World: She made history by entering a holy Indian shrine. Her family locked her out of the house. - PressFrom - US

WorldShe made history by entering a holy Indian shrine. Her family locked her out of the house.

16:05  11 february  2019
16:05  11 february  2019 Source:

UK approves tycoon Mallya's extradition to India

UK approves tycoon Mallya's extradition to India The British government has signed an order for Indian liquor and aviation tycoon Vijay Mallya to be extradited to India, the UK's Home Office said in a statement on Monday. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Indian authorities have been trying to extradite Mallya to India after the collapse of his defunct Kingfisher Airlines. He moved to Britain in March 2016.

Kanakadurga's family have locked her out of her home after her historic entry into a Hindu temple. An Indian woman who defied a historic ban to enter a prominent temple in the southern state of Kerala has been abandoned by her family Indian women make history by entering temple.

A shrine (Latin: scrinium "case or chest for books or papers"; Old French: escrin "box or case") is a holy or sacred place, which is dedicated to a specific deity, ancestor, hero, martyr, saint, daemon

She made history by entering a holy Indian shrine. Her family locked her out of the house.© AFP/Getty Images/ Kanakadurga, left, and Bindu entered the Sabarimala temple that for generations banned women of menstruating age from entering.

ANGADIPPURAM, India —A mother of two from a conservative family in southern India, Kanakadurga was told over and over again by her relatives how a good wife should behave.

She should obey her husband’s wishes. She should adapt to his family’s ways. And she should not even contemplate visiting the Sabarimala temple, one of Hinduism’s holiest shrines.

WhatsApp can now be locked using Face ID or Touch ID

WhatsApp can now be locked using Face ID or Touch ID Just watch out for those notifications

In her book, Islam: A Short History , Karen Armstrong asserts that the Kaaba was officially dedicated to Hubal, a Nabatean deity, and contained 360 idols that probably represented the days of the year.[36] But by Muhammad's day, it seems that the Kaaba was venerated as the shrine of Allah, the High God.

Holy Hill Basilica and National Shrine of Mary Help of Christians is a Roman Catholic shrine in the north central United States, dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The centerpiece of the shrine is a minor basilica.

But Kanakadurga, a 39-year-old civil servant who goes by one name, went anyway. Since then, nothing in her life has been the same.

Last month, Kanakadurga, along with another woman, accomplished a historic feat. Together they disrupted a centuries-old tradition that had barred women of menstruating age from the temple, which is devoted to a god considered celibate.

Subscribe to the Post Most newsletter: Today’s most popular stories on The Washington Post

The two women became the first to exercise their constitutional right to enter Sabarimala under a landmark ruling issued last year by India’s Supreme Court that opened the temple to women of all ages. The ruling sparked violent protests across the state of Kerala. For months, younger women attempting to visit the shrine were forced to turn back for their safety.

Fight over Cheez-Its leads to Georgia house arson: report

Fight over Cheez-Its leads to Georgia house arson: report A man in Georgia allegedly locked his family inside a house and lit it on fire after his family argued about a square cheesy snack food. Jeremy Lamar Wyatt, 32, was taken into custody after the incident, WGCL-TV reported. MOTORCYCLE PASSENGER SPOTTED SHAVING LEGS WHILE IN TRAFFIC Wyatt, his brother, and their 61-year-old mother were at the home in Lithonia when they reportedly started to argue over a box of Cheez-Its. The man, reportedly drunk, "locked his brother and mother inside the home and began pouring gasoline on the front steps," according to the news station. He then allegedly lit the house on fire.

Knock Shrine has a rich and fascinating history , both in the context of the Apparition and in its local and social history . It is best explored by a visit to the award-winning Knock Museum The Apparition is also set in the context of life at that time, from living in the thatched house to working in the forge.

On entering the house , they saw the child with Mary his mother; and they A Shrine of the Three Kings at Cologne Cathedral, according to tradition, contains the bones of the Three Wise Men. She took the remains to the church of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople; they were later moved to Milan

For Kanakadurga, the decision to make history has come at a cost. When she returned home, her mother-in-law beat her, Kanakadurga says, sending her to the hospital. Her family locked her out of the house and refused to let her talk to her sons. All but one of Kanakadurga’s five siblings stopped speaking to her. Police now shadow her everywhere for her protection.

