questions will be asked

How was the experience of the devotees who participated in it after the Bhasmarti was over, who got the permission for Bhasmarti, how much money was taken for the permission, whether there was any kind of inconvenience, whether more money was demanded, such questions are to be asked. Huh.

this is how it is now

At present, permission for Bhasma Aarti is available both offline and online. For offline, devotees have to take permission by reaching the ticket window, which is free. On the other hand, for online permission, permission can be given by visiting the website, for which it costs Rs 200. Apart from this, permission is also given to devotees in the protocol, in which separate quota has been kept for officers, ministers, MLAs, politicians, MPs and media.

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