Monday, May 30, 2011

Hindu-Jews protest against defaming Lord Shiva in United States strongly

As mark of an ideal effort to strengthen religious bonds, Jews in United States are supporting a US-based Hindu group, distressed at the portrayal of the image of Lord Shiva in Nataraja form on leggings, harem-pants and miniskirts. The mischievous act was done by globally celebrated “Manish Arora” fashion label of India.

One of the main strugglers, against the said pernicious activity, has been Rabbi ElizaBeth W. Beyer, renowned Jewish leader in Nevada (United States of America). In her statement, the venerated Rabbi stated even if reflection of the sanctified may be an effort to compliment, the fashion house is clearly insensate in trying to market Hinduism’s respected deity along with sacrosanct notions. She also pleaded internationally renowned “Manish Arora” fashion label to steer clear of hurting billions Hindus through reworking the image with apposite consultants.

As per ElizaBeth W. Beyer, liberal Jews are known to favor gospels of freedom of expression, but this is the time that businesses must show liability and not use revered religious traditions and symbols gratuitously to better commercial interests altogether.

Speaking on this sudden development, prominent Hindu statesman in United States, Rajan Zed, stated in his release from western USA, it was highly worrying to perceive an image of Lord Shiva, greatly revered in Hinduism, on women's legwear. It is known to all that God Shiva is worshipped in temples or home shrines and not desecrated by wearing on the legs and other lower parts of the body for the commercial greed of a fashion house.

Rajan Zed is also the President of Universal Society of Hinduism and has asked Manish Arora to express regret, stop selling and recall legwear having Hindu Lord Shiva straight away in public. He has also stated that businesses have got to be more aware while dealing with faith related subjects and sanctified emblems of all religions.

It is to be noted that lots of hue and cry took place when a model portrayed an image of Goddess Lakshmi on her swimwear at a fashion event held in Sydney (Australia) recently.

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