In a daring yet stunning move, Indian feminists now started fighting for the right to touch a Hindu god which is prevented in Hindu customs. As Hindus, we are not supposed to get offended by this feminist fake propaganda of ‘Right To Pray” (or prey) to (on) the Hindu god.
Bhagaban Shani Dev is the Hindu god (male) of the planet Saturn and known for his wrath that can jeopardize any life or any society. According to a Hindu legend, he has given a fortune to a woman who gave him oil massage and food when he arrived in her home in disguise and said he was hungry and having body pain. (yes in olden days our gods used to visit our homes but nowadays we need to visit him in temples).
If you are aware of recent developments in Shani Shingnapur temple in Ahmednagar district in Maharastra, India you may know the high drama enacted by some female hooligans under the banner of Bhoomata Ranarangini Brigade (mother soil warrior group) banner and wanted right to climb up nine steps and touch the deity.
Under Hindu custom, women are not allowed to enter the sanctum or touch the deity in some places. It is said that anyone with blood oozing out or with injury become disqualified to offer puja to any Hindu God. There are some Churches or Mosques that ban women’s entry too but these so-called Hindu liberals never dare to question them.
For Hindus, this custom is meant for everyone, including men. That is why a man with a cut or any inured animal can’t be sacrificed in front of any deity. Also note, all these sacrificial animals before Hindu gods are only males. Female animals are again considered impure and can’t be sacrificed before any god.
The farce of RightToPray has taken many to storm with shocking celebrity tweets that added to the fire.
Kiran Bedi who is famous for adding her forceful wisdom in every controversy was found angry about someone deciding on women without consulting her. 😛 –
When the issue was never about the entry of women to the temple or #RightToPray because you can see in this photo that women are already allowed to pray to this god –
When people were laughing at her attempt to gender equality, she tried has called for someone in authority to clarify the issue to general people –
Journalist Ashutosh didn’t want to let go this opportunity –
….and some foreign-funded Indian women rights activists and media. But they were exposed sooner.
Feminists were so crazy about touching the male god that the Ranarangini Brigade has hired hi-tech buses and a helicopter to get airdropped and ‘molest’ a Hindu god.
Anything is possible under feminism. For the first time, we came to know that molestation can be a right, too. Because it is Hindu culture and religion, we are supposed to accept this as equality and listen to whatever these foreign-funded women say.
I am just wondering if someone visits their place and then demand to continue his own style of living instead of following the customs of their house will that be acceptable to them? When we choose to offer a particular deity we accept the culture and the rules prevailing there. It may be of any culture or religion, but people can get away with no punishment only if they attack Hindus and Hindu traditions. More clearly when foreign-funded NGOs do this we understand that it is the outsiders who are playing a divisive politics against India under the guise of being Indians. Politics at Shani Shingnapur temple is never different from that. We can only hope that Bhagaban Shani dev’s wrath will destroy them soon.