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Jagannath Temple To Remain Out Of Bounds For Devotees!

New Delhi:14/4/21: In the wake of the Covid upsurge, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) today announced to close all the centrally-protected monuments, sites, and museum under it for visitors with immediate effect.

In order, the Archaeological Survey of India said due to the prevailing Covid situation, the centrally-protected monuments, sites, and museums will remain closed with immediate effect. The order will remain in force till May 15, 2021, or until further orders.

A total of 46 centrally-protected monuments and sites including Shree Jagannath Temple, Konark Sun Temple, and Lingaraj Temple exist in Odisha. The ASI takes care of conservation of these centrally-protected monuments and sites.

In order, the Archaeological Survey of India said due to the prevailing Covid situation, the centrally-protected monuments, sites, and museums will remain closed with immediate effect. The order will remain in force till May 15, 2021, or until further orders.

A total of 46 centrally-protected monuments and sites including Shree Jagannath Temple, Konark Sun Temple, and Lingaraj Temple exist in Odisha. The ASI takes care of conservation of these centrally-protected monuments and sites.

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