The worshiper is subject to the following occasions:
30 days after delivery or visiting a lying-in woman
24 hours after attending a funeral procession, graveside rituals and secondary burial
35 days after the death of parents, grandparents (mother’s side of the family), or parents-in-law
49 days after the death of grandparents, spouse, siblings, uncle or aunt (father’s side of the family)
The second day after the funeral of parents-in-law (wife’s parents), uncle or aunt (mother’s side of the family); aunt- or uncle-in-law, or grandparents-in-law (father’s side of the family for wife)
8 days after the death of the spouses of cousins (father’s side of the family), brother- or sister-in-law (sisters’ side of family), sworn brothers or sisters
With the above restrictions, the worshiper can clasp one’s palms for worship.
With the above restrictions, the worshiper (except one is in mourning for one’s parents) can take part in the birthday ceremony of gods provided one must stand in the left or right corridor.
Female worshipers should not worship or enter temples during menstruation.