Kannur: The post put on Facebook by a woman on the 18 stairs of the Sabarimala sanctum led to serious controversy. She was surrounded by riotous mobs around her house. The woman posted this post after the Sabarimala gates will open for the devotees from Wednesday.
When a woman named Rishma Nishant announced her wish to go to the temple, a group of agitators surrounded her house. She was shouting against her. Threatened to prevent him from going to the temple.
The Supreme Court last month ruled that women aged 10-50 should go to the Sabarimala temple. It causes serious concerns in Kerala. But the women were not afraid of the woman. That is why she revealed the desire to go to the temple in the Facebook post. “There is no revolution in this. A devotee goes forward and gives more courage to visit the temple. ” She believes that menopause is similar to other activities in the body.
He told media that he has been following the mandate for the past 12 years. But in Sabarimala he expressed his disappointment. However, men said that she was looking for a period of 41 days and she was 55 days pregnant because of menstruation.