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WHY SABARIMALA RESTRICTS ENTRY OF ALL WOMEN WHO COULD MENSTRUATE? Reply to Comments

Comments:

We give you the benefit of the doubt .So if that is the case the principle works for all women going to any temple. Is it not? So the same principle will apply if people go to the Ram Mandir whenever it is built in Ayodhya too. So why cannot the Supreme Court be made to understand this principle. Why is it that leaders like Amit Shah and the BJP not really understood this principle. If they are really concerned about devotees in general they should explain to the Supreme Court. Then all this unnessary doubts will go from people’s minds.

Answer:

In today’s world these things are hard to be believed.

Coz now people will ask questions like:

So can i go on non menstruation days?

Shall i operate myself and ensure i do not get menstruation?

And then out of say 100 women who will goto sabarimala during menstruation few will not get affected at all?

And then they will still think what is connection between menstruation and God.

Why is Ayyappa partial in punishing? Why God punishes only females, why this partiarchy?

First understand the context.

So see temples are not places of worship.

Ayyappa is not God. We worship Ayyappa because we saw God in him. He is a deity. Deity is God like. We see God in Sun, Trees, Snakes, Ayyappa is like God, so meaning i can call Ayyappa God as well but its ok if i say deity or if i don’t believe as well.

I mean, tell me isn’t God everywhere. So you are God as well, in that sense Ayyappa is God. Whole Universe, cosmos is God right. This is the crux of the matter which is why we used to worship snakes, elephants, monkeys, various Gods etc.

I mean can anyone say God is 100% this or that. No right? We can all describe only certain portions of God or explain God to an extent.

God in Totality no one can know, in fact humans can know only so much.

But again not necessary you have to follow the same.

So what is one of the point of God. Point is to be good whether you believe in God, Athiest or many Gods. Live and Let live.

I mean isnt that’s what every faith teaches. To be good, to be in harmony.

In Hinduism you can believe God, or No God. Hinduism first of all is not a religion. Hindu is a person who believes whatever he wants including being a athiest. But a hindu also does not say other faiths are wrong or Hindu way is only way.

Infact, you can believe shiva and allah. You are a hindu, if you don’t say only your God is God.

You are athiest, you are a hindu. But you don’t say no God to others.

Only thing is you dont say your way is the only way. You are a Hindu.

In fact word Hindu word evolved because anyone born in between land of Himalayas and Indian Ocean is a Hindu. This is the physical or root meaning.

Belief wise Hinduism=Any religion or an Atheist but don’t say others are wrong. That’s all. You are a Hindu

As for scriptures, mantras, poojas, mythology etc. they are different context.
Again it will be a big topic to answer. You can see the video:

So anyone can create Gods in Hinduism. Snake God, Amman(Village God) etc. It means hindu sees God in everything.

But unfortunately over centuries like many things in the world we forgot the essence and got stuck with rituals, worship etc.

They are places with certain energy fields.

Now question will arise what energy, is it a must to goto temple to get energy.

Can’t i meditate.

This is like short sight questions or views? Becoz temples, hinduism concept is ocean. First you have to know and then question.

See the temples were built for a certain reason, in a certain time. We need to understand the context.

So point is not only temples.

I am saying anything, we should discuss. Now if both sides say, me and my friend we start a business.

I am strong about some idea, he is strong about some idea.

Now, this is where we need to deal and tread carefully. Point is LIVE & LET LIVE.

Now unfortunately everyone is bound my some image, time, ideology etc.

Nobody is ready to step in each other shoe, that’s all.

Supreme court thinks law is supreme. Yes, it is but law should help people.

Amit shah thinks Hindus are right. Yes hindus are right but they should avoid making it a communal issue. Amit shah should have called all religious leaders in kerala for meeting and bring peace to situation instead of calling only hindu leaders.

I am saying everyone keep aside all emotions, put forward views, find a solution.

Then not only sabarimala any issue can be sorted.

In today’s world these things are hard to be believed.

Coz now people will ask questions like:

So can i go on non menstruation days.

Shall i operate myself and ensure i do not get menstruation.

