Arrangements reviewed for pilgrims coming on foot to Srisailam temple
As tons of of devotees have began arriving at Srisailam for collaborating within the Ugadi Utsavams from April 10 to 14 on the Bhramarambha Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam, temple authorities on Monday inspected numerous stretches on the route taken by pilgrims coming on foot.
Temple Executive Officer Karanam S. Rama Rao, together with Medical Officer Somasekhar and engineering workers visited Venkatapuram, Damarlakunta, Mathambavi, Bheemunikolanu, and Kailasha Dwaram, the standard route taken by devotees. A non-governmental organisation has already begun free distribution of meals to the devotees taking this path to attain the Naguleti Temple.
The EO mentioned that the temple administration would prolong assist by distributing free meals, water sachets, and by organising medical camps.
A few days in the past, a devotee from Karnataka died on the best way to the temple due to respiration drawback. The Srisailam police had instantly rushed to the spot and carried him on a stretcher to Srisailam, however he died at Kailasha Dwaram.
In view this incident, the temple proposes to enhance the medical amenities and make sure that COVID-appropriate behaviour is adhered to by the devotees.