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Watch: Portals of Kedarnath Mandir open in Uttarakhand, strict Covid-19 protocols followed

Portals of Kedarnath Dham opened on May 17, after the winter break.

Covid facilities, food, donations: Temples rise up to help the nation again as second wave hits

The Covid-19 care centre of the Swaminarayan temple is equipped with 500 beds, oxygen facilities like liquid oxygen tanks and piped oxygen lines, ICU beds and ventilators.

Amidst religious festivals, celebrations at Ayodhya and other places to be symbolic as coronavirus plays spoiler

Due to the surging coronavirus cases in the country, several temples have announced they will have muted celebrations this year

When ‘comedians’ double up as doctors and believe ‘Bhakts’ deserve the misery as Chinese coronavirus rages

You will never see them questioning how many mosques have opened up their gates as medical facilities. Because, everyone likes to keep their heads.

Karimganj, Assam: Narsimha temple robbed, gold ornaments and cash looted, priest and family tied and beaten up

A temple of Narsimha was attacked at Baliya in Karimganj, Assam by dacoits on Sunday. The priest was beaten up.

Temple cleaning drive: A nationwide initiative of Kapil Mishra’s Hindu Ecosystem

Kapil Mishra said that the members of Hindu Ecosystem will go to a temple every month and provide 'seva' in form of cleaning, maintenance or whatever services temple administration required.

Pakistan: 100-year-old Hindu temple attacked in Rawalpindi, where only recently, temple bells had been sounded after 74 long years

On March 27, an over 100-year-old Hindu temple was attacked in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, by a group of unidentified people.

Here are the two incidents in past 7 years when the Dasna Devi Temple was robbed by miscreants: Read details

Head Priest (Mahant) Yati Narasinhanand Saraswati recently said that Dasna Devi Temple had been robbed 4 times

Odisha government to sell 35,000 acres of land owned by Lord Jagannath Temple, encroachers asked to pay

Odisha government to sell 35,000 acres of land owned by Shri Jagannath Temple, Puri.

Drinking water a ruse for theft and harassing Hindu women: Temple pandit on thrashing of Asif, reveals why ‘no entry’ board was put up

The Temple Pandit in Ghaziabad said that Asif was being wrongfully depicted as an innocent boy, reveals why 'no entry' board was put up.

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