Why is it a ‘terrible sin’ for ladies to be permitted close to the tomb of a male Sufi holy person? Aren’t Sufi bosses destined to ladies?” asks Bibi Khatoon, a pioneer of the association that has been overcoming the tempest against ladies looking for endowments at the fifteenth century dargah of the Sufi holy person, Haji Ali Shah.
The Haji Ali Dargah is a dargah (holy place or hospice) as well as a memorable mosque based on an islet off the shoreline of Worli in the southern piece of Mumbai. It brings out extraordinary regard for a great many male and female enthusiasts consistently.
The male-jerk overseers of the dargah have been fervently contradicted to the ladies’ entrance into the sepulcher. They banned ladies from going into the sanctum around five years prior. What’s more, by doing this, the Haji Ali trustees were the primary supposed Sufi adherents in India who banished ladies from the profound convention of place of worship appearance. It openly uncovered the Haji Ali Dargah is in the wrong hands of the retrogressive religious legal advisers and trustees who suspend ladies from holy place appearance.
Be that as it may, this boycott was rejected and tested by the Muslim Mahila Andolan of Bharatiya (BMMA), a Muslim ladies’ rights bunch situated in Mumbai. Testing the limitation forced by the Dargah dominant voices in 2012, the Muslim ladies’ rights bunch took it to the court kept on battling a fight in court with the Haji Ali trustees with an undying soul. Muslim female activists as well as those of the male activists and backers of ladies rights in the nation, having a place with all confidence conventions, additionally maintained this cause against the sex isolation. A few parades were taken out against it the nation over.
After an emphatically lively battle by the ladies’ rights bunches requesting passage for females into the sanctum of the notable dargah of Haji Ali, the Bombay High Court has ruled in a point of interest choice that, “ladies can enter the center or internal sanctum of the Haji Ali Dargah”. The high court has likewise said that, “all important security will be given to ladies who visit the sanctuary” and included that “denying section to ladies inside the place of worship is against principal rights
From that point, ladies rights bunches started to battle for ladies’ entrance into the Haji Ali Dargah’s sanctum. The battle began when an appeal was stopped with the Supreme Court requesting access for ladies to the Sabarimala sanctuary in Kerala. Trupti Desai, president of the Bhumata Brigade, who enormously battled against the long-standing restriction on passage of ladies in some Hindu sanctuaries like Shani Shingnapur and Trimbakeshwar in Maharashtra, likewise remained for sex equity in the Haji Ali Dargah’s sanctum. Deasi had endeavored to enter the dargah with a gathering of ladies in April 2016, however was halted by the police.
Trupti Desai had made it clear that her development did not annoy the religious assumptions, but rather was just restricted to the sex separation rehearsed by the trustees of the Haji Ali Dargah. In any case, ladies were banished from entering the sanctum of Dargah, in spite of a few monstrous battles and serene dissents. Given this long and untiring battle for their popularity based right to visit the heavenly places, the Mumbai High Court’s decision is a murmur of help for the ladies. It fortifies an across the nation battle to permit ladies section to all spots of love. “This is a notable choice, we respect the high court request. It’s a major win for ladies,” said Desai.
Prior as well, the Maharashtra government had bolstered ladies’ interest, expressing that unless the Dargah Trust demonstrates that boycott is supported by their religious sacred writings, ladies ought to be permitted to enter the sanctum sanctorum of Haji Ali