Taking the case suo motu, the High Court said the authorities concerned must ensure the food division of Sabarimala complies with the norms of the Food Safety Department.
The efforts of the officials to sieve and count the coins were found to be impractical.
The season, which saw the lifting of Covid restrictions, has registered a record revenue of Rs 310.40 crore as on January 12.
Amal (28), who had suffered over 20 per cent burn injuries is still undergoing treatment at the medical college hospital.
The incident occurred while the guard was regulating the huge rush of devotees at the shrine on January 14 after Lord Ayyappa was adorned with the holy jewels, 'Thiruvabharanam'.
In Kayamkulam, an LC member is accused of threatening a cop while a devaswom union member was seen shoving devotees at Sabarimala.
'Thiruvabharana ghoshayathra', the procession carrying sacred jewellery to Lord Ayyappa temple had reached the shrine after 6 pm.
The actor was also there to accept the facilitations of the Thiruvathamkur Devaswam Board.
In the photo, Vignesh, who is dressed in khavi mundu and a black shirt, can be seen looking at a board which points to Erumeli.
The 'Makaravilakku' ritual at Sabarimala temple would be held on January 14. The shrine would be closed on January 20, marking the end of the pilgrimage season.