And then out of say 100 women who will goto sabarimala during menstruation few will not get affected at all.

And then they will still think what is connection between menstruation and God. Why is Ayyappa partial in punishing? Why God punishes only females, why this partiarchy?

First understand the context.

So see temples are not places of worship.

Ayyappa is not God. We worship Ayyappa because we saw God in him. He is a deity. Deity is God like. We see God in Sun, Trees, Snakes, Ayyappa is like God, so meaning i can call Ayyappa God as well but its ok if i say deity or if i don’t believe as well.

I mean, tell me isn’t God everywhere. Whole Universe, cosmos is God right. This is the crux of the matter which is why we used to worship snakes, elephants, monkeys, various Gods etc.

But again not necessary you have to follow the same.

So point is to be good whether you believe in God, Athiest or many Gods.

I mean isnt that’s what every faith teaches. To be good, to be in harmony.

In Hinduism you can believe God, or No God. Hinduism first of all is not a religion. Hindu is a person who believes whatever he wants including being a athiest. But a hindu also does not say other faiths are wrong or Hindu way is only way

Infact, you can believe shiva and allah. You are a hindu, if you don’t say only your God is God.

You are athiest, you are a hindu. But you don’t say no God to others.

Only thing is you dont say your way is the only way. You are a Hindu.

In fact word Hindu word evolved because anyone born in between land of Himalayas and Indian Ocean is a Hindu. This is the physical or root meaning.

Belief wise Hinduism=Any religion or an Atheist but don’t say others are wrong. That’s all. You are a Hindu

As for scriptures, mantras, poojas, mythology etc. they are different context.
Again it will be a big topic to answer. You can see the video:

So anyone can create Gods in Hinduism. Snake God, Amman(Village God) etc. It means hindu sees God in everything.

But unfortunately over centuries like many things in the world we forgot the essence and got stuck with rituals, worship etc.

They are places with certain energy fields.

Now question will arise what energy, is it a must to goto temple to get energy.

Can’t i meditate.

This is like short sight questions or views? Becoz temples, hinduism concept is ocean. First you have to know and then question.

See the temples were built for a certain reason, in a certain time. We need to understand the context.

So point is not only temples.

I am saying anything, we should discuss. Now if both sides say, me and my friend we start a business.

I am strong about some idea, he is strong about some idea.

Now, this is where we need to deal and tread carefully. Point is LIVE & LET LIVE.

Now unfortunately everyone is bound by some image, time, ideology etc.

Nobody is ready to step in each other shoe, that’s all.

Supreme court is a law making body and thinks law is supreme. But why are laws made in the first place? Yes, it is a respectes body but law should help people. So law can change if situations demand.

Amit shah thinks Hindus are right. The BJP is a pro-hindu party. Yes hindus are right in this case but they should avoid making it a communal issue. Amit shah should have called all religious leaders in kerala for meeting and bring peace to situation instead of calling only hindu leaders recently. BJP is a political party but they shouls have thought beyond politics in this case and bring about peace by taking all sides into confidence.

I am saying like this everyone keep aside all emotions, put forward views, find a solution.

Then not only sabarimala any issue can be sorted.

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Rajinikanth is also Human. Question is which part of his human Nature you saw

I am not saying you are wrong. Eg: You saw a man shooting an other man.

I see the same situation. I see the man shot another man because the man had killed his father few days back.

I am not endorsing murder, just see the context. Same situation bit two views.

Now coming to Rajinikanth.
He is not God.
He is human.
He would have made mistakes.
He will make mistakes.

Now i don’t justify his mistakes and i m not his fan.

All i am saying is trust me can he live without all this.

Ask yourself, trust me among all celebrities if there is one person who can quit everything and go, he is the only person. Even you know this.

Next is there any rule – spiritual or political person should not be rich.

Now are you sure Rajini does little charity compared to you.

Its a fact, Rajini does MORE CHARITY than you or most of us in life.

So now you are point is why he earns so much money?

Why he is living rich life while so many people are struggling?

Why he is not living simple life?

Why he is not donating or helping more money?

Think.
Yes why you want Rajini to be without defects.

