The tradition breaks at the beginning of the new year. Two women entered Kerala’s famous Shabrimala temple, who are menstruating, who are in their 40’s. Today, on Wednesday morning, after wearing black clothes, after entering the temple with the help of the police, the two women went to rest after praying. After that, the temple was turned into ‘unclean’. After the wash, ‘temple of purity’ is brought back and the temple is opened again.
Chief Minister of Kerala Pinarayi confirmed the event. Told the media, “Today two women entered the shrine temple. There are clear instructions given to the police, that all the women who want to go to the temple should be given all kinds of protection. “Shabirimala temple Hindu god Yeppara habitation. Yepher’s male fans claim that the two women tried to enter the temple but did not have the philosophy of God.
On the directives of the Kerala High Court, since 1991, women from 10 to 50 years of age are prohibited from entering the shririmala temple. Public interest litigation was filed in the Supreme Court protesting against this practice and gender discrimination. In September last year, the Supreme Court ruled that discrimination between men and women can not be discriminated against. Despite the verdict, in the last four months, a menstruating woman could not enter the shrine temple. It was impossible that Wednesday morning During the four passes of the long pass, forty-two-year-old women, dots and Kang Durga entered the temple. In the television video, two women entered the temple with the help of police covering the body in black cloth.
Point 44. He is a CPI (ML) supporter and activist. Kanoor Durga Age 42 He is an employee of the Civil Supply Department of Tamil Nadu. In the last week of December, he came to Kerala with the intention of Ayappa philosophy.
On the very day before, on Tuesday, hundreds of millions of women are engaged in human chain against gender equality at the initiative of the ruling Left Front. Millions of people from the north to south of the state are 620 kilometres long peacefully joining this human chain. Entrepreneurs claimed that around 2.5 million women gathered in this protest. The call of the human chain was called by the State Swansebak Sangha. They demand that religion and tradition should be emphasized in worship.