A curation of articles on the Sabarimala verdict and the underlying faith that drives the belief in it.
It is a combination of reasons that makes the ‘Free Our Temples’ campaign less acceptable in north than in south.
A comprehensive study that provides solutions to problems of state control is the first step to swarajya for temples.
BJP’s watchword for the coming elections should be ‘Mandir Bachao’, rather than ‘Mandir Banao’.
It has been a victory for devotees of Ayyappa today, and it came from a simple but brave act of the temple priest
Those who argue that the SC order must first be implemented before it can be reviewed are being too clever by half.
The Supreme Court verdict handed down in breach of the Sabarimala tenet is based on flawed reasoning.
This is nothing but trying to force-fit an Abrahamic binary approach into a more complex Indian reality.
This immense desire to ‘civilise’ women is just a new manifestation of the old white man’s burden.
Many devotees are drawing on the 1950 Sabarimala temple arson case to allege conspiracy this time around.
Sabarimala is not the war; it is one battle in a long war.
It is only extreme cases of cruelty that need their lordships to ride in favour of hapless creatures. Jallikat
Supreme Court has opened up a Pandora’s box
Much more needs to be done to secure Hindu practices and ensure their continuity.
Learned judges, tread softly for you tread on my faith.
The constitution must trump personal law whenever individual rights are seriously threatened.
The indigenous feminist #ReadyToWait movement is Kerala women reaffirming their faith in the Ayyappan tradition.
When public places are created for specific purposes, they become public-private places,
Are all three cases about misogynistic and patriarchal discrimination or is there a difference between them?
Counsel Sai Deepak strengthens the case for People for Dharma.
The attempts to safeguard democracy are made impotent if we don’t restrain the excesses of the judiciary.
Justice Malhotra is the true heroine in the Sabarimala miscarriage of justice.