There is a Famous Line saying, “Everyone is Equal in the eyes of God”. But When comes to Sabarimala it’s not applicable to everyone. Trustees of Sabarimala practicing old age customs that Women are Not Supposed to Enter into the Temple. They even disclosed some reasons behind this act. To Put these customs to an end supreme courts lifts the ban which welcomes a mixed response from the public
The Supreme Court on Friday lifted the hundreds of years old practice which is a ban on women between 10 to 50 age in Kerala’s Sabarimala Temple, in this way enabling women of any age to enter the sacred temple. Women who are in the Menstruating age were not supposed to enter into the temple because of their beloved god ayyappa considered to be a celibate
The bench was headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra and had held its verdict looking into the issue on August 1. Justices R.F. Nariman, A.M. Khanwilkar, D.Y. Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra are other members of the bench. As indicated by reports, Justice Malhotra communicated a disagreeing opinion in the Sabarimala case. The court articulated its verdict on a grasp of pleas challenging the ban on the section of women into the Sabarimala temple. The judge stated that law and society are entrusted with the errand to go about as levelers.
Misra noticed that man-centric society of religion can’t be allowed to trump over faith and said women were not sub-par compared to men. The court noticed that Ayyappa lovers were not a different section. The Kerala government, which has been changing its remain on the disagreeable issue of women of the menstrual age entering the Sabarimala temple, had on July 18 told the Supreme Court that it currently supported their entrance.
“Religion can’t be cover to deny women right to worship. To treat women as children of lesser God is to blink at Constitutional morality,” he included. This Verdict welcomes a mixed response from the public. Few people stated that people who took this issue to the supreme court probably they do not believe in the backstory of banning women into the temple.