March 2021 Update — Kauai’s Hindu Monastery is required to follow COVID-19 related restrictions issued by the State of Hawaii and the County of Kauai that apply to all places of worship. These restrictions are independent of travel policies for Hawaii. These restrictions on places of worship require those inside a place of worship to wear a mask when within six feet of those of another household and in general maintain social distancing of six feet of physical separation.
Kadavul Temple’s 9 AM Siva puja has been open to SSC members and active HA students living on the island for some time. Two more categories of those that can attend have now been added. The first is island residents who are not SSC members or active HA students. They are allowed to attend a maximum of once every two weeks. The second category is visitors from off island following an approval process. Observing these restriction, Kadavul temple is open, but with limited capacity (of 14 persons) and a reservation is required. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to make your reservation. Note that the monastery grounds are still closed although guest may explore the area from the entrance up to the gate by the banyan mandapam during visiting hours.
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