The sprawling temple, an architectural splendour in granite, was rebuilt in its present form in the 18th century by the Travancore Royal House which had ruled southern Kerala and some adjoining
parts of Tamil Nadu before integration of the princely state with the Indian Union in 1947.
This year, no more than 500 people, including the temple servitors and police personnel, have been be allowed to pull the chariots. They have been permitted to do that only if they have tested negative for COVID-19.
All kinds of people access courts, including persons with special needs. Any institution that seeks to be accessible to a diverse audience must be prepared to accommodate and make comfortable everyone, write Sumathi Chandrashekaran and Reshma Sekhar
The judiciary must understand that high court judges lack the time and skill for complex managerial tasks. It's time to recruit skilled managers from government or private sector, say Chitrakshi Jain and Shreya Tripathy