Now ban on Saranam Chantings in KSRTC ; Why then conduct special service to Pampa?

By Courtesy: Janmabhumi published on November 25, 2015

Thiruvananthapuram: The state government’s anti- Hindu stance has yet again become apparent with the KSRTC bus services issuing stringent orders barring Sabarimala bound pilgrims from raising sacred chants (saranam vili). Pilgrims proceeding towards Nilackkal and from there to Sabarimala have been served the notice. Another notification issued ban decorating the bus with Lord Ayyappa’s pictures or smearing sandal paste

The Hindu Aikya Vedi, along with other Hindu organizations have launched a series of remonstrations against the move. It has been alleged that the anti-Hindu lobby in KSRTCis behind the move.

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  1. Partha Gopalan Reply

    November 26, 2015 at 7:27 am

    Device, how can this happen? When did sabarai mall sea become a nuisance to people ? This is what I call as “Sickularism” of Indian polity. Suppressing its own age-hold tradition is how secularism is practiced else where in the world. USA president and Senators takes oath on Bible. With this rate, Kerala will probably become a China. Or Syria may be…

  2. GSK Menon Reply

    November 26, 2015 at 10:28 pm

    Tell them to get lost, these third rate rouges. Stop the service and start walking, shouting aggressively Swamiye Sharanam Ayyappa. Let Kottayam and Pathanamthitta Districts reverberate with Sharanam chants. Walking was the original way of Teerthayatra to Sabarimala. The order by these rouges is a blessing in disguise. Even foreign religions are imitating Hindu method of worship, by doing Padyatra.
    The rouges want money, if we walk, they will lick our feet.

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