As per Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code states - "Whoever voluntarily has carnal intercourse against the laws of nature w...
As per Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code states - "Whoever voluntarily has carnal intercourse against the laws of nature with any man, woman or animal shall be punished with imprisonment for life."
Now days the Delhi High Court made it legalizes the consensual homosexual activities between adults. Due to the high support for granting of the ‘Gay – Rights Many Indian communities are not in the favour of the decision, hence the Supreme Court overruled the judgment of the High Court and the matter remains questionable.
Do you Guys really think that it’s right? A Big question arises what you say when you see the beautiful heritage preserved the Hindu Mythology sculptures supports ‘Same –Sex’ relationships?
The tale is a part from Mahabharat ‘Aravan’ the son of Arjuna and Ulupi – who sacrificed their life for Pandavas to win Mahabharat war. Aravan the patron god of well-known transgender communities called Ali. Aravan did not want to die unmarried and no women wants to marry Aravan as he will die the next day of his marriage. Lord Krishna – took Mohini avatar and married Aravan. He also slept with him for the whole night and the next she became the widow of Aravan.
From the tales- An old tale says once Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati went to Lord Vishnu place. Shiva asks Vishnu to take her beautiful Mohini avatar. When Vishnu took gorgeous Mohini roop Shiva overcome by the lust and envies Mata Parvati and from the coupling of Shiva and Mohini Maha – Sastha is born. Look the tales itself has proved for homosexuality.
It is said in the Ramayana - “In order to taste Ravana, the Rakshasa women would kiss each other on the lips”
It is said in order to understand the Maya of Lord Vishnu - Lord Narada baths into a lotus and when he came out of the pound he forgot that he is a man and transformed into a beautiful lady and married a king lives his life as Queen and had happy married life with her children.
These sculptures also have clear signs. Have a look at this sculpture in the temples of Khajuraho.
As per the Hindu Mythology there are the illustrations in the Rigveda, that tell about the Homosexuality in ancient times – ‘Kamasutra’ the Indian treatise on the sex which shows the clear homosexuality without any hypocrisy.
It’s not just only these tales that are the evident that proves Homosexuality had its roots in ancient time.
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