Reportedly, the Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan’s office directly intervened to stop the removal of the crosses. The Revenue Departement officials had previously ordered the church to remove around 14 crosses from the encroached land, the deadline which ends today. Read more »
All pro-Hindu organizations should extend cooperation even in future for protection of Sabarimala Temple, was an appeal made by Shri. Bineel Somsundaram of ‘Hindu Helpline’, Kerala. Read more »
The Sabarimala Karma Samiti, an apex body of various Hindu organisations opposing the September 28 verdict on the hill temple, began its hymn- chanting protest outside the state secretariat on Saturday seeking the withdrawal of cases against its workers. Read more »
T P Senkumar, the then DGP Kerala, who also headed the Intelligence Wing , cautioned the Ayyappa devotees that the agitation for preserving traditions and customs at Ayyappa Temple at Sabarimala was the last opportunity to save the Sanatan Dharma. Read more »
In the video she questioned whether the Supreme Court would decide how Jesus took birth or which body should be buried or cremated. Read more »
Kerala CM, whose Govt helped in breaking centuries old tradition at Sabarimala, has no right to say anything in religious matters of Hindus ! Read more »
If the Kerala govt is so adamant about enforcing the so-called gender equality and if they have the courage, then it should walk the talk by demonstrating the entry of women in Kerala’s Malankara Mar Thoma Syrian Church and mosques where the entry of women is prohibited Read more »
Bursting of crackers should be banned for the period, 25th December 2018 to 2nd January 2019 as per Supreme Court’s orders and there should be ban on crackers made in China, was the main demand Read more »
More than 30 activists of various pro-Hindu organizations and office bearers participated in demonstrations and exhibited their opposition. Read more »
Anxiety looms large in and around the shrine in the backdrop of reports that a group of 50 women, all below the traditionally barred age of 50 years, are set to visit Sabarimala on Sunday under the aegis of ‘Manithi’, a Chennai-based outfit. Read more »
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