Monday 18th December 2017,
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Sabarimala

Heartwarming story of a dog who walked 600km to keep a Sabarimala pilgrim company

Heartwarming story of a dog who walked 600km to keep a Sabarimala pilgrim company

Naveen first saw Malu on December 8, on the second day of his nearly 700km pilgrimage by foot from the Mookambika temple in Kollur, Udupi to the Sabarimala shrine in Pathanamthitta. Naveen had no way of knowing then that he had found a friend of a lifetime, who would stay by his side through thick [...]

December 28, 2016 HHR Archives, India, Spirituality/Culture Comments Off on Heartwarming story of a dog who walked 600km to keep a Sabarimala pilgrim company

Women’s group moves SC over Sabarimala entry, says ‘We are Ready To Wait’

Women’s group moves SC over Sabarimala entry, says ‘We are Ready To Wait’

Nearly two months after a counter campaign #Ready To Wait took social media by storm, with a group of Malayali women saying that they were willing to wait till the age of 50 to enter the Sabarimala shrine, the group has now moved the Supreme Court seeking to be a party to the case. [...]

October 27, 2016 HHR Archives, India Comments Off on Women’s group moves SC over Sabarimala entry, says ‘We are Ready To Wait’

Jail for pilgrims who throw used clothes in Pamba

Jail for pilgrims who throw used clothes in Pamba

CHENNAI: Pilgrims to the famous Kerala shrine of Sabarimala who discard clothes and other belongings in the Pamba river as part of a misconceived religious tenet would face penal consequences that could lead to a jail term up to 18 months, the special commissioner of the hill shrine has warned. Quoting an October 16 Kerala [...]

November 11, 2015 HHR Archives, India Comments Off on Jail for pilgrims who throw used clothes in Pamba