Do we need to change customs and traditions because they discriminate women, if they do not endanger or detrimental to the advancement of women?
We managed to manufacture lame issue, keeping aside the core issues of economic inequality, agriculture sector distress, inadequate healthcare facilities and the lack of quality education and skill development of our youth.
Not just Sabarimala, but there is no specific sanction in any Hindu scriptures to impose gender bias in Temples: did supreme court not review Hindu scriptures before passing its judgement?
With the temple due to open today evening for its annual season that last for 56 days, a last ditch effort to find a solution also seems to have ended?
Can we expect the Kerala police controlled by the CM, and accused of undue violence towards the public in the past, to be fair with Ayyappa devotees?
Traditional ritualistic practices are specifically demarcated to men and women. In each case, exclusion is not treated as discrimination.
We have such an exhaustive elaborate written constitution suitable to the diversity and culture of India and the needs and aspirations of its people which just needs its textual interpretation depending upon the context.