Activist Trupti Desai abandons plan to enter Sabarimala shrine after Kerala police refuse to give protection amid protests by devotees
This was the second failed attempt of controversial activist Trupti Desai to enter the shrine
Abhiseka ceremony conducted at Prambanan Temple to purify the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia after 1,163 years
The Abhiseka ceremony pf Prambanan Temple in Indonesia was held for the first time in 1,163 years
The drama is back: Trupti Desai says she plans to enter Sabarimala soon, urges Kerala police to escort her inside sanctum sanctorum
Trupti Desai urged the Kerala government to ensure that police escort women right inside the temple, near the sanctum sanctorum.
Muslim cleric attacks TMC MP Nusrat Jahan for attending Durga Puja festivities, says it haram in Islam
Nusrat Jahan has found herself at the receiving end of the Islamists’ fury ever since she got married to a Hindu Jain man
Nuakhai: Odisha’s ancient harvest festival celebrates the season’s first grains, ancestors and Mother Nature
Nuakhai is one of the most ancient festivals celebrated in Odisha to mark the season's first harvest.
Thousands of Odias travel to Tirupati each year. Thousands go to Vaishno Devi, and thousands go to visit the 12 Jyotirlingas of India. So, how can some individuals with a tunnel view are going to decide what is the Odia identity and what is not?
Nusrat Jahan was under fire from Islamists online for embracing Hindu custom of applying sindoor in the Parliament
The visceral reaction that liberals have whenever Prime Minister Narendra Modi practices his Hindu faith reveals the deep insecurity they suffer from.
Supreme Court asks ‘why government officials should manage temples’, bench talks about rampant idol theft in Tamil Nadu
A bench of Justices SA Bobde and SA Nazeer while considering the issue of harassment to several devotees visiting the Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odisha questioned as to why should government officials manage religious places and temples in the country.
Four policeman dressed in plain clothes accompanied two women to Sabarimala on Jan 2: Police to Court
Kerala police made a disturbing revelation to the Kerala High Court stating that four policemen disguised as civilians protected and aided two middle-aged left-wing women to enter the Sabarimala shrine on January 2nd