Nepal's Krishna Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, keeps Janmasthmi celebrations minimal

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Published on August 11, 2020 - Duration: 01:01s

Nepal's Krishna Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, keeps Janmasthmi celebrations minimal

Nepal's Krishna Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, wore a deserted look on Krishna Janmashtami due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Krishna Temple in Patan Durbar Square of Nepal's Lalitpur witnessed fewer devotees on this auspicious occasion.

Few devotees came to temple and worshipped Lord Krishna from outside the pious place on August 11.

The annual Krishna Janmashtami festival commemorates the birth of Lord Krishna, who is considered the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu.

Nepal government has advised people against public gatherings so as to avoid the risk of coronavirus infection.


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