In view of heavy turnout of devotees at Lingaraj temple on the occasion of Maha Shivratri, the Commissionerate Police has clamped traffic restrictions and issued an advisory in this regard.
The restrictions have been clamped to ensure that the devotees and others do not face any problems and can have a smooth darshan at the temple and participate in the rituals here.
The vehicles (four and two wheelers) coming to Lingaraj Temple from Rath Road and Punarna gate side shall be diverted from Badheibanka square (Muna Medical store) towards BM High school ground for parking. No heavy vehicles shall be allowed to ply on Rath road from Mausima Square side.
Vehicles (four and two wheelers) coming to Lingaraj Temple from Kedar Gouri Temple and Sanitarium Chhak side may avail Koti tirtha lane via Kacherapindi Chhak and park their vehicles at vacant space at northern side of Ananta Basudev Temple and at rear side of Taranga club respectively. The three-wheeler owners may park their vehicles at available space near the rear side of Ananta Basudev Temple.
Vehicular movement through Koti Tirtha lane will be made one way for this purpose from Sidhi Mandap Lane side. The vehicles (four and two-wheelers) coming from Samanatrapur side will be allowed via Sri Ram Nagar only emerging at substation square where they will be diverted towards northern side of Ananta Basudev Temple and rear side of Taranga club for respective parking.
The three-wheelers may park their vehicles at available space near rear side of Ananta Basudev Temple.
The buses coming from Samantarapur side shall be parked inside BMC new market complex. The vehicles coming from Keuta Sahi side towards Lingaraj Temple shall be diverted from Kedar lane to BMC market complex/Ananta Basudev parking and other designated parking places via sub-station square.
The vehicles coming from Tara Sundari road towards Lingaraj Temple shall not be allowed up to Badheibanka Chhak and shall be diverted from Municipality Hospital to BM High school ground for parking.
PUBLIC NOTICE pic.twitter.com/zWkzFav9T8— COMMISSIONERATE POLICE (@cpbbsrctc) February 17, 2023