- 9th January is the birth anniversary of 10th Sikh Guru Gobind Singh
- Prakash Parv will be celebrated on the birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh
The Delhi government has given relaxation in the weekend curfew in view of the Sikh festival, Prakash Parv. Devotees will be able to visit the Gurudwara during the Prakash Parv to be celebrated on January 9. In the guidelines issued by the DDMA, it has been said that religious places could open now but devotees were not allowed to go there, but on January 9, the day of Prakash Parv, celebrated on the birth anniversary of the 10th Sikh Guru Gobind Singh. There will be a discount in this.
Devotees will be able to visit the Gurudwara on the occasion of Prakash Parv. However, during this time he will have to follow all the rules of Corona. An appeal has been made by the government that all the devotees going to the Gurudwara on Prakash Parv should wear masks, follow social distancing and all those guidelines which have been issued by the government.
Let us inform that in view of the increasing cases of corona virus in Delhi, weekend curfew has been imposed. This curfew will be in force from 10 am on Friday till 5 am on Monday.
During the weekend curfew, it is not allowed to leave the houses without essential work. If this rule is violated, then a fine of Rs 2000 will have to be paid. If you do the same mistake again, a case will be registered under the Epidemic Act and there may be a chance of going to jail.
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