Diya ChavanAsked on 6 February, 2019
What was the entry ban on women at the Sabarimala temple?
According to centuries old tradition, women of menstrual age i.e. aged between 10 years and 50 years, were not allowed to enter the temple.
Harini SenAsked on 6 February, 2019
When was the ban struck down?
On September 28, 2018, the Supreme Court struck down the ban on entry of women of menstrual age, and allowed all women to enter the Sabarimala temple.
Pranav TataAsked on 6 February, 2019
What happened after the Supreme Court verdict?
Despite the Supreme Court verdict, temple authorities remained adamant about not letting women of menstrual age enter. They were supported by right-wing groups and lakhs of protesting Ayyappa devotees who, for months, prevented women from setting foot in the temple.
Aadhya MalikAsked on 6 February, 2019
When is the hearing for review petitions?
The hearing of review petitions was initially slated for January 22, but took place on February 6.