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Hindu Seva Kendram handed over donations for renovation of a temple at Malayattoor

Hindu Seva Kendram handed over funds for the renovation of the Vallimanala Temple located at West Colony, Malayattoor, Ernakulam District. Smt. VA Kausalya received the cheque from Saneesh, the office bearer for Hindu Seva Kendram chapter. The Valli Manala Temple is being renovated as a result of the many sacrifices and struggles of the Hindu community.

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Hindu Seva Kendram Funds Bhajan Madom for the Coming Generations

A humble donation bestowed before Sri Ayyappa Swamy by the volunteers of Hindu Seva Kendram Kuttanadu Chapter for the reconstruction of Bhajan Madom (Hall For Meditation) maintained by Ayyappa Seva Sangham.

Hindu Seva Kendram centers operating across Kerala at the panchayat level provides various assistance to Hindus. The Hindu Seva Kendram has developed and successfully implemented numerous schemes for deserving Hindu families.

Hindu Seva Kendram conducts it’s activities through various schemes like Annalakshmi Yojana to alleviate hunger, Sanjeevani for medicine and treatment, Hridayapoorvam for pediatrics etc and carry out it’s services by conducting religious schools, legal conciliation support, empower against conversion etc.

To know about the Hindu Seva Kendram in your town and to find out the services available there, or to start a Hindu Seva Kendram in your town please feel free to connect with us.

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Government diverts Guruvayur Treasury Revenue; The Battle of the Hindu Seva Kendram sees victory!

The Hon’ble High Court has directed that the Temple Revenue must not be diverted to the Government in a case filed by the Hindu Seva Kendram in connection with the transfer of funds from the Guruvayur Temple Treasury to the Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund. The ruling is a major setback to the government’s ploy to take over the temple treasury under the current situation of a significant drop in temple revenue. Mr. Prasanna Kumar, an activist of Hindu Seva Kendram, approached the High Court through Adv. Krishnaraj and Adv. Pratheesh Vishwanath.

The court ruling comes as a boost to the Hindu Seva Kendram ‘s ongoing battles against encroachment and misuse of Temple property and it’s assets. Earlier, the Hindu Seva Kendra have retaliated court orders against the lease of temple land for cultivation as well as the conversion of temple ponds for fish farming.
Further Hindu Seva Kendram had filed a complaint in the court against the sale of Temple assets by Paramekavu Devaswom.

All these days Devaswom Board was dancing to the tunes of State Governments to attrite the Resources of Hindu Temples. It is really disappointing that no one from our Hindu Community ever raised a little finger against making our Temples a milking cow for the Governments. Now time has changed, Temple Resources belongs to the deva and no one will be allowed to exploit it.


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Hindu Seva Kendram Honors Aravindan

Hindu Seva Kendram honored Aravindan, a native of Thambalakkad who spent weeks in jail for protecting Sabarimala rituals. He was honored at the inauguration ceremony of the Hindu Seva Kendram which started functioning in Kanjirapally panchayath in Kottayam District.

Hindu Seva Kendram provides various services to Hindus through its centers at panchayath level across Kerala. Hindu Seva Kendram has a number of schemes such as Annalakshmi Yojana to eradicate poverty, Sanjeevani scheme for medicine and treatment, Hridayapoorvam Scheme to assist surgery for children, religious schools, legal protection and anti-conversion prevention and many more.

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Thiruvambadi Devaswom Case; Temple Administration under High Court Attention

The High court accepted the petition filed by the Hindu Seva Kendram in connection with the sale of temple property to pay off Rs 80 crore debt of the Thiruvambadi Devaswom.

The court directed to send a notice to the Thiruvambadi temple administration to find those responsible persons and fix the account records properly.
The Honorable court also questioned the Devaswom Board that on what authority had the board taken bank loans by mortgaging the property of the deity, who is considered a minor in terms of law. Also, the court observed that if the property of the minor is purchased what right would the buyer get from the purchase of the property.
The Thiruvambadi temple administration will be under the High Court Attention.

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Hindu Seva Kendram cleans temple premises

Hindu Seva Kendram Cheruthazham Panchayat Committee cleaned the premises of Uliyath Sri Krishna Temple. The initiative was led by President Radhakrishnan and Secretary Umanad with active participation of Rajesh Uliyam, Raghunath, Jayaraj and Vishnu Chittoth.

Hindu Seva Kendram provides various services to Hindus through its centers at panchayath level across Kerala. Hindu Seva Kendram has a number of schemes such as Annalakshmi Yojana to eradicate poverty, Sanjeevani scheme for medicine and treatment, Hridayapoorvam Scheme to assist surgery for children, religious schools, legal protection and anti-conversion prevention and many more.

