Live Darshan From Hindu Temples In India During Coronavirus

Temple in IndiaSeveral Hindu Temples in India are offering daily live darshan and avoid travelling during coronavirus and have darshan from home. Majority of the temples have live webcasting during the arati period and important puja periods. Here is a list of temples and links to the live darshan. Notices are also given for darshan with Mother Meera in Germany, and a notice from the Mata Amritanandamayi Math is also given.

Siddhivinayak Mandir Mumbai
– You can view the live darshan from this famous Ganesh temple here.

Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi
– You can view the live darshan here.

Ujjain Mahakaleshwar Temple
– You can view the live darshan here

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple
– You can view the live darshan of Samadhi Mandir here.

Unjha Umiya Temple
– Goddess Umiya in Gujarat – You can view the live darshan here.

Tulja Bhavani Temple
– Live Darshan from Tula Bhavani Mandir can be found here.

Somnath Temple
– You can view the live darshan here.

Jagannath Mandir, Ahmedabad
– You can view the live darshan here.

Kolhapur Mahalaxmi Temple
– You can have live darshan here.

Jyotiba Kolhapur
– You can live darshan of Jyotiba here

Baba Baidyanath Temple, Deoghar
– You can view the live darshan here

Sarangpur Hanuman Temple
– Live Darshan Here

Pune Dagdusheth Ganpati
– Live Darshan Here

Mother Meera:

This is Mother’s message for the current situation:

“Don’t be afraid, stay calm and pray!”

Due to the current situation around the Corona Virus, we had to cancel many Darshans. Instead, Mother Meera is holding meditations on Livestream to which you are cordially invited. Their motto is: Meditation with Mother – wherever you are

The Livestreams will take place every day at 7:00 p.m Central European Time starting Friday, March 13th.

Mother Meera Darshan, Germany
– Live Darshan here

Ammachi’s Amritapuri Ashram

Important Notice
We are sorry to inform you that due to the extremely heightened restrictions specified to the Mata Amritanandamayi Math as preventative measures by the Health Department — including mandatory quarantines, daily health checks, and other protocols — currently, the Ashram cannot allow anyone to enter Amritapuri Ashram. This includes Indian nationals as well as foreign-passport-holders (including OCI-holders). This includes both day visits and overnight stays. This policy is irrespective of any amount of time the individual may have been within the nation of India.

With prayers and grace, this situation will change. Until then, please feel free to check for updates at Mata Amritanandamayi Math Online


Amritapuri Math
Amritapuri Math


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