A stand of Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat about protecting traditions of Dharma is welcome

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Pune 23 oct 2018 ,Nagar : After the verdict of the Supreme Court about the entry of women in all-age-groups in Sabarimala Temple, Kerala, the strong reactions against the verdict are appearing throughout the country. In entire India including Kerala, crores of devotees of Deity Ayyappa, devout Hindu organisations, common people and most of the political parties are protesting against the verdict by organising morchas, agitations, etc. On this background, the stand taken by Sarasanghachalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Respected Mohan Bhagwat while guiding on the day of Vijayadashami that ‘The tradition of Sabarimala Temple should be preserved’ has strengthened the movement to protect the Hindu traditions. The stand taken by Sarasanghachalak is extremely welcome; the role of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has remained similar right from the start. While respecting this stand of Sarasanghachalak, the Maharashtra Government should take the lead in protecting the religious traditions of all temples in the State. During the last few years, an attempt was made to assault the traditions of thousands of temples including Shani platform in Shani Temple of Shani Shingnapur, Shri Tryambakeshwar Temple in Nashik, Shri Mahalakshmi Temple in Kolhapur. To foil this attempt, the State Government should legislate an Act to protect the Hindu traditions, demanded Hindu Janajagruti Samiti by submitting a memorandum to the District Collector, Ahmednagar. On this occasion, the delegation of devout Hindu organisations met the Additional Collector B.H. Palawe. The delegation consisted activists of Shri Shivpratishthan Hindusthan, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.