Top Court Confirms Ex-Royal Family's Rights In Running Of Kerala Temple

New Delhi:

The Supreme Courtroom on Monday upheld the rights of the previous royal household in working the administration of the Kerala’s Padmanabhaswamy temple, setting apart the 2011 verdict of the Kerala Excessive Courtroom that directed the state authorities to take management of the historic temple in state capital Thiruvananthapuram.

The previous royal household of Travancore, which used to go a belief that managed the temple, had filed an attraction after the Kerala Excessive Courtroom directed the state authorities to arrange a belief to take management of administration and belongings of the temple.

A two choose bench headed by Justice UU Lalit and Indu Malhotra mentioned that as an interim measure, the District Decide of Thiruvananthapuram will head an administrative committee to handle the affairs of the Padmanabhaswamy Temple – mentioned to be one of many richest locations of worship on the earth.

The sprawling temple, an architectural splendour in granite, was rebuilt in its current kind within the 18th century by the Travancore Royal Home which had dominated southern Kerala and a few adjoining elements of Tamil Nadu earlier than integration of the princely state with the Indian Union in 1947.

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