If you observe any temple of Shani Maharaj, especially tomorrow ie Saturday, you will see a big crowd. Almost everyone washes their feet religiously before entering the temple. They take extra care to turn around and get the heel and back of the ankle wet. Children and new youngsters may not do it. But all regular visitors do it. This practice is also carried out in all major temples. The very busy temples have the slipper corner followed by a place to wash hand and feet. As we climb the first few steps, many temples have piped water slowly flowing like a stream so that all get a chance to wash their feet. SImilar to morning washroom activities or coming back home from the office, I've always been taught to wash the feet and back of ankle and heel properly. This gets rid of all the ''ímpurities', In some communities apart from washing, you have to enter keeping your left foot forward and exit the toilet with the right foot first. If people do not beleive in these rituals, at least they can do it to keep their feet clean.