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Neo-Ambedkarite who abused Devi Ekvira made to apologize at the Mandir

A Neo-Ambedkarite youth who abused (archived tweet) Aai Ekvira Devi, the Kuldevi of several Hindu communities, was made to apologize at the temple.

Ambedkarite abuses Ekvira Devi

Neo-Ambedkarites and Neo-Buddhists have regularly bared their Hindudveshi (Hinduphobic) fangs. One such instance recently came to light from Maharashtra. According to information (archived tweet) available on social media, Neo-Ambedkarites abused Devi Ekvira. Aagri Kolis, one of the Hindu communities for who Devi is Kuldevi (family deity), were angered by this abuse.

One was traced by the Kolis and brought to the Devi Mandir. He was brought to the Mandir on his knees and made to apologize by falling at the feet of Ekvira Maa in the Mandir. Furthermore, a case was filed against the Neo-Ambedkarites including a female who abused the deity. The Devi are Kolis’, some CKPs (Chandraseniya Kayastha Prabhu), and Daivadnya Brahmins’ Kuldevi.

The incident highlights that Hindus are awakening to the fact that none can get away with abusing their Devis and Devatas. Hindus will no longer be silent spectators if Hinduphobes insult their deities.

Who is Aai Ekvira?

The Mata Ekvira Mandir is located near Karla caves in Maharashtra’s Lonavala. The Mandir dates back to the Mahabharat Era and is said to have been constructed by the Pandavas. During their fourteen-year exile when the Pandavas reached this region, the Devi appeared before them and asked them to construct a temple at the spot before dawn.

Keeping their word, Pandavas built a Mandir overnight. Devi was pleased with their devotion and blessed them to complete their Agnyatvas (year of hiding) successfully without being discovered. She is said to be an avatar of Mata Renuka Devi.

(Featured Image Source: Twitter)

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