The Sabarimala shrine reopens on Nov 17 and the Kerala government assured the entry of 'all' devotees.
If a temple is to be treated as a public place, how far does this argument go?
‘We take inspiration from what Justice Indu Malhotra said’: J Sai Deepak, advocate in the Sabarimala Temple case
J Sai Deepak added that People For Dharma and him would explore all possible legal options in this matter.
This is what the sole lady judge, and the only dissenting voice, said about women’s entry in Sabarimala
Justice Malhotra stated that the shrine and deity at Sabarimala are protected by article 25
The lawyers have asserted that the age-based restriction on women's entry to the temple is not based on patriarchy but age-old rituals