Such consequences reflect the ongoing struggle over societal change in this country of 1.3 billion people, where new demands for equality are challenging age-old customs and traditions.

The controversy over Sabarimala — an ancient shrine devoted to the deity Ayyappa that draws tens of millions of devotees each year — has proven particularly fierce. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has sided with those who say the Supreme Court decision is an affront to Hindus. And opponents of the verdict have launched an attempt to overturn it.

Late Rep. John Dingell hailed as 'one of the greats' at Washington funeral

Late Rep. John Dingell hailed as 'one of the greats' at Washington funeral At a Washington service, longtime Rep. John Dingell was honored for his record-breaking service in the House. The 92-year-old Dingell, who died last week, served 59 years in Congress, longer than anyone else in U.S. history. The Michigan Democrat was the longtime chairman of the powerful House Energy and Commerce Committee and played a key role in laws on everything from health care to the environment, civil rights and the auto industry, which Dingell fiercely defended throughout his tenure.

of the general resurrection. Her tomb, according to this teaching, was found empty on the third day. According to the account, Juvenal replied that, on the third day after her burial, Mary's tomb was discovered to be empty, only her shroud being preserved in the church of Gethsemane.

She enjoys writing about kids, cooking, yoga, and Indian festivals. 1. Good Omens/Good Luck in Indian Culture. These are some of the superstitions which are considered good omens. If you see a family member leaving the house for some purpose, and happen to ask him or her "where are you

But the tide appears to be turning. Last week, the religious board that oversees the Sabarimala temple reversed its stance and said that it, too, supported allowing all women into the shrine. “We are against any form of discrimination,” the board president told reporters.

Kanakadurga, a small woman with dark curly hair who wears a gold chain with an image of the Hindu god Krishna around her neck, is an unlikely revolutionary. As a child, she used to see pilgrims clad in the black garb of devotees setting off for Sabarimala and longed to go with them.

She made history by entering a holy Indian shrine. Her family locked her out of the house.© Chandan Khanna/AFP/Getty Images Indian police stand guard outside a government building last month in the southern state of Kerala after protests broke out in response to two women entering Sabarimala temple.

To this day, Kanakadurga’s family observes the practice of keeping women apart from the functioning of the household while they menstruate because they are considered to be impure. During those times, she would eat and sleep in a different room and was not allowed to cook or touch utensils.

“I come from such a traditional family,” said Kanakadurga, her eyes alive with pride as she recounted her journey to Sabarimala. “And I have managed to do this job.”

Indian couple wants votes for PM Modi as wedding gifts

Indian couple wants votes for PM Modi as wedding gifts Indian weddings can be extravagant affairs with couples often showered with lavish gifts and money on their big day. But some families have come up with a more unusual idea for a wedding present. For his son's wedding, Subhash Rao Kishan Rao Yande from the southern city of Hyderabad -- a longtime supporter of the country's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) -- asked guests to vote for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the upcoming general elections. It comes after another family from western Gujarat state reportedly did the same.

The tradition and history of the Holy House goes back to Apostolic times. From the earliest days of Finally, in 1291 the crusaders were completely driven out of the Holy Land and it was at this point in St. Therese of Lisieux made a momentous pilgrimage before entering the Carmelites, to which she

Our Lady of Fátima, is a Catholic title of the Blessed Virgin Mary based on the famed Marian apparitions reported in 1917 by three shepherd children at the Cova da Iria, in Fátima, Portugal.

Kanakadurga studied commerce and later married a man from the same upper-caste community in an arranged union. One source of friction in the relationship was her love of writing poetry, she said. She described a bitter fight with her husband over her desire to travel to a poetry conference, which he said no respectable woman would do. Kanakadurga’s husband declined requests to speak with The Washington Post.

When the Supreme Court announced its verdict in September opening Sabarimala to women between the ages of 10 and 50, Kanakadurga was elated. She joined groups on Facebook and WhatsApp, where women discussed plans to make the pilgrimage. When she finally decided to join them, she was too afraid to tell her husband where she was going.