I have defects.
Even you have defects.
Rajini has defects.

But let us agree, he also has more good qualities than you.

Doesnt mean i will support if he does something wrong tomorrow….

Its like me writing this useless article on my website while my soldiers are putting their life on line for my well being at the border.

So my article is waste.

Its like discos, pubs, movie theatres, bars are useless while our soldiers are sacrficing life for us at border.

I am saying never compare anyone with others.

Don’t compare two situations.

Know the context of Rajinikanth, be in his shoes. Then also you can  just say it is your opinion.

Not the whole truth.

For a fish what is Air – it is water.

For a human water- is not Air.

You never know as i said you saw a murder, i saw revenge.

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What is ramar pillai doing now?

This the last update I could find, hope this helps.

The Herbal Fuel Druid

SUPERGREEN BIKE: When he rode his TVS moped 15 years
ago on herbal fuel that he had ‘invented’, his wife was dutifully
sitting on the pillion. Today, he lives in hiding.

Remember Ramar Pillai, the wiry self-styled alchemist who could turn
water into gasoline? With crude oil prices so volatile in this day and
age, the 48-year-old is the miracle man the world needs. If only he can
get his chemistry right. Nearly 15 years after his magic fuel was
exposed as a combustible cocktail of petrol adulterated with cheap
industrial spirits, Pillai is threatening to strike again. This time,
armed with wisps of organic chemistry knowledge, patent applications,
and dubious certifications from overseas scientists.

Pillai first shot to fame in 1996, when he claimed to have
concocted a cheap herbal alternative to petroleum. Scientists and
politicians alike were taken in by his demonstration, using jerry cans,
plastic funnels, thistle funnels, burettes and the like. The final act
of his PC Sorcar-like show would usually involve Pillai driving a herbal
fuel powered TVS 50 moped, with wife in tow. But he always kept the
formula secret.

At the time, a senior advisor at the Central Government’s
department of science and technology had this to say: “Tests conducted
by Madras IIT found Pillai’s petrol to be ten times more efficient than
ordinary petrol.” Impressed, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi
promised free land for Pillai to grow his wonder herbs and set up a
factory, besides financial assistance for research. Riding high on fame,
he even set up a dozen retail outlets in Chennai, handed out franchises
under Tamildevi as a brand, and began selling his magic potion for
around Rs 15 a litre, a good Rs 20 cheaper than petrol then.

In a country in love with folk heroes, Pillai’s was a compelling
story of farm-raised genius. From Rajapalayam in south Tamil Nadu, a
town famous till then only for a fierce canine breed, the ‘Tamil Edison’
had no formal education but plenty of spunk. Even this writer was
intrigued enough to try his herbal petrol, during my student days, in a
65 cc moped. While the fuel works, it also screws up the engine badly.
In 2000, after a spate of consumer complaints and tide of scientist
disenchantment, Pillai’s luck ran out. The Central Bureau of
Investigation arrested him.

For a man who was once the object of curiosity of an entire
country, and the toast of his home state, Pillai now lives in near total
obscurity. His home, a few kilometres from Chennai’s Loyola College, is
in a crowded chawl that overlooks a fish and poultry market. I
ask a vegetable seller next to his house if Pillai stays somewhere
nearby. He has no clue, and is surprised to hear the name. Its fame has
survived, but as a butt of jokes. Tamil cinema comedians have lampooned
him, and tricksters have been nicknamed Ramar Pillai.

The original Pillai lets me into his two-room shanty after some hesitation. His house looks like a mechanic’s workshop. A huge puja
almirah coexists with a heap of nuts and bolts, carcasses of computers
lie scattered, and there’s an under-repair air cooler near some large
plastic drums of herbal fuel. Separated from his wife and two children
since his arrest, he now lives with a friend’s family who he claims has
adopted him. I suggest going to a municipal park where it may be easier
for us to speak privately, but he says being seen in public could be a
threat to his life. Instead, he settles down in a grimy easy chair—to
explain how he was shafted by a corrupt and greedy system.

