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Two gates of Vishwanath Dham will remain closed on the day of voting | Two gates of Vishwanath Dham will remain closed on the day of voting: Polling stations at Dhundhiraj Ganesh and Saraswati gate, decision taken from security point of view – Varanasi News

Two gates of Vishwanath Dham will remain closed on the day of voting | Two gates of Vishwanath Dham will remain closed on the day of voting: Polling stations at Dhundhiraj Ganesh and Saraswati gate, decision taken from security point of view – Varanasi News



Voting for the Lok Sabha elections will be held on June 1 in Varanasi. In such a situation, two polling stations of the city’s southern assembly constituency have also been set up at Dhundhiraj Ganesh and Saraswati Gate going to Shri Kashi Vishwanath Dhama. In view of this, the temple administration has set up polling stations at Dhundhiraj Ganesh Gate and Saraswati Gate going to Shri Kashi Vishwanath Dham.

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Decision taken for security reasons
Vishwanath Dham’s Executive Officer Vishwa Bhushan Mishra said that the great festival of democracy will be celebrated in Kashi on June 1 and people will strengthen democracy by voting. There is a polling booth at Vishwanath Dham’s gate number one Dhundhiraj Ganesh and gate number two Saraswati Gate. In such a situation, the temple administration has decided to prohibit entry into the Dham from these two gates on June 1. Both gates will remain closed for security reasons.

Darshan will be done from gate number 4, strict arrangements will be made in view of the crowd
He further said that devotees are continuously coming to Varanasi to worship Baba Vishwanath. A large number of devotees are expected to come on June 1 as well. In such a situation, darshan will be allowed from Ganga Dwar and Gate No. 4 on June 1. Special arrangements have been made for the convenience of devotees as darshan will be allowed from only two gates.

How many devotees are coming to Vishwanath Dham daily
If we go by the statistics of the temple administration, the number of visitors visiting the temple has increased in the last one year. On weekends, 4 to 5 lakh people visit the temple in a day, whereas on a normal day, 1 to 2 lakh people visit the temple.



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