Hindu Jagran Vedike: ‘Non-Hindus should not set up shops in Kukke temple on Champa Shashthi’…announcement of Hindu Jagran Vedike – न्यूज़लीड India

Hindu Jagran Vedike: ‘Non-Hindus should not set up shops in Kukke temple on Champa Shashthi’…announcement of Hindu Jagran Vedike


oi-Ankur Sharma


Updated: Thursday, November 24, 2022, 11:38 [IST]

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Hindu Jagran Vedike:
Right-wing Indian Hindu activist groups Hindu Jagran Vedike and Hindu Jagran Forum are in news for one of their controversial posters. It has pasted posters on the walls of the Kukke temple at Subramanya in Dakshina Kannada district, asking it to ban shops and stalls belonging to other communities in the temple during ‘Champa Sashti’. Let us tell you that it is on 29 November. There is a special festival in the temple on this special occasion, on this day lakhs of devotees come to visit the temple. There is a fair-like atmosphere in the temple premises, along with the items of worship, there are stalls of food and drink, in which people of other religions also have shops.

Hindu Jagran Vedike

Hindu Jagran Vedike and Hindu Jagran Forum say that Hindu people are not being treated well in the country. Incidents like love jihad and religious conversion are increasing continuously in the country, so stalls of non-Hindus should not be set up in the temple premises.

Lakhs of people come to visit

Let us tell you that the Kukke temple is the standard of faith. Where every year lakhs of people come for darshan. It is located in Subramanya village of Dakshina Kannada, where Lord Subrahmanya is worshipped, who is said to be the lord of all serpents. It is said that whatever is asked for in this temple, that wish is definitely fulfilled. By the way, people come here mainly to remove the snake defect.

Hindu Jagran Vedike

It is to be known that Champa Shashthi is celebrated on the Shashthi date of Shukla Paksha of Agahan month or Marshish month. On this day the Markandeya form of Lord Shiva is worshipped. Now, since snakes are the garland around the neck of Lord Shiva, special worship is done on this day in the Kukke temple. However, according to Skandpuran, this day is also dedicated to Kartikeya, the elder son of Lord Shiva, hence it is also called Skanda Shashthi.

Hindu Jagran Vedike

People keep fast on this day and eat fruits. This time Shashthi Tithi will start on Monday, November 28 at 01.35 pm, but according to Udayatithi, Champa Shashthi’s fast will be on November 29 only.

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Karnataka ‘Non-Hindus should not set up shops in Kukke Subrahmanya temple on Champa Shashthi’… Hindu Jagran Vedike put up posters.

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