So what went wrong? Talking about cases against him, Pillai’s
manner resembles comic villains’ in Tamil films. Exhaling sarcasm, he
questions the competence of cops to frame charges against a scientist.
“It is the patent office that should have verified my claims.” He claims
never to have confessed to herbal fraud. “The politicians knew what I
had invented was very precious. They were upset that I refused them a
share of the commercial benefits. In collusion with scientists who were
jealous that a rank outsider had invented something like this, they
framed me.”

Despite all evidence of penury around him, Pillai himself looks
prosperous. He wears a thick gold chain around his neck and is looking
rather well-fed since I met him last in 1998. What has he been up to? “I
have read organic chemistry books from the BSc to MSc levels. My
problem was that I couldn’t speak to scientists in a language they could
understand.” He then whips out a dossier with copies of his patent
applications in India, and endorsement from Ivan Christensen, head of
laboratory testing at the Danish Institute of Technology. In a 2008
letter, Christensen wrote: ‘Ramar has demonstrated several quick methods
for producing bio-fuel. The fuel burned readily, and there is no doubt
that plenty of fuel can be produced at low price. For this reason, his
discovery is unique, and Ramar deserves some worldwide reputation, eg.
By Nobel Prize.’ Contacted by Open, Christensen acknowledges
the letter, but adds that he got carried away when he saw the
experiments first hand. “We all make mistakes,” he says, “I think it was
one of them. I’m afraid it is a blot on my scientific career.”

However, Pillai claims to be in talks with several governments in
Southeast Asia to obtain local patents and start commercial production.
“The Malaysians, for instance, have given me a lot of respect that’s
absent in India. I’m likely to get approvals from them in a couple of
months, and then you’ll see what Ramar Pillai can do.”

If that claim is not bizarre enough, Pillai says that it would
take little to create annual capacity in 15 days flat to exceed the
amount of petrol Indian Oil Corp sells in Tamil Nadu. But he needs to
stay alive, you understand. “Do you know the number of people who are
out to kill me?” he asks, with a touch of melodrama that wouldn’t be out
of place in a spy thriller, “I know they will get me one day, but I
have made such arrangements that within two hours of my death, my
formula will become public property and the names of all those who have
conspired against me and our country benefitting from my invention will
be out in the open.”

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What can I do with the petrol pump problem legally without much trouble?

Suppose ur friend works at that pump, then..so try and a make rapport, atleast act.
Most guys are uneducated, just be friendly, tip them once in a while. And then once you win their trust, they will not cheat you.
Just tell or bluff like that petrol pump last time they cheated you, did u see news those guys wer caught, ask him jokingly hope u guys r gud, question him how exactly the fuel works, once in a while ask him to give the nozzle to you etc. Hey how was the match yesterday, where wer u last week,
Oops I will pay 2 mro buddy, forgot wallet etc….

Second you can ask them to lock the fuel gun and them tell to fill up, and stop only once when the lock triggers. Tell them to hold it NOT too inside the fuel tank because this will trigger the lock unnecessarily if the nozzle touches the fuel in the tank.
Avoid petrol pumps at Highway or lonely places, these people will mostly rig the fuel machine or adulterate the fuel.
Try Shell pumps only.
Make sure you identify and fill petrol at the pumps you are familiar and established rapport with.

So by now you know which pumps give u rite fuel for ur money.
Plan and fill regularly at these places as you would have made rapport at these places.
You can follow the rules, make a complaint online or call the media etc but do these only if you are sure of stopping the issue at the pump and biting the bullet till the end and hope no backlashes in the future.
Coz it’s simple, the oil companies know the pump is doing it, cops know it, the pump owner knows, it, the big shots of our country know about it, the rich , powerful people know it.

So raise the issue if u can completely stop and change the system at the petrol pump else be smart. If not that pump find another pump and I m sure uve friends in life though uve enemies, similarly I m sure u can make friends with atleast 4 petrol pumps, be smart and patient.
The reason they do this is fuel is now a low margin business, the guys are paid peanuts, they are not educated, have low incomes, off course it’s wrong but u questioning them also is not going to work always. So tip them once in a while.
Avoid peak hours if you wanted to be cheated less.
Take a can or bottle and go. Park ur vehicle nearby, take a walk at weekends with the can, send ur buddy with the bottle and u be nearby and unnoticed.

