India’s Supreme Court docket has dominated that one of many nation’s holiest Hindu temples should open its doorways to ladies. The Sabarimala temple in Kerala had banned ladies and ladies of “menstruating age” – outlined as from 10 to 50 – from getting into the place of worship. 

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The precedent may have an effect on a whole lot of temples throughout India that presently don’t permit ladies for causes starting from points round “purity” to them being barred when a guru or senior priest is in residence.

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The Supreme Court docket on Friday…

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