Supreme Court verdictban on
Dilie: The Supreme Court has given a sensational verdict to allow women to enter the Sabarimala temple. It is clear that women of all ages can enter Sabarimala temple. The court has lifted a ban on women aged ten to fifty years. The temple rules that restrict the entry of woman into the temple are violated Article 14 and 25 of the Constitution. The bench headed by Justice Deepak Mishra said it is not necessary to impose restrictions on women’s age to enter the Sabarimala temple as an essential religious policy.
Deepak Mishra said in the judgment that there was no gender discrimination in the temples and that women were less likely to be weak. In this country, women are being worshiped in the form of deities, and on the other hand, the gender discrimination is restricted. Women are less likely to be less than men. The prohibition on women is a violation of Hinduism. The religion is part of the basic way of life. There is no constitutional change based on biological (biological) features of women.
Four of the five members accepted the verdict, while only single judge Justice Indu Malhotra said a different opinion. She said that the decision to decide on the removal of religious practices other than social disorders, such as the marginalization, is not related to the court. It has been suggested not to change the religious traditions that are strongly rooted in securing a secular environment in the country. Women who have been in the age of 10 years (10 to 50 years) have come to the Sabarimala temple for a number of years.