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Thiruvambadi Devaswom Case; Implead Central Govt as Party

Hindu Seva Kendram impleaded the Union Government as a party in a case filed in the High Court in connection with the sale of temple property to pay off Rs 80 crore debt of the Thiruvambadi Devaswom. The central government was added in the said case in a reasonable belief that the state government system, which was taking an anti-Hindu stand, would do no good to the Hindu community. Advocate Krishnaraj has filed the case in the High Court on behalf of Hindu Seva Kendram. Devaswom Board, Thiruvambadi Devaswom, South Indian Bank and the District Judge are among the other parties in the said case.

Hindu Seva Kendram filed a complaint in the Honorable High Court of Kerala, challenging the Devaswom Board’s sale of deity’s properties to settle a debt of Rs 80 crore. Thiruvambadi Devaswom has invited tenders for the sale of deity’s properties. Devaswom Board is in debt of around Rs 80 crore due to corruption and mismanagement.The tender to pay off the debt of Rs 80 crore is in the midst of controversy over the disbursement of Rs 3 crore from a private lease for Devaswom property, deposit of Rs 70 lakh in a personal account related to Sandeepani School and misappropriation of 42 sovereigns related to deity’s ornaments.

Devaswom has the power only to manage the deity’s properties. It is a serious violation of law and corruption by the management to sell the deity’s property. In view of this, the petition filed prayed the court to take over the administration of the temple from the Thiruvambadi Devaswom and to stop the tender process. The petition also demanded that the debt incurred by Devaswom be recovered from the property of the corrupt rulers.

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Devaswom Board to sell temple property to pay off Rs.80 Crore Debt; Hindu Seva Kendram challenges in HC

Hindu Seva Kendram filed a complaint in the Honorable High Court of Kerala, challenging the Devaswom Board’s plan to sell deity’s properties to settle a debt of Rs 80 crore. Thiruvambadi Devaswom has invited tenders for the sale of deity’s properties. Devaswom Board is in debt of around Rs 80 crore due to corruption and mismanagement.The tender to pay off the debt of Rs 80 crore is in the midst of controversy over the disbursement of Rs 3 crore from a private lease for Devaswom property, deposit of Rs 70 lakh in a personal account related to Sandeepani School and misappropriation of 42 sovereigns related to deity’s ornaments.

Devaswom has the power only to manage the deity’s properties. It is a serious violation of law and corruption by the management to sell the deity’s property. In view of this, the petition filed prayed the court to take over the administration of the temple from the Thiruvambadi Devaswom and to stop the tender process. The petition also demanded that the debt incurred by Devaswom be recovered from the property of the corrupt rulers.

It is a delusion that the debt incurred by Dewasom Board due to mismanagement can be paid off by selling the property of the deity.

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“Temple ponds are not for fish farming”, comments HC; Devaswom Board lost face again

Honorable High Court commented on fish farming in temple ponds. The Honorable High Court mentioned that temple ponds are not places for fish farming, when the complaint filed by the Hindu Seva Kendram was taken up today. Honorable High Court itself came to the scene with criticism against the Devaswom Board. The High Court has sought clarification from all the Devaswom Boards in Kerala on this matter. The case is set to return to court on May 13.

Temple Advisory Committees starts cultivation without any special orders from the Devaswom Boards and the Boards leave it unseen, this is Fish Farming mode of operandi. The court took up the case this morning and clarified its strong stand on the issue. Hindu Seva Kendram has intervened against attempts to turn temple ponds into fish markets.

Hindu Seva Kendram filed a petition in the High Court following the intrusion of the government’s fish farming program into temple ponds under various Devaswom Boards in Kerala. The temple ponds are closely associated with the temple rituals, the recent move to commercialize these ponds have a mysterious purpose. Such activities are initiated by advisory committees favorable to the present government. As part of this, initial steps have been taken for fish farming in temple ponds including Kottarakkara and Koodalmanikyam. The intervention of Hindu Seva Kendram came as the Devaswom Board remained silent on the matter.

The move by the comrades to tarnish the sanctity of the temple ponds and turn them into public pools will be resisted in all means.

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Temple ponds for Fish Farming; Hindu Seva Kendram files petition in HC

Hindu Seva Kendra has filed a writ petition in the High Court following the intrusion of the government’s fish farming scheme into temple ponds under various Devaswom Boards in Kerala. The temple ponds are closely associated with the temple rituals, the recent move to commercialize these ponds have a mysterious purpose. Such activities are initiated by advisory committees favorable to the present government. As part of this, initial steps have been taken for fish farming in temple ponds including Kottarakkara and Koodalmanikyam. The intervention of Hindu Seva Kendram came as the Devaswom Board remained silent on the matter.

All Hindus are requested to stand against the movement of comrades to tarnish the sanctity of temple ponds and turn them into public pools.

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