No rituals were performed at the temple in the evening as part of the ongoing practice of the temple.
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Routine poojas and rituals, including Ganapathi homam, usha pooja, irupathionnu kalasam, uchcha pooja, deeparadhana and athazha pooja, will be performed on all the five days.
The Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB), the apex body in the southern state which manages over 1,200 temples, on Thursday said shrines under its management would not permit devotees.
Residents of Ayyappanthangal have complained that garbage collection is very poor in their area. They also allege that garbage is being disposed of by the local panchayat in empty plots.
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The 210 people are suspected to have prevented the entry of women of menstrual age into the Lord Ayyappa shrine.
Sabarimala row: Kerala HC asks state government's response on plea seeking police protection to women
Women approached the Kerala High Court on Tuesday seeking police protection for entering the premises of the Lord Ayyappa temple.
The board said filing a review petition against the top court verdict right now has no relevance.
Valiant attempts by around a dozen women, including activists and journalists in the 10-50 years age group to script history came to nought as frenzied Ayyappa devotees forced them to retreat.
Even as streets in Nilackal and Pamba erupted in tumult, thousands of bare-chested Ayyappa devotees waited patiently in the vast concourse outside Sabarimala for its gates to open.
The face-off is being projected as a battle of faith against the Supreme Court verdict allowing women of all ages to enter Sabarimala.
The only judge who dissented on the five-judge constitution bench was Justice Indu Malhotra, who says that issues raised have serious implications for all religions.
The controversy over the ongoing customs and practices of Sabarimala temple is against the sentiments of crores of devotees and religious beliefs said The Akhila Kerala Thantri Mandalam.