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Turning Temples into Courts: Judges should not dictate religious practices

Turning Temples into Courts: Judges should not dictate religious practices

“Judges should not dictate religious practises. Political activists should not be allowed to use temples for political agitation.” – Dr David Frawley Visiting Hindu temples is an amazing experience, an inner journey through history, culture and cosmic dimensions. Each temple is profoundly unique with its own identity. Such temples represent one of the most important [...]

April 23, 2016 HHR Archives, India Comments Off on Turning Temples into Courts: Judges should not dictate religious practices

Sabarimala : The debate between modernity and age-old practices

Sabarimala : The debate between modernity and age-old practices

“The two recent issues, Sabarimala and Jallikattu, … calls for a background check, because we need to exercise discrimination when we approach a matter of faith, whereas reason is enough to resolve all other matters. Especially so, because Hindu reforms invariably seem to attract Constitutional activists from every nook and corner to demand equal rights [...]

January 28, 2016 HHR Archives, India Comments Off on Sabarimala : The debate between modernity and age-old practices