With the daily count of coronavirus cases across India climbing again, there are several travel restrictions in place and many people are finding it tough to comply with too many regulations. Also, the fear that they could contact COVID-19  and be forced into a quarantine facility far away from home seems a deterring prospect to many who are otherwise eager to go and perform pooja and darshan in person at holy temple sites.



We bring you here the online darshan and Pooja aarti (prayer) links and details of 5 popular temples that you can click on to either enjoy a live darshan or book a pooja online.

સોમનાથ મંદિર લાઇવ દર્શન : Click Here

દવારકાધીશ મંદિર LIVE દર્શન : Click Here

સાળંગપુર કષ્ટભંજન દેવ LIVE દર્શન : Click Here

ડાકોર મંદિર લાઇવ દર્શન :Click Here

શીરડી સાંઈબાબા મંદિર લાઈવ દર્શન : Click Here

જલારામ-વીરપુર મંદિર લાઇવ દર્શન :Click Here

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અંબાજી મંદિર લાઈવ દર્શન :Click Here

pooja and darshan in person at holy temple sites.We bring you here the online darshan and Pooja aarti (prayer) links and details of 5 popular temples that you can click on to either enjoy a live darshan or book a pooja online.

 The Dwarka temple in Devbhumi Dwarka district dating back to the 16th century made history with devotees when it allowed live darshan of Lord Krishna online in April 2020.
This was an unprecedented measure for the ancient temple in the aftermath of Covid-19 pandemic when the temple remained closed for months and followers insisted the temple facilitate online darshan in times of crisis.

“The Dwarkadeesh darshan went digital in Covid, something that has never happened in the temple’s history. There was a flood of requests from devotees from all over India and abroad,” said collector Narendra Meena, a committee member of Shree Dwarkadhish Temple trust.
The revered Ambaji Temple, one of the 52 Shakti Peeths , too made a departure from tradition as the darshan of Mataji was broadcast live during the Bhadarvi poonam week-long festivities.
“Nearly 35 lakh devotees had visited Ambaji temple last year during Bhadarvi poonam. Even as the temple was closed to the public due to Covid, over 27 lakh devotees from across the world offered prayers to Ma Amba online,” said SJ Chavda of Shri Arasuri Ambaji Mata Devasthan Trust (SAAMDT).
Chavda said that while online darshan has been suspended currently as the temple is open to people now, deliberations are on to go online again during Navratri which sees a flood of devotees.
The Bahucharaji temple in Mehsana too went online in April as the pandemic forced the temple to shut its doors on the devotees. Currently, as the temple is open, online darshan has been suspended.
Two temples Dakor and Somnath that had started online darshan some years back say going digital helped them in a big way in maintaining the divine connection between the Lord and devotees.
“An average 50,000 devotees perform online darshan daily against 1,500 people who offer prayers at the temple premises,” said Ravindra Upadhyay, assistant manager of the Dakor Ranchhodrai Temple.
The Somnath Temple witnessed over 15 crore clicks for online darshan during the holy month of Shravan. The temples had hosted 28 lakh devotees last shravan at the temple but this number was very low due to travel constraints and social distancing norms imposed during Covid.

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