Demand for machine bill that comes from the petrol dispensing machine itself, I m not telling about cash receipts or bill for your card payment.
The machine bill will show the density and how much fuel is exactly dispensed by the nozzle. It is tough to rig the machine.
MOST IMPORTANTLY SHARE WITH ALL THE PEOPLE YOU KNOW.
Inspite of all this you will still be cheated but that would 1 in 10 times.sodont wry, its like how u dint study for ur board exam or how u lost a 100 rupee that day. So once a while it’s fine. If there is good bad will exist in this world. Question is how much of bad you want to face. And over few years this problem will still exist but not by a large margin…..just imagine

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Can land be considered as a product under consumer protection act 1986?

To an extent yes, For eg: If the land you are talking about is brought from a real estate developer and there has been deficiency in service like wrong pricing, cheating or not delivering the land as per your expectation, then yes. You can file against the builder or developer telling that there is deficiency service like you brought a TV from a showroom.

Otherwise also you can give try the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016

Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 – Wikipedia

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 is an Act of the Parliament of India which seeks to protect home-buyers as well as help boost investments in the real estate industry.

An Act to establish the Real Estate Regulatory Authority for regulation and promotion of the real estate sector and to ensure sale of plot, apartment of building, as the case may be, or sale of real estate project, in an efficient and transparent manner and to protect the interest of consumers in the real estate sector and to establish an adjudicating mechanism for speedy dispute redressal and also to establish the Appellate Tribunal to hear appeals from the decisions, directions or orders of the Real Estate Regulatory Authority and the adjudicating officer and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

Provisions

Registration

The Real Estate Act makes it mandatory for all commercial and residential real estate projects where the land is over 500 square metres, or eight apartments, to register with the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) for launching a project, in order to provide greater transparency in project-marketing and execution. For on-going projects which have not received completion certificate on the date of commencement of the Act, will have to seek registration within 3 months. Application for registration must be either approved or rejected within a period of 30 days from the date of application by the RERA. On successful registration, the promoter of the project will be provided with a registration number, a login id and password for the applicants to fill up essential details on the website of the RERA. For failure to register, a penalty of up to 10 percent of the project cost or three years’ imprisonment may be imposed. Real estate agents who facilitate selling or purchase of properties must take prior registration from RERA. Such agents will be issued a single registration number for each State or Union Territory, which must be quoted by the agent in every sale facilitated by him.

Protection of buyers

The Act prohibits unaccounted money from being pumped into the sector and as now 70 per cent of the money has to be deposited in bank accounts through cheques. A major benefit for consumers included in the Act is that builders will have to quote prices based on carpet area and not super built-up area, while carpet area has been clearly defined in the Act to include usable spaces like kitchen and toilets.

Real Estate Regulatory Authority and Appellate Tribunal

It will help establish state-level Real Estate Regulatory Authorities (RERAs) to regulate transactions related to both residential and commercial projects and ensure their timely completion and handover. Appellate Tribunals will now be required to adjudicate cases in 60 days as against the earlier provision of 90 days and Regulatory Authorities to dispose of complaints in 60 days while no time frame was indicated in earlier Bill.

RERA Rules

The Act under S.84 contemplates that within 6 months of the RERA Act being enforced, State Governments shall make rules for carrying out the provisions of Act. The said Rules are to be notified by the respective State Government.

As late as October 31, 2016, Central Government, released the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) (General) Rules, 2016, vide Notification by the Ministry of Housing & Urban Population (HUPA). The Rules so issued by the Central Government are applicable to the five Union Territories without Legislature viz., Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, Lakshadweep and Chandigarh. The Rules have been issued after prior release of Draft for comments.

For Delhi, the Ministry of Urban Development is in the process of finalisation of rules while the state governments have to notify the rules on their own.

States like Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu tag behind in implementation of the Rules, with their Rules still not notified. The saving grace being that they are at the advanced stages of finalising the Rules. Maharashtra has issued Rules for consultation also.

Uttar Pradesh is the one of the first States to publish Rules for its respective State.