Rules in the temple
A Hindu temple is a sacred place. The temple was consecrated through elaborate rituals and ceremonies and the statues, which represent the deities, were given divine power. According to Hindu belief, the temple is now filled with divine energy. Nothing that could defile and desecrate the place may be used in the vicinity or in the temple. The following important rules must therefore be observed:
Personal hygiene before visiting the temple is a matter of course.
On the day of the temple visit, the consumption of meat, fish and alcohol should be avoided.
Animals are not allowed.
Shoes must be taken off.
The shrines of the gods may not be entered.
Photography and video recordings are prohibited during the puja or only allowed with special permission from the association.
For religious reasons, women are not allowed to enter the temple during their period.