Hindu temples are centers of energy manifestation. Consecration, Pranapratishta, Avahanam are done for the same purpose. There is a vigyan of subtle sound science associated with it. Ancient temples especially the Punyasthalams, Divyadesams, Shaktipeethams, Abhimanasthalams etc have a particular sound vibration and energies associated, which have been preserved for centuries.
In the first case, a temple is meant as a sacred place, not a tourist place. Non-Hindus can be disrespectful either due to ignorance or intentionally. Recently, in the Mahabalipuram shore temple – which is one of the oldest structural stone temples of South India, some muslims were allegedly seen doing Namaz in temple premises.
— इलाहाबादी चौड़े से (@PrayagWala) August 11, 2018
Earlier, SatyaVijayi spoke to the Twitter user who has alleged that namaz was being performed in the heritage site of Mahabalipuram and confirmed the incident. Several twitter users have also raised concern over this particular incident.
Hindu temple is not a picnic spot… Temples should allow only Hindus and non Hindus should not be allowed even inside surroundings of temples.See how peacefuls doing Namaz in Mahabalipuram temple Oemises . pic.twitter.com/gBQ1a48uyS
— Girish Bharadwaja (@Girishvhp) August 11, 2018
Deliberate attempt to provoke Hindus so #Peacefuls can unleash yet another victimhood narrative. In typical Ulta chor kotwaal Ko daante style–they will allege that religious rights of Muslims being violated by Hindutva. Barkha will then preach Ishwar Allah same, why protest? https://t.co/CljHWrlHTR
— MadhuPurnima Kishwar (@madhukishwar) August 12, 2018
Why in mahabalipuram temple Hindus wear cap and doing Namaz?
And few Hindus wear burga also?
Why ? 😡😡😡
இவனுங்க மூத்தர சந்துளையும் தொழுவானுங்க …. pic.twitter.com/sXnOyltJrj
— Subash இனி(சுபாஷினி) (@swamisaranamm) August 11, 2018