What is the recognition regarding gay marriage in Sanatan tradition? There is a big flaw in seeing them!


Kolkata: What does Hinduism say about same-sex marriage, which has been legalized in some countries of the world? Let us know why saints and scholars associated with the Sanatan tradition consider it a mental illness – According to popular beliefs, Lord Ayyappa was born from the union of the female form of Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva in Hinduism. Similarly, due to a curse, Raja Ila was married to Budha only after being transformed into a female form, but there is no mention of marriage of any goddess with another goddess or any god with any other god. Our sages neither allowed it nor mentioned it anywhere.

According to the president of the Hindu Mahasabha, the name of the world’s first transgender was Raja Il. It is believed that once he had entered the restricted area of ​​Shivlok, where Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati used to rest. Belief that any male person who used to go to that restricted area used to convert into a woman. Due to this the king turned into Ila Ila and was later married to Budha and had a child named Pururava. When Pururava grew up, he asked the reason for his mother’s sadness. When he came to know the truth, he got rid of this curse by worshiping Shiva.

The philosophy of homosexuals seems to be a big flaw!

According to the sage saint, gay marriage is a tradition that creates evil in the society. The special thing is that there is no social utility of such marriage. In mythology, there is a reference to a man marrying a woman because of a woman’s curse or for any other reason, but there is no mention of a man marrying a man or a woman marrying a woman. There seems to be a big fault of seeing people who have married gays.

Not only the central government but also saints are protesting for its recognition

Not only the central government but also saints are strongly opposing the recognition of same-sex marriages. According to Swami Chakrapani, in ancient times, such incidents have happened due to circumstances and in that too only marriage of man and woman took place, not of man and man or woman and woman and woman.

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