A temple where women are forbidden to go, knowing the reason will fly away
Newz Fast, New Delhi: India is a country where people of religion and caste live. Here people have their own customs. There are many such temples, crores of temples, mosques and gurdwaras, which are famous due to some miracle.
In today's modern era, women may have equaled men in every field, but even today there are many such traditions in our country, due to which they become famous on their own.
There is one such temple where women are not allowed to go. This temple is considered to be one of the biggest pilgrimage places after Mecca and Medina. Situated in the state of Kerala in South India, this temple is known as Sri Ayyappa Temple.
Where lakhs of devotees go to visit, but the special thing about this temple is that women are not allowed in this temple. Don't be shocked, but this is the truth. Only women younger than 10 years and above 50 years of age can enter this temple.
It is believed that Sri Ayyappa was a celibate. Due to which women are prohibited to come here. This is the reason why a woman of 10 to 50 years of age cannot come here, because a girl of 10 years of age does not have the problem of menstruation.
Also, the age when this problem is overcome is above 50 years. That is why women of middle age cannot come here. Also, no distinction of caste, creed, rich and poor is made in this temple. Everyone can see equally.