Makar Sankranthi, Bihu, Pongal or Lohri: India celebrates the festival with many names and vibrant traditions
The transition of the sun into the Capricorn (Makar) constellation marks the end of winter and is celebrated across India by many names.
Sasikala had earlier denied entering the Sabarimala shrine, fearing her safety
Sabarimala: Aided by Kerala police, women belonging to CPI-ML enter Sabarimala to violate age-old Hindu customs
Two women Bindu and Kanakdurga in their 40s, accompanied by Kerala police has entered the Sabarimala shrine at 3.45am today causing massive anger amongst the Hindu devotees
Venugopalan Nair, 49 while protesting against the state government, poured petrol over his body, set himself ablaze at around 2 am in the morning on Thursday.
Our culture is not a ticket to your self-discovery: Indian girl writes to US nightclub with Gods on bathroom walls
She not only got a response but also an apology.
Sabarimala Karma Samithi, a united Hindu front appeals for unity among Hindus to protect customs and traditions of Sabarimala
The Sabarimala Karma Samithi, a united front to bring all the individuals and groups to plan and execute all possible acts peacefully and legally was set up on October 8, 2018.
Sabarimala: Kerala HC asks the Communist government to stay away from temple affairs, rituals to continue as per traditions
The High Court of Kerala hearing three petitions had slammed the Kerala government for its excess interference in the administration of Sabarimala temple.
The Sabarimala opened its door for the second time after the September 28, Supreme Court's verdict.
Prohibitory orders have been placed from Saturday midnight till Tuesday midnight.
Sabarimala case: Kerala High Court expresses displeasure over Kerala police’s excesses against Sabarimala devotees
The Kerala High court has also ordered that necessary action should be taken against those police officials who acted disproportionately.