Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Shri Swami Narendracharyaji Maharaj blessed the event and said, “It is the need of the hour to unite the temples to protect the Hindu culture. Although we are unable to attend the Parishad in person due to pre-planned events, we will send our message for the attendees.” Read more »
A food stall managed by a man named Abdul Shemim at Erumeli has been accused of serving food cooked in toilet water to Sabarimala pilgrims during the peak season of pilgrimage. Notably, Erumeli lies along the routes leading to the revered Sabarimala temple in Kerala. Read more »
Second ‘Maharashtra Mandir Parishad’ will be organized to bring together temple trustees, priests and devotees to preserve the divinity of temples through performing ritualistic worship in temples, conserving ancient temple culture, solving various problems of temples, and protection of traditions followed by temples. Read more »
Over 3,000 loudspeakers or sound amplifiers installed at public and religious places in Uttar Pradesh were found to be violating prescribed norms, and were removed on Monday, a senior official said. Read more »
2nd ‘Maharashtra Mandir Nyas Parishad’ has been organised on the 2nd and 3rd of December 2023 at Shri Vighnahar Auditorium, Ojhar, Pune. Over 550 attendees including temple trustees, representatives, priests, advocates fighting for the protection of temples, scholars etc. from all over Maharashtra will participate in this parishad Read more »
A day after Srinagar’s National Institute of Technology saw protests over an alleged social media post on the Prophet by a student from outside Kashmir, protests spread to other colleges on Wednesday. Institute has rusticated the student for a year but protesting students want more stringent punishment and his arrest. Read more »
In a dreadful case of conversion coming to the fore from the state of Maharashtra, two minor girls from the Pune district were tortured and forcefully converted to Christianity. NCPCR took cognisance of the event and demanded strict action in the case. Read more »
Diwali festival recently got over. On the occasion of Diwali, the Maharashtra Government distributed ‘Joy ration (Anandacha shidha)’ (Food items such as semolina, gram dal, sugar, and edible oil are given at the ration shop for Rs 100 only). This also includes palm oil. People noticed that the stamp on the pack of palm oil stated that the product was Halal certified. Read more »
All prisoners in Uttar Pradesh jails will soon recite the Hanuman Chalisa, and Sundarkand and learn personality development techniques as part of their curriculum inside the prison. Read more »
In a shocking move, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar-led Bihar government has slashed the holidays on the occasions of Janmashtami, Rakshabandhan, Ramnavami, Shivratri, Teej, Vasant Panchami and Jivitputrika, while also giving three days holidays each for Eid and Bakrid, and two days for Muharram. in government schools for the academic year 2024. Read more »
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