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Woman from Kerala came to divine court, Baba said- How much truth in ‘Kerala Story’?


Devotees come from all over the country to hear the story of Pandit Dhirendra Shastri of Bageshwar Dham. People come from all corners of India to hear the story of Bageshwar Sarkar. The location of Baba’s katha keeps changing, but his devotees gather in such large numbers that every time the old record of number of devotees is broken. Baba, who is vocal about Sanatan Dharma, definitely mentions what is going on in the world in the story. In this episode, when a woman from Kerala comes to meet Baba and take his pamphlet, she asks if the story of ‘The Kerala Story’ is true.

A discussion on ‘The Kerala Story’ with a woman from Kerala

This woman from Kerala told Baba, ‘She listens to his story on TV and YouTube, but once wanted to go to a pandal and listen to a live story.’ Then Baba asked what is the difference between TV and live Katha? He then said that there is no story in Kerala. Hearing this, Baba asks with a surprised look that he means ‘The Kerala Story’ is based on a true story. Then the Malayali woman says that something is true and something is not true.

It’s okay to die for your religion: Bageshwar Sarkar

Earlier Baba Shri