Before setting out on the pilgrimage, she met Bindu A., a law professor who would become her partner on their historic trek. (Bindu, too, usually goes by one name). They first attempted to reach the shrine in late December but turned back after confronting a crowd of 1,000 protesters.

She made history by entering a holy Indian shrine. Her family locked her out of the house.© Chandan Khanna/AFP/Getty Images A Hindu activist participates in a candlelight vigil outside Kerala’s state house in protest of the local government’s support of two women who entered the Sabarimala temple.

The next time, they succeeded. Accompanied by plainclothes police officers, Kanakadurga and Bindu set out on the three-mile uphill walk to the temple early on Jan. 2, arriving at the innermost sanctuary just before 4 in the morning. They prayed for about five minutes, Kanakadurga said, then descended.

Inmates help police rescue Florida baby accidentally locked in car

Inmates help police rescue Florida baby accidentally locked in car A group of work-release inmates on Valentine's Day helped rescue a 1-year-old accidentally locked in a car. The parents could not afford a locksmith after the baby's father locked the keys in their SUV on Valentine's Day, Pasco County Sheriff's Office spokesman Kevin Doll told NBC News. Deputies responded to the scene, where it was 56 degrees outside, and saw the couple's daughter appeared to be comfortable in a car seat. A few minutes later, NBC News reported the father told the deputies he was going to break the front door driver window.

In the house of her friends XXI. Home of stark want XXII. Her spiritual domination of the world began about five thousand years ago, and should last nearly four hundred and This of Calcutta is the private property of a family of Brahmans who have owned it for some three centuries.

There she saw standing a little out from the gable, were three life-size figures. She ran home to tell her parents and soon others from the village had gathered. Services at the Shrine include organised pilgrimages, daily Masses and Confessions, Anointing of the Sick, Counselling Service, Prayer

The backlash was immediate. Priests closed the shrine to conduct a purification ritual. The BJP called for a statewide strike, and violent clashes broke out between its supporters and backers of the state government, which is run by India’s main communist party. One person was killed.

For Kanakadurga, the worst hostility was yet to come. Early on Jan. 15, she returned home to Angadippuram, a small town in northern Kerala. As she walked in, her mother-in-law came out of the kitchen and started shouting at her, Kanakadurga said. Then she grabbed a piece of wood and hit Kanakadurga on her head, drawing blood, she recalled. Not long after, Kanakadurga’s 12-year-old twin sons arrived and began to cry. Police officers took Kanakadurga to the hospital.

Sumathi Amma, 73, Kanakadurga’s mother-in-law, denied the assault. “Nothing like that happened,” she said. Kanakadurga “pushed me and I fell down. That’s it.”

Kanakadurga “is not an ordinary woman,” she added. “Even her own mother doesn’t like her now.”

She made history by entering a holy Indian shrine. Her family locked her out of the house.© Joanna Slater/The Washington Post Sumathi Amma, Kanakadurga’s mother-in-law, allegedly beat her when she returned from her historic trip to the Sabarimala temple.

After leaving the hospital, Kanakadurga came home to find her house locked. Her husband had left and taken their children to a rented house nearby, forcing Kanakadurga to move to a government-run women’s shelter. Earlier this month, an anonymous letter earlier had arrived at the shelter, promising to exact “punishment” against the two women who entered Sabarimala.

On Feb. 5, a local court ordered Kanakadurga’s husband to unlock their home. After sunset, she walked — surrounded by her police escort — down the narrow lane to her home and through the wooden front door. The two-story bungalow appeared to have been hastily vacated: Onions spilled out of a basket and dirty dishes sat in the kitchen.

Despite the mess, Kanakadurga was relieved to be home. Now all she wanted was to be reunited with her sons to explain what had happened. Otherwise she had no regrets.

“I’m only worried about my children,” she said. “I want to convince them that what I did was right.”

[email protected]

Shahina KK contributed reporting.

Pilot killed as Indian military jets collide in air show rehearsal.
Two Indian Air Force jets practising for an aerobatic display collided in midair Tuesday killing one of the pilots, officials said. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Witnesses told how the aircraft spiralled out of control after hitting each other and crashed near a residential area outside the Yelahanka air base in the southern city of Bangalore. A huge fireball rose into the sky, they added.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 1
This is interesting!