Trimbakeshwar Temple row: Women will again try to enter sacred sanctum on Thursday, says Trupti Desai

Refusing to bend before the religious bigotry, Bhumata Brigade president Trupti Desai on Wednesday said the women devotees will once again try to enter the inner sanctum of Trimbakeshwar Temple in Nashik on Thursday.

Last Updated: Apr 21, 2016, 00:52 AM IST
Trimbakeshwar Temple row: Women will again try to enter sacred sanctum on Thursday, says Trupti Desai

Nashik: Refusing to bend before the religious bigotry, Bhumata Brigade president Trupti Desai on Wednesday said the women devotees will once again try to enter the inner sanctum of Trimbakeshwar Temple in Nashik on Thursday.

Triputi, who had earlier tried to enter the sanctum, was detained at a place called Nandur Shingote near Pune-Nashik border in Maharashtra.

The Trimbakeshwar Devasthan Trust in Maharashtra has maintained that the women devotees can be allowed into the famous Lord Shiva temple's sanctum sanctorum for an hour everyday, but with a rider that they must wear wet cotton or silk clothes while offering prayers in the core area.

“There is no discrimination between men and women, we allow entry inside inner sanctum for 1 hour, fromm 6am to 7am. We allow entry of women only if they wear wet cotton or silk clothes,” Temple trustee Lalita Shinde had told ANI.

(With ANI inputs)