Does Sabarimala Temple and Lord Ayyapa need a postal stamp?

via HK published on June 27, 2008



TDB nod for postal stamp on


http://www.newindpress.com/NewsItems.asp?ID=IEO20080627035412&Page=O&Title=Thiruvananthapuram&Topic=0

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Present Travancore Devaswom Board since its inception haven’t initiated a single step for the betterment of Hindu Soceity nor of any

Temples

under them, instead were they busy looting the devotees. Last year we witnessed the Sabarimala pilgrimage in complete shambles with an Arrogant Devaswom Minister, an Inefficient Devaswom President and two Board members who were interested in infightings.


 

Last year the Sabarimala Pilgrimage started with the controversy of installing E- Darshan facilities of Ayyappa Vigraha and now this year they come up with another novel concept of the idea of postal stamp on Sabarimala. No steps have been yet taken to learn from the mistakes of last year and to conduct this years pilgrimage with less hassles to millions of Ayyappa devotees.


 

Though it seems the interest of present TDB to moot a postal stamp on Sabarimala may look harmless to many, HK would like to request TDB not to jump into such PR stunts again without discussing with Temple Thantri, Ayyappa devotees and Hindu organisations.


 

The scene of a person ‘spitting’ behind Ayyapa’s or

Sabarimala


Temple

’s postal picture to stick on a postal cover will be the last thing an ardent devotee want to see. It could be just the apprehension of HK , But we request to post your comments on how you will respond to this new move by TDB, especially while considering their past history and evil motives.

 

 

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