In a recent case, breaching age-old practice to enter a woman in temple to offer prayers at a famous Shani shrine at a village in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, prompted the temple committee to suspend seven security men and asked the villagers to form purification rituals. Not even this specific temple but, there are several temples and mosque that don’t allow women to enter and offer prayers.
Located in the Pathanamthitta district of Kerala, temple restricts the entry of women aged between (12-50 years), basically women who may be menstruating according to the reports
In the Sree Krishna temple situated in Malayinkeezhu village of Thiruvananthapuram reportedly
Jain Temple, Ranakpur in Rajasthan reportedly prohibits the entry of menstruating women and management warns about menstruating women not to enter the temple
In the Sree Krishna temple situated in Malayinkeezhu village of Thiruvananthapuram, women are banned to enter and worship according to the reports
Lord Kartikeya Temple, Pehowa Haryana celebrates Brahmachari (celibate) form of Lord Kartikeya which bars women from entering the temple
Mawali Mata Mandir, Chhattisgarh restricts entering women in the temple and worship according to the reports