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An article "They wont let me dance for Sai Baba" One can understand that Pandit Birju Maharaj wishes to perform inside the Shirdi temple since he is an ardent devotee. But his dream cannot b turned into reality becoz the Shirdi temple authorities 2 r justified in turning down his request as dance performances hve nvr been held in d temple.D Kathak maestro shld organise a performance in Shirdi town iinstead, n donate d proceeds 2 d temple trust.In dis way, both his desire 2 perform for his beloved Baba, plus d lofty motive of doing gud for society, would b served. Comment??

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Asked by cyrus irani, 06 Apr '08 11:43 am
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I thk. d concerned authorisites has taken a correct decision. As v know dat "Shirdi's Sai baba" temple is on hit list of terrorist. Hence it is very imp. to keep law and order in this state. If culture programmes r permitted then it will be a open invitation for terrorist...
Answered by sumati gayki, 06 Apr '08 11:51 am

 
  
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You are correct and that is the way it should be instead of unnecessarily sensationalizing the issue putting Shirdy temple administrators in bad light.
Answered by manish varma, 06 Apr '08 11:48 am

 
  
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thtbdepends on gesture but th thing is in sai trust they would not allow others to steal th show and u cant help om times in one temple we tried to arrange one lectyure in sharda peet of shnkrcharya in chembur but they agree povided we wont use the photo of our guru chinamayanand.In some plce tehy are strict abour tgheor own identity
Answered by Dinesh C S, 06 Apr '08 05:04 pm

 
  
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who ever it may be but the temples decorum should be maintained.
Answered by krish, 06 Apr '08 12:24 pm

 
  
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