ॐ त्र्यम्बकं यजामहे सुगन्धिं पुष्टिवर्धनम्। उर्वारुकमिव बन्धनान् मृत्योर्मुक्षीय मामृतात्॥
“Intolerance At The Court Of The King Of Lalbagh”

“Intolerance At The Court Of The King Of Lalbagh”

Why? Why is all this being tolerated in the court of King of Lalbagh?
Why are these so-called soldiers of the Ganesha being allowed to treat his devotees worse than animals? These devotees who have fasted day and night without food or water in honor of their Lord, patiently queuing to take their blessings at the feet of Lord Ganesha. Is this no less than molestation? These so-called “protectors” of their Lord, are blatantly and brutally shoving women and the elderly away like a herd of animals.
So where are those activists now who rant and rave about human rights and feminism? why do they remain silent after witnessing this brutal injustice?
Does this grand court treat celebrities and VIPs in the same manner ?? Why, of course not! On the contrary, in this King’s court celebrities are treated more like the deity/Gods themselves. They are privileged! They do not have to stand and wait for hours queuing like second class citizens. They conveniently turn a blind eye and choose to ignore the plight and ill-treatment of thousands.
The king and the court organizer’s are all held accountable for this savage and inhumane treatment of the common people.
This king’s court is, to put it bluntly, uncivilized, ignorant and barbaric.
And please! Don’t give me any bull s**t excuses for them, like it is difficult to manage such large crowds of people etc etc. There are no excuses for such brutish treatment.
It’s simple. If crowds cannot be managed then stop all of this nonsense in the name of God.
If you wish to continue with these rituals then, I implore you to respect everyone who comes to visit and treat all as equals. Because that is what we all are, EQUAL in the eyes of God.
After watching this sad atrocity I think that Lord Ganesha himself must be feeling sickened and repulsed as I am feeling right now.
After watching this video I’m quite sure that no-one will utter a word in response. They believe that doing so will go against their religion. Like the masses, They are fearful.


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