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Statue of Goddess Saraswati Vandalized in School Premises.

June 12, 2014

Jyeshtha Pournima, Kaliyug Varsha 5116

A statue of Goddess Saraswati, which donned the prime place in the premises of Saraswati Vidyaniketan in Onnaammile, Kumili has been vandalized. According to sources, a group of miscreants stormed the school premises at night and wrecked havoc. The statue was found with its head and hands severed off.

Reacting to the incident, various Hindu organizations have voiced dissent and registered their protest against the matter.

According to school authorities, there has been a record increase in the number of admissions in Saraswati Vidyalaya, when compared to other schools in Onnaammile. “This could have led to feelings of jealousy and animosity , which could have led to anti- social elements¬† into committing this crime.”.

Hindu leaders have expressed apprehensions over the incident, asserting that this is the handiwork of anti-nationals who want to flag off communal dissent.

Kumili witnessed strong remonstrations and public meetings by various groups of Sangh Parivar. The public address was inaugurated by Swami Devachaitanya.

Source: Haindava Keralam

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One Response to Statue of Goddess Saraswati Vandalized in School Premises.

  1. Raghunathan Srinivasan says:

    Instead of defending, every Hindu should conduct himself in such a way that nobody dares to harm him/her! ‘ The Saranagathi thathva ‘ and the example of Krishna not going to the rescue of Draupathi, in the court of Dhrithashtratha, as long as she tried to protect herself and by herself, have been misinterpreted and misfollowed by Hindus themselves and have landed them into inaction, which is worse than Rajasa guna!! I am reminded of a story: A cobra was raising his hood now and then; so the passers by did not dare to go near him and were cursing him; but he never harmed any body; upset with the behaviour of the people, he complained to a Sadhu; the sadhu advised him to be polite and not frighten the people; the snake behaved very soft and did not raise his hood; at this people thought that he had become weak and incapable; so the passers by started pelting stones at him; he bore too many wounds; when the sadhu saw the cobra, he told what happened; then the Sadhu told him that preserving oneself is a dharma; and so he should at least Hiss and send message to the people that he was quite potent to kill them in case they dared to trouble him!After that, the Cobra was comfortable and the passer too

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