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entering temples shirtless unrealistic and illogical, claims environmental care body; wrote to the Hindu panel

NECF claimed that such 'irregularities' create unnecessary trouble for the pilgrims.  (File News18 Tamil photo)

NECF claimed that such ‘irregularities’ create unnecessary trouble for the pilgrims. (File News18 Tamil photo)

NECF urged the Hindu Religious Institutions and Charitable Endowments Department to stop such ‘illegal practices’ in the interest of general public and also requested the department to comply with the letter within 15 days.

The National Environmental Care Federation (NECF) in Mangalore has written a letter to the Principal Secretary, Department of Hindu Religious Institutions and Charitable Endowments, urging them to stop the age-old practice of compulsorily removing T-shirts in honor of Hindu deities in temples. . In the letter, NECF urged them to stop such irregularities at Hindu places of worship, terming the practice as ‘irrational’.

NECF claimed that such ‘irregularities’ create unnecessary trouble for the pilgrims and argued that there is no such practice prescribed by Hindu scriptures, nor is any government order in effect.

The NECF letter cites several examples and examples and one such instance claims that members of their sangha visited temples such as the Mookambika temple at Kollur in Udupi district, but had an uncomfortable experience.

The federation alleged that there was a board at the entrance of the Subramaniam temple which read, “Please remove the T-shirt/shirt/baniya or even cap before entering the temple”, which they termed as ‘irrational’.

NECF also argued that, pilgrims with skin diseases may expose other pilgrims to such conditions. He also claimed that physically challenged people would face severe humiliation for exposing their bodies.

NECF urged the Hindu Religious Institutions and Charitable Endowments Department to stop such ‘illegal practices’ in the interest of general public and also requested the department to comply with the letter within 15 days.

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