New rules: Puri Jagannath won’t allow this type of pilgrims
Puri Jagannath is one of the most visited temple in the world which is situated on the eastern coast of India, at Puri in the state of Odisha. Well, the temple is the important destination of Hindu pilgrimage. The temple was built in the 12th century by the Ganga dynasty king Anantavarman Chodaganga.
Well, hold on their is bad news coming for the pilgrim who has a habit of chewing pan masala, tobacco, guthka. Well, following this matter, recently during Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) meeting the decision has been made. SJTA administrator said that if any pilgrim or the temple staff found chewing tobacco, guthka, pan masala will not allowed to enter the premises and a fine of Rs 500 will be imposed on them. This rule has been implemented from this August month.
As per the reports, soon SJTA will going to set up boards around the Jagannath Temple to spread awareness among the public regarding the updation of sanitation rules.