The Trimbakeshwar temple is positioned in Maharashtra’s Nashik district.
NASHIK: Amid the marketing campaign for gender equality, the Trimbakeshwar Devasthan agree with in Maharashtra has decided to permit ladies into the famous Lord Shiva temple’s sanctum sanctorum for an hour normal, however with a rider that they have to put on moist cotton or silk clothes at the same time as imparting prayers in the middle region.
but, the girls activists have refused to abide by way of the condition and feature lodged a criticism with police in opposition to the accept as true with members and local people for purposely obstructing theiraccess into the temple.
The believe took the decision at a meeting on Wednesday to permit girls into the temple’s ‘garbha griha’ sanctum sanctorum from the day before today from 6 to 7 am and with the conditions connected to it, Lalita Shinde, one of the temple trustees, stated.
The selection turned into taken following an agitation by way of Pune-based totally Swarajya Sanghatana, headed via Vanita Gutte. but, Gutte and fellow-campaigners refused to enter the core vicinity of the temple on Thursday morning with the condition of sporting wet garments.
but, all through that time several local monks sporting ‘sovala’ (silk clothing) entered the sanctum sanctorum to carry out the puja. within the argument between the temple government and the activists, the time limit of 6-7 am got over, Ms Shinde said.
meanwhile, based on a criticism by way of Ms Gutte that they were being obstructed from coming intothe temple, police remaining night time registered offences against almost 250 humans, includingcontributors of the temple believe, some local monks and temple employees, under relevant sections, Trimbakeshwar police station in-fee Haribhau Kolhe said today.
“we can have to check the photos of 45 CCTV cameras, different things to perceive folks, in opposition to whom Swarajya Sanghatana chief Vanita Gutte has lodged complaint,” he said. in keeping with police, Ms Gutte and different women activists left the holy city the day gone by.