- Chemical water passage system to free foot infections
- Sanitizer sanitization, mask mandatory
- Access to one hundred people per hour
Safety Measures: Many security measures have been taken in the temple premises for the safety of the devotees. The kondas are specially constructed for pilgrims to walk in the water in three stages as they enter the temple. Upon entering the entrance, the slippers should walk in the water. Then the devotees leave the slippers on the stand and walk on the soapy water at another level (rubber-like sheets are placed on the bottom of the jar). This water is changed every hour. In addition to the social gap, only a hundred people are allowed to walk in these waters.
The sanitizer is then washed, washed hands, and left in the main entrance after thermal screening. Kulshakheer Chaitanya Das, public relations officer of ISKCON Temple, said that a mandatory mask should be added to it.
Showtime: The public is allowed to perform darshan on weekdays from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm. Weekends are allowed from 9.30am to 8pm.