I don't welcome the supreme court's verdict. I am against it. The chief aim of visiting Sabari hills is not to get the blessings of the Lord, but for the betterment of the male individuals on the name of Sabari visit. Men undergo 41 days fast prior to their move to the Sabari hills. They have regular bath, avoid non-veg food, give up drinking and smoking, and keep away from the sexual pleasure. Such activities for 41 days, helps the individual to maintain their health. It is like an annual maintenance to keep our body fit and perfect. By chanting the words 'Swamiye Saranam Ayyappa" for 41 days helps to keep our mind fresh. They dress up in one colour to feel that they are one with no feeling of rich and poor.
Let us treat a temple shrine as holy, not like a picnic spot.
I am sure, permitting females, especially the youth ladies will not do any good. And the sanctity and glory of the Sabari shrine would be lost forever. If the ladies go on fast for 41 days, what would they do during their mensuration periods?
There are many Hindu temples that don't permit males with their upper wear, and don't permit ladies with their salwar Kameez. They insist ladies to wear traditional sarees. First we should try to bring in changes in these temple rules and regulations, before we jump onto Sabari Hills.
A bachelor Lord is only for the men worship, not for women. It is the Lord's wish that he doesn't want to marry, and doesn't want to see youth ladies in his shrine. One should read and understand the History of Lord Sri Ayyappa . Supreme court should have ordered to maintain status quo.
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