Kerala stunned as two women break Sabarimala’s faith barrier
The entry of the two womenBindu Ammini (42) and Kanaka Durga (44)into Sabarimala has put the Kerala units of the BJP and Congress on the backfoot
Kozhikode: Two women in their 40s created history by entering Kerala’s Sabarimala temple on Wednesday, breaching the shrine’s traditional ban on women of menstrual age and leaving the state shaken by protests. The move, while perfectly legal, added fuel to the heated debate across the nation on the right to pray and equality of women, at a time when women in several parts of the country are fighting to end gender discrimination.
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