Kadavantra (Ernakulum, Kerala) : Hindus and all pro-Hindus organizations have come together keeping aside their caste, creed and parties against the verdict passed by Supreme Court allowing women from all age-groups to enter Sabarimala temple. They are staging demonstrations at different places in Kerala and taking out ‘Namjapghosh Yatra’. Participation of children and men along with women is noteworthy in these marches. On 6th October, ‘Namjapghosh Yatra’ was taken out at Kadavantra in Ernakulum district with the purpose of protection of Sabarimala. 300 Hindus participated in the march including activists of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS).
Participating dignitaries expressed their views while concluding the march. They mostly said that decision taken by Supreme Court is hurting religious sentiments of Hindus and should be changed. All Hindus should come together forgetting their differences; else attacks on Dharma will increase. Many of them also said that Supreme Court should have sought opinion of Hindu Dharmacharya or Sabarimala Tantri (priest) before passing such verdict.
1. It was raining heavily before start of ‘Namjapghosh Yatra’; still Hindus gathered in time.
2. An eagle was flying in the sky where the march was concluded. (Eagles were seen flying even at other places where such ‘Namjapghosh Yatra’ were taken out in the State.)
3. Two major organizations based on castes having severe differences have come together on the occasion of ‘Namjapghosh Yatra’ taken out in Kerala. Hindus from Communist, Congress, BJP etc parties are also coming together.