The Sri Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) on Thursday filed an FIR against Amazon India at Simhadwar police station for unauthorised sale of Nirmalya Mahaprasad on its shopping portal.
On Thursday, the district administration had clamped Section 144 around the temple and on Badadanda for the event.
Collector Balwant Singh said any person trying to enter the temple impersonating as a servitor during the conduct of the ritual would be prosecuted.
Chief administrator of the shrine Dr Krishan Kumar said that an annual budget of Rs 154 crore was passed by the temple body at a meeting chaired by Puri king Gajapati Dibyasingh Deb on Tuesday.
Prof Sanjay Satpathy of Ravenshaw University has offered the wood of the auspicious Neem tree having the images of conch, wheel, mace and lotus.
A report detailing the works to be carried out would be submitted to the temple managing committee. After obtaining approval of the temple body, the work would begin, Das told mediapersons.
Four-inch thick teak wood would be used for reconstruction of the door while silver plating design is to be finalised in the next meeting scheduled on November 9.
Usually every year, all the idols of Goshani and Chandi across the town converge in front of Simhadwar of Sri Jagannath temple for darshan of devotees.
The temple administration agreed to his proposal and sent the traditional designs of ornaments used by the deities to him.
The proposal of a Sri Jagannath temple managing committee to arrange online darshan of the Trinity for devotees was met with stiff opposition from the servitors on Friday.
The temple body would deliberate on the matter and submit its report to the State Government for final approval.
Nijogs unanimous in opinion against reopening of the shrine anytime soon
Servitors of Pratihari, Pujapanda, Suar Mahasuar and Khuntia nijogs participate in discussions
A section of servitors against reopening of the shrine in view of surging cases in Puri and rising infection rate among the priests
Servitors complain that these facilities lack competent doctors and other emergency equipment like ICU and ventilators.