The mentality of Congress is completely different and filled with duality. When in power, it announces that Ramayan and everything associated with it is fake. It was once all set to destroy the Ram Sethu which was built by Lord Sri Ram. But the unity of Hindus forced it to abandon the anti-Hindu mission.
But as it has lost power at Delhi, the Congress has decided to embrace the culture of the soil. Forget following Hinduism, its leader has even decided to studiously follow and promote “superstition”.
There is a temple located in Hampi that is 350 km from Bangalore. Actually, this temple is part of the Group of Monuments at Hampi, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temple is dedicated to Virupaksha, a form of Shiva. The temple was built by Lakkan Dandesha, a chieftain under the ruler Deva Raya II of the Vijayanagara Empire.
Did you know that the former Prime Minister of India was killed after he visited this temple? Do you know what Rahul Gandhi did?
Even though the temple is an artistic master piece, several politicians including chief ministers and the former Prime Ministers fear to visit this temple. It is believed that after visiting this Virupaksha temple, the former PM Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated. It is also a coincidence that former CM of Karnataka, late S Bangarappa lost power after his visit to the temple in 1992.
Why the politicians lose power?
The devotees are required to pay obeisance to the ancient idol of Lord Shiva from the north direction. The East direction is preserved only for the royal family. But, in India, after winning an election, the politicians are least bothered to follow the rule. The same happened in this case as the VIPs including politicians entered the temple from the east, which is wrong. It is believed that due to this practice, they lose power or end up getting killed.
“Politicians avoid visiting the temple fearing bad luck, They fear they would lose power if they visit and pay obeisance to Virupaksha idol”.
These were the words of Shiv Bhatt, Pracharak at Virupaksha temple, Hampi. “Incidents involving Rajiv Gandhi and Bangarappa have made the belief more stronger. Hence all politicians who are in the district make sure they don’t visit the temple and offer pooja”, he added.
What did the 47 year old youth icon Rahul Gandhi do?
After hearing all these rumors, it seems like Rahul Gandhi’s “valour” disappeared. However he is presently not in power, yet he decided not to pay a visit to the Virupaksha temple, Hampi.
- Rahul Gandhi is not visiting the ancient Virupaksha temple at Hampi. K’taka politician fear that whoever visits loses power.
This was revealed by the senior editor of CNN-News18.
Rahul Gandhi is not visiting the ancient Virupaksha temple at Hampi. K'taka politician fear that whoever visits loses power.
— DP SATISH (@dp_satish) February 10, 2018
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This move by Rahul Gandhi had to face severe criticism from the public. Isn’t this a regressive move by Rahul Gandhi?
“And Rahul Gandhi is the president of a party which passed anti superstition bill”, mocked Rishi Bagree.
& Rahul Gandhi is president of a party which passed anti superstition bill 🤣😂 https://t.co/set35C7XY6
— Rishi Bagree 🇮🇳 (@rishibagree) February 10, 2018
Why this move of Rahul Gandhi has created a massive embarrassment to the Karnataka Congress?
Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah’s brain child act that aims at banning the superstitious practices had faced criticism as few said that it aims at targeting Hindu culture. The Bill was earlier named the Karnataka Prevention and Eradication of Human Sacrifices and other Inhuman Evil and Aghori Practices and Black Magic Bill, 2017, it has since been renamed the Karnataka Prevention and Eradication of Inhuman Evil Practices and Black Magic Bill, 2017.
So, when the Karnataka government is all set to stop the superstitious practices, the 47 year old youth icon Rahul Gandhi has created a massive embarrassment to the Karnataka Congress by following the superstition of not paying a visit to the ancient Virupaksha temple at Hampi.
What are the few practices that will be banned under this act?
- Facilitating any person or persons roll over (uruli seve) on the leaves of left over food by other persons in any public or religious places or similar practices that violate human dignity, also known as made snana
- Prohibiting and preventing a person from taking medical treatment in the case of dog, snake, or scorpion bite, and instead giving him ‘treatment’ like Mata-mantra, Gandra-Dora of such other things
These are some of the practices which will be banned of the act, implemented by the Karnataka Congress in Karnataka state.