A police officer from one police station in Mumbai has installed Ganesh idol on the occasion of Ganesh festival. The idol of Shri Ganesh installed by him is in attire of traffic police’s uniform. Read more »
On the occasion of ‘Gauri-pujan’, masks of Lakshmi-Gauri and their idols were kept on sale at ‘Sharda Dresses’ shop of readymade clothes in Mangalwar Peth. These idols were dressed up in different modern frocks, tops, maxi-gowns and ‘churidar’ etc. Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Athens (Georgia) based apparel and home goods company Vision Lab for immediate withdrawal of yoga mat carrying image of Hindu deity Shri Ganesh; calling it highly inappropriate. Read more »
Charleston (South Carolina) based yoga mats and accessories company Yoloha Yoga has apologized and taken down yoga mat carrying image of Hindu deity Shri Ganesh within few hours of Hindu protest Read more »
Santa Cruz (California) based sock company MERGE4 has apologized and taken down socks carrying image of Hindu deity Shri Ganesh within few hours of Hindu protest, which called it “highly inappropriate”. Read more »
Representation was submitted to city-Mayor Shri. Chandrakant bapu Sonar by Shriram Utsav Samiti, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bajarang Dal and other pro-Hindu organizations protesting against denigration of Hindus’ Deities at religious places. Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Guatemala City based athletic clothing company “Alma Active” for immediate withdrawal of leggings/pants carrying images of Hindu deity Shri Ganesh; calling it highly inappropriate. Read more »
Miami Beach (Florida) based sports apparel firm Platinum Sun Inc. has apologized and taken down yoga mat carrying image of Hindu deity Shri Ganesh within few hours of Hindu protest, which called it “highly inappropriate” Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Pocket Games Soft (PG Soft), a mobile game development company based in Valletta (Malta), to immediately withdraw its 3D video slot game “Ganesha Gold”, calling it highly inappropriate. Read more »
Devout Hindus submit representation to stop denigration taking place due to Deities’ pictures painted on tins of edible oil ! Read more »
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