TN temple dedicates ‘Corona Devi’ idol to protect people from pandemic

Coimbatore (TN), May 21 (ANI): In a bizarre incident, ‘Corona Devi’ idol has been consecrated in a temple situated in the outskirts of Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore. The move came at the time when the second wave of coronavirus has ravaged the whole country. The temple has been set up in Kamatchipuram village. The idol of ‘Corona Devi’ is 1.5-ft-tall and is made up of granite. The special ‘puja’ was performed to get rid of the coronavirus at the temple and the authorities have decided to perform the ceremony for 48 days continuously. However, this special temple won’t be open to the public due to lockdown restrictions.

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