A world where women are not allowed to enter a mosque, a fundamental right they deserve, people are worried about women not being able to enter one specific temple without understanding the underlying reason.

The law should respect devotee's faith and not meddle with it. If they want to exercise judicial activism then they should do the same with mosques.

Most women were not interested in entering the temple, only two women who themselves never enter temples got concerned about this issue. It was clearly a propaganda to malign Hindu faith.

I believe the variety in Hindu faith should be appreciated. Lord Ayyappa has many temples where woman can enter and pray, only one temple prohibits their entry and suddenly women want to enter only that temple!

I noticed the same in case of hijab controversy. Suddenly muslim girls are in love with wearing hijab in school whereas they don't wear hijab when they hang out with their friends in a mall!

Such attempts to malign and destroy Hindu culture must be resisted and push back should be so strong that nobody attempts such fake propaganda again.

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Abhishek Sainani

Abhishek Sainani

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An aspiring writer who often juggles between his inner world, his dream world, and the real world. Writes poetry, humorous observations and opinion pieces.