Sabarimala Temple: Supreme Court allows women to enter into Temple

Sabarimala Temple

Kerala: On Friday, the Supreme Court has pronounced that women will be permitted to get entry into Lord Ayyappa’s Sabarimala Temple in Kerala State. Apart from this, let me tell you that today’s day is also very important in the country’s highest court. Today, there are two important decisions will come out that are related to Bhima-Koregaon violence and the Sabarimala Temple of Kerala.

The restriction on women’s entry in Kerala’s temple (Sabarimala) is now over. Women are now free to visit this Temple. We want to tell you that the bench of 5 judges declared this historic decision in the Supreme Court on Friday. The Bench of five judges ruled in favor of women according to 4-1 (party-opposition). CJI Deepak Mishra, Justice Chandrachud, Justice Nariman, Justice Khanvilkar ruled in favor of women with a single vote. While Justice Indu Malhotra ruled in favor of temple.

Why Supreme Court Verdict Women’s Entry in Sabarimala Temple

The Temple is located on the hill of western Ghat in Kerala. The Temple Management of Pathanamthitta district told the Supreme Court that entry of women from 10 to 50 years of age was ban because they do not maintain purity at the time of menstruation.

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On the other side, Chief Justice Deepak Mishra said by reading the verdict that gender discrimination cannot be done in the name of faith. The work of law and society is to look at all equally. The double criteria for women reduce their respect.

Let me clear you before that this women’s verdict case is the around 27-year-old case.  But now top court allows women of all ages to enter Kerala Temple. This Temple is the most famous temple in Kerala. Not only this, now women have allowed praying at the place of their choice. Follow on Facebook and Twitter to get all latest updates.