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Should Allow All Women In Sabarimala Temple, Kerala Tells Supreme Court

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This Trupti Desai is no bhakt, going there just to prove a f'in point.

After a similar thing in Shani Shingnapur temple in Maharastra,after a few feminist activities created bawaal and entered the temple,  nobody locally  is defying the traditon and entering the temple. So, it is only for a show, nothing religious. 

 

https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/shani-shingnapur-temple-a-year-after-breakthrough-moment-local-women-stick-to-entry-ban/story-klA7Cu1ry70yz1VFXVqSRP.html

 

 

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Exactly what happened a month later... Trupti Desai funded by Christian missionaries is flying the feminist brigands to force entry into Sabarimala, not on devotion, but with prejudice, entitlement and one-up(wo)manship..

 

 

 

And then she is forced to go back from Kochi Airport, this two-bit attention seeker...

It's all an ego trip for this lady..

https://indianexpress.com/article/india/sabarimala-protests-trupti-desai-cochin-airport-pune-5450575/

 

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She might not have been able to make it to the Sabarimala temple but Trupti Desai is not coming back from Kochi empty-handed. The day-long drama at the Kochi airport was just another day in office for the 33-year-old Pune resident who has made a career out of such agitations.

“She has already achieved her motive. She has got all the attention and publicity she wanted. This is her style,” said Priyanka Jagtap, a former colleague of Desai, in a not-so-flattering tone. Jagtap was associated with Desai’s Bhumata Ranragini Brigade for about a decade before splitting up to go her own way. Desai now heads the renamed Bhumata Brigade.

Jagtap was only echoing an assessment of Desai that is shared by several, including some current and former supporters: that Desai’s campaigns for seeking entry into religious shrines where women are not allowed are nothing more than publicity stunts and an attempt to build her profile. But there are many others, including a few prominent political figures from the city, who do consider or take Desai and her activism quite seriously. Even her detractors acknowledge that she is a “brave” and “gutsy” woman.

 

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The Ayyappa Jyothi event saw devotees light lamps and stand on public roads and highways for 30 minutes between 6 and 6.30 pm on December 6 to express their opposition to women’s entry to the Sabarimala temple. It was also in response to the Kerala government’s planned Women’s Wall event to be held on 1 January.

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4 Sabarimala activists stabbed by SDPI cadre in Thrissur

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What does the ISIS inspired radical Islamist terror outfit have to do with Sabarimala? All out civil war like situation has been created in the state, commie-jihadi nexus and Breaking India forces are creating lots of trouble. Anybody who supports these scumbags is a filthy traitor.

Call in the army and send them to hunt the troublemakers. Who needs Hafiz Saeed when you have a gaddar like Vijayan as state CM. 

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First of all, why is the SC poking its nose in state and religious law. Are they forcing the muslims to follow UCC now. Why this bias. Most mallu women regardless of religion dont try to enter Sabarimala. My maid (about 50 yrs which is allowed in Sabarimala) went to Sabarimala a few months ago and there was this scene when a young woman (obviously to stir up things) entered or tried to enter. My maid was saying how irreligious it is. It is said that those women who enter it against the religious law invite a curse. It seems these people don't care.

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2 hours ago, Real McCoy said:

My maid was saying how irreligious it is. It is said that those women who enter it against the religious law invite a curse. It seems these people don't care.

Does your old maid represent all mallu women?

 

Do you want all mallu women to stay at the same social level as your maid?

 

What is the use of education if people can't get beyond the scare of some curse ?

 

 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, beetle said:

Does your old maid represent all mallu women?

 

Do you want all mallu women to stay at the same social level as your maid?

 

What is the use of education if people can't get beyond the scare of some curse ?

 

 

 

 

My maid is Tamil so am I. Her social level has nothing to do with it. Why are you even going there. Are you a commie? :phehe: Its a mallu  tradition not mine. Go ask @CSK Fan

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16 hours ago, Real McCoy said:

My maid is Tamil so am I. Her social level has nothing to do with it. Why are you even going there. Are you a commie? :phehe: Its a mallu  tradition not mine. Go ask @CSK Fan

No ...not a commie.

Just believe that people who think women of the menstruating  age are impure, don't deserve to be born .Nor should they have a child with the impure women. Find menopausal women to have kids or better still make them yourself .

 

 

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https://www.firstpost.com/india/supreme-court-to-hear-pune-couples-plea-seeking-entry-of-muslim-women-into-mosques-cites-sabarimala-judgment-6456431.html

 

SC is feeling the ripples of it's Sabarimala judgement. 

 

I am not entirely against it's earlier verdict and only expect that the court has the same views on gender equality in each case, basically the blindfold, balance scale & sword are applicable to one & all.

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1 hour ago, beetle said:

No ...not a commie.

Just believe that people who think women of the menstruating  age are impure, don't deserve to be born .Nor should they have a child with the impure women. Find menopausal women to have kids or better still make them yourself .

 

 

Fake narrative. None of what you rile is connected with the sabarimala temple entry.

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4 hours ago, beetle said:

No ...not a commie.

Just believe that people who think women of the menstruating  age are impure, don't deserve to be born .Nor should they have a child with the impure women. Find menopausal women to have kids or better still make them yourself .

 

 

You're a feminist aren't ya. Feminists are commies. They believe anything a man can do, a woman can do as well. ALL construction workers are men. Why aren't feminists lining up to do their work

 

Back to the topic, Sabarmala Ayyappa is believed to be a brahmachari. So menstruating women are advised to not go there. What bothers you so much. Do you believe that anything traditional and patriarchical is evil

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29 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

You're a feminist aren't ya. Feminists are commies. They believe anything a man can do, a woman can do as well. ALL construction workers are men. Why aren't feminists lining up to do their work

 

Back to the topic, Sabarmala Ayyappa is believed to be a brahmachari. So menstruating women are advised to not go there. What bothers you so much. Do you believe that anything traditional and patriarchical is evil

Patriarchal.....yes

Traditional....not always .

As for rest of your post....not worth the trouble of answering .

 

 

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https://www.quora.com/Why-does-Sabarimala-not-allow-women-from-the-age-10-50-to-enter-the-premises

 

A detailed explanation from a local's perspective. @beetle Please read through it from a devotee's perspective and then decide if it's patriarchal or not..

It's easy to conclude everything superficially, but it's actual stakeholders/devotees whom should be given preference.

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On 4/26/2019 at 6:21 AM, Real McCoy said:

First of all, why is the SC poking its nose in state and religious law. Are they forcing the muslims to follow UCC now. Why this bias. Most mallu women regardless of religion dont try to enter Sabarimala. My maid (about 50 yrs which is allowed in Sabarimala) went to Sabarimala a few months ago and there was this scene when a young woman (obviously to stir up things) entered or tried to enter. My maid was saying how irreligious it is. It is said that those women who enter it against the religious law invite a curse. It seems these people don't care.

This is what I like about South Indians. They stand for their traditions without caring about political correctness.

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8 hours ago, beetle said:

No ...not a commie.

Just believe that people who think women of the menstruating  age are impure, don't deserve to be born .Nor should they have a child with the impure women. Find menopausal women to have kids or better still make them yourself .

 

 

I believe in God, follow religion, then believe in the legend related to God. 

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12 hours ago, MechEng said:

This is what I like about South Indians. They stand for their traditions without caring about political correctness.

No PC is a bit late to arrive here but it is coming. I don't know how this controversy, Jallikattu and Indian cricket has become the top priority for supreme court. Don't they have bigger fish to fry like anti-terrorist laws, regulation of alcohol and smoking. In Chennai, there was widescale peaceful protests for Jallikattu. What is more important to democracy. The views of the SC or the views of the common people. Sometimes I wonder if the SC is working counter to democracy.

Look at the movie industry. Bollywood is dead from 2000 onwards. South Indian movies are going down the same path. Its a slow poison to family values and religiosity.

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16 hours ago, beetle said:

Patriarchal.....yes

Traditional....not always .

As for rest of your post....not worth the trouble of answering .

 

 

99% of things around us are patriarchal

 

1) Marriage -- Lot of feminists believe that marriage is in an institution of patriarchy to enslave women 

 

2)Religion. -- Again most religion are patriarchal by nature

 

Some of others are culture , movies , music and even sports have emerged from patriarchy.

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