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there will be other characters. long forbidden to enter public temples by Hindus,who had been barred on grounds of "untouchability",was one of the leading social reform movements that ran parallel to the larger Independence movement in the early part of the last century in India The first legal measure guaranteeing the rights of Dalits to enter temples at par with all other caste Hindus was the Temple Entry Proclamation issued by the then Maharajah of Travancore Itopened the doors of all temples in the princely state of Travancore to all classes of Hindus This was subsequently followed by the Temple Entry Authorisation and Indemnity Act 1939 passed in the then Madras Presidency guaranteeing Dalits the right of temple entry there Other states have followed since and the aforementioned Maharashtra Hindu Places of Worship Act is one of those laws protecting the rights of all classes of Hindus to access places of worship equally Article 25(2)(b) of the Constitution of India clarifies that temple entry laws are not tantamount to restriction of individual’s right to religion under Article 25(1) These laws have not gone unchallenged in Court The Bombay Harijan Temple Entry Act 1947 (the precursor to the Maharashtra temple entry law) was challenged in Bombay High Court by members of the Jain community arguing that it did not apply to them since their temples were not open to Hindus generally even though the definition of "Hindus" under the Act included Jains The Bombay High Court upheld this contention holding that Hindus couldn’t enter the temple as a matter of right Dalits could also therefore not claim to enter the temple as a matter of right under the Bombay Act Did this necessarily mean that aslong as a temple was set up by a given denomination it could ignore all temple entry laws The Constitution protects both an individual right to religion under Article 25 and a denominational right to manage its own religious affairs under Article 26 of the Constitution so an argument could be made that temple entry laws won’t affect a temple used exclusively by a given denomination The Supreme Court of India in Venkataramana Devaru versusState of Mysore did not think so In a challenge raised by a temple meant for Gaud Saraswat Brahmins in the coastal regions of the then Mysore state (now Karnataka) the Supreme Court clarified that temple entry laws would also apply to so-called denominational temples It read the permission to make temple entry laws contained in Article 25 of the Constitution to be applicable as a limitation on the rights of denominations of a religion to manage their own religious affairs including the running of temples In effect as some legal scholars pointed out it raised the statutory right of Dalits to enter temples to the level of a constitutional right – an interpretation that was perhaps more in line with the Constitution than a pedantic reading would suggest As it stands where a law guaranteeing temple entry for all classes of Hindus for temples which are generally open to the public such a law will validly apply to not just temples which are meant for the general public but also temples for the exclusive use of a denomination Even if it had been claimed that the Shani Shingnapur temple had been built for a particular denomination of Hindus women would still have a right to enter such temples under the Maharashtra Temple Entry law Impact on Haji Ali and Sabarimala cases Shani Shingnapur is not the only instance where women are seeking entry to temples on par with men The Sabarimala temple in Kerala and the Haji Ali dargah have also become the focus of efforts by women to seek entry to religious places of worship The entry of women to both are presently under litigation before the Supreme Court of India and the Bombay High Court respectively The Bombay High Court has stated that it will wait for an authoritative ruling by the Supreme Court in the Sabarimala case before deciding the Haji Ali case One distinction must be pointed out between the two cases in court – whereas the Constitution explicitly states that laws makes the throwing open of Hindu religious places of worship to all classes is an exception to any claimed right to religion by a person or a denomination no similar clause exists for other religious places of worship Even Article 15 which specifically prohibits discrimination on the basis of caste religion gender et al in public places does not include "temples or places of worship" as public places This does not necessarily mean that there is no constitutional protection for Muslim women who wish to access the Haji Ali dargah Rather that the argument for the same may have to be made on the constitutional guarantee of equality rather than rely on specific statutory provisions regarding temple entry Shorn of all the legal and religious construction the justifications offered for denying women entry into places of worship rests on a supposed inferiority of women in matters of religion Whether such an argument is linked to menstruation the weakness of physical frame or some other physical attribute of women the fact remains that the arguments offered for restricting women’s entry to religious places is a brute exercise of patriarchal power and nothing more When such barriers and obstacles in the path of equality of women is being slowly but steadily being eroded in most aspects of society one hopes that the Constitutional courts of India will find themselves on the right side of history in clearing the path for equal rights for women in matters of religion" He was addressing a public meeting at Nalwi village in Kurukshetra district in support of the Congress candidate Anil Kumar Dhantauri. He also ridiculed Chautala’s claims of ruling from Tihar jail. AFP. party sources said. had a dream debut season in Madrid,2 million),his candidature over what he feels is continued character assassination and a malicious attempt to discredit him.

In a?Azamgarh (UP): Former Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh on Tuesday said that Azam Khan should avoid making comments on UP Governor Ram Naik as he holds a constitutional post I will sit at home, Nowshera-Mirpur," she said. the anarchy in Mumbai did not get much play in the channels headquartered in Delhi,com/cJUBVsGdbg — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 22.

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