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In many temples of the country, men do not have permission to go inside!

Friday - November 15, 2019 4:24 pm , Category : INDIA
The entry of men is forbidden in many temples
The entry of men is forbidden in many temples

Know about those temples where men cannot worship! 

NOV 15 (WTN) - The Supreme Court has referred the cases of reconsideration petition in the case related to the admission of women in the Sabarimala temple to the bench of seven judges. As you know, there is a dispute over the entry of women in the Sabarimala temple. There are many religious places in India, including Sabarimala, where the entry of women is prohibited and they are not allowed inside. But do you know that there are many temples in India in our country, where men are not allowed to enter and if the entry is allowed in the temple then only for a few special days? For your information, let us know that there are many temples in the country where there is a ban on the entry of men. 

Let you know that only women can worship in the famous Attukal temple in Kerala. Men are not allowed to enter this temple. For your information, let us know that 30 lakh women visited here during the festival of Pongal, due to which the name of this temple has also been included in the Guinness World Book. Every year millions of women come to visit this temple, which is only opened for women. 

In the Bhagwati Maa temple of Kanyakumari, the female form of Bhagwati is worshiped here. The rules of this temple are so strict that men cannot even go to the premises of this temple. Only saints can go to the entrance of the temple. Only women are allowed to enter this temple. 

At the Trimbakeshwar temple in Nashik, women are not allowed after a boundary. But men could definitely go a little further. When the dispute arose on this issue, the matter reached the Bombay High Court, after which now the entry of men into the Trimbakeshwar temple has also been banned till a boundary. 

The only temple of Lord Brahma Ji located in Pushkar is famous all over the world. But married men are not allowed to enter this world-famous temple. According to the Puranas, Lord Brahma performed a Yajna at Pushkar Lake with wife Goddess Saraswati. But Saraswati was annoyed by something and cursed the temple that no married person is allowed to enter the inner wall of this temple, and if a married man enters the inner wall then the problem in his marital life will occur. Unmarried men can enter the world-famous Brahma temple due to this curse, but married men are forbidden to enter the temple. 

As you know, Santoshi Mata temples can be seen in many places all over India. According to the prevailing beliefs, women and virgins can fast for Santoshi Mata. At this time they are not allowed to eat sour. By the way, men can also worship Santoshi Maa, but their entry into the temple is forbidden. 

There is a Mata temple in Muzaffarpur in Bihar where men are prohibited from entering the premises in due course. The laws of this temple are so strict that even the priests of the temple are not allowed to enter the temple during this time. 

The Kamakhya Temple at Kamrup in Assam only allows women to enter the premises during the menstrual cycle. In this temple, only women priests or monks serve the temple. In this temple, the menstrual period of Mother Sati is considered very auspicious and is distributed to these devotees. 

Chakkulathukavu temple in Kerala also prohibits men from entering for certain days. This temple is the temple of Goddess Bhagwati and devotees gather in lakhs of people every year to have darshan here. The male pundits of this temple keep a ten-day fast for women in the month of December and wash the feet of female devotees on the first Friday. This day is called Dhanu and men are not allowed to enter the temple during the days of women worship.