J&K L-G launches home delivery of Vaishno Devi prasad | India News

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JAMMU: Jammu & Kashmir lieutenant-governor Manoj Sinha, who is the chairman of Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, formally launched home delivery of prasad at the Raj Bhavan here on Monday.
Devotees can get prasad home delivered by booking on Vaishno Devi Shrine Board’s website. “Once the booking is done, the board ensures that pooja is performed within 72 hours and prasad is dispatched through speed post. So far, around 1,500 packets of prasad have been dispatched to the devotees across the country,” the lieutenant-governor was informed at the meeting.
The temple had opened for devotees from August 16 after it remained closed during the lockdown.
Sinha directed the shrine board CEO Ramesh Kumar to explore various online facilities for devotees, like performing puja, havan, and other rituals through online mode during the prevailing situation.

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