Devotees may do online darshan of important pilgrimage sites or temples at their convenience and from any location. On Saturday, a novel service, Temple 360, was inaugurated by the Union culture ministry. On the website, visitors will see live video feeds from temples all around India.
The Minister for State for Culture, Meenakshi Lekhi, unveiled the website ‘Temple 360’ during an event hosted by her Ministry in New Delhi under the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav banner, an annual Hindu temples festival. At the moment, visitors to the web may watch live streaming of rituals from four major temples: Somnath (Gujarat), Kashi Vishwanath (Uttar Pradesh), Trimbakeshwar, and Ghrishneshwar to the best.
Following the official inauguration of the website, the minister wished everyone a good New Year’s Eve. Ms. Lekhi said that during Corona, people were unable to attend temples for various reasons. She explained that the Temple 360 is a digital platform that allows anybody to view or perform darshan of the 12 Jyotirlingas and Char Dham, regardless of their geographical location. She said that individuals might see and participate in e-Darshan, e-Prashad, and e-Aarti using this platform, which makes everyone’s life easier while also keeping them linked.
Temple 360 is a website that allows visitors to visit a temple of their choosing and from any location in India. It is possible to view the splendor of some of the most religious Hindu pilgrimages that exist on the internet with the assistance of this website. A devotee may also do e-aarti and use a variety of additional services via the website.
Temple 360 Live Date
Puri (Odisha), Rameshwaram (Andhra Pradesh), Dwarka (Gujarat), Badrinath (Uttarakhand), Dwarka (Gujarat), Badrinath (Uttarakhand), and Rameshwaram (Andhra Pradesh) are the four Dhams that will be live-streamed (TN).
The platform was presented on Saturday evening by Meenakshi Lekhi, the minister of state for culture and information technology. Under the auspices of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, Temple 360 is a gift from the ministry to the community.
“Via this website, we wish to provide you with the experience of immersive spiritual journeys and temple darshans 24 hours a day, seven days a week, through live video feeds from temples around India,” the ministry said.
The ministry will also expand the number of options available on the site, including the addition of ‘e-services,’ which will allow users to pay for services online.
Temple 360 Features
At the IGNCA Ampitheatre, Indira Gandhi National Centre of Arts, New Delhi, under the auspices of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, Meenakshi Lekhi unveiled Temple 360, a website in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture. Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi. Smt. J. became the first person to launch the website officially.
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|00:25:00||17:00:00||17:25:00||Entry to Amphitheatre|
|00:05:00||17:25:00||17:30:00||The emcee welcomes guests set the context for the evening, and cues in the Violin act (Arpan Bose)|
|00:30:00||17:30:00||18:00:00||Bhajan by Farid Hasan’s (Bandish Bandits Fame)|
|00:30:00||18:00:00||18:30:00||Sattriya Nritya – Anusuya Goswami (Reception of MOS)|
|00:05:00||18:30:00||18:35:00||MOS – Opening Remarks|
|00:10:00||18:35:00||18:45:00||AV Temple 360 and launch by Hon’ble MOS Culture & External Affairs – Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi|
|00:05:00||18:55:00||19:00:00||Emcee cues in the Bhajan Sandhya – Hansraj Raghuvanshi|
|00:30:00||19:00:00||19:30:00||Bhajan Sandhya – Hansraj Raghuvanshi|
Smt Meenakshi Lekhi wished everyone a good new year after announcing the website’s launch. At the temple launch, she addressed the crowd, saying, “Today we launched Temple 350, and I’m thrilled to see the young generation here dancing to Raghuvanshi Ji’s songs, which demonstrates the power of India. She went on to say, “When the young generation here is dancing to Raghuvanshi Ji’s songs, and that shows the power of India.”, she concluded.
There are many reasons people cannot visit temples during Corona, and Temple 360 is a digital platform that allows anybody to view or perform darshan of the 12 Jyotirlingas and the Char Dham,” she said.
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