The work of Indian temple management generally continues throughout the day that even does not cease at night. The duties that the temple management is involved with is ever-demanding, negligence of which can lead to disastrous circumstances. Some of the daily works that temple managements in India perform include: keeping the surrounding clean and healthy, proper sanitation, controlling of vandalism or other nuisance against proper ethics, maintaining decorum and silence within the sanctum sanctorum, appropriate handling of prayers and post-prayer sessions, distribution of prasad, proper security arrangements day and night and above all, securing sealing funds and monetary affairs. The last clause demands special attention, a sensitive constituent of successful channelizing of the temple towards popularity and admiration.
Temple managements in India differ in their enormity and magnificence, depending upon the colossal element and amount of devotees being dealt with everyday. Whatever thrives to be the size and its after-effects, temple officials always maintain an unbiased attitude towards each happening, contrary to which adverse happenings lead to destruction. Some temple managements keep their devotees on the first step of comfort and relaxation, due to which vehicles are available to and from the temple to the nearest popular destination. Restrooms and waiting rooms also come into this very category of comfort. Some of the much-discussed and legendary temple managements in India, that have set an example include: ISKCON, Shri Digamber Jain Atishay Kshetra Management Committee, Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, Bodhgaya Temple Management Committee, Badrinath Kedarnath Temple Committee, Siddhivinayak Temple Committee, Shri Jagannath Temple Managing Committee, Bodh Gaya Temple Management Committee, Kalighat Temple Committee, Konark Temple Committee and Sikh Temple Committee.
(Last Updated on : 03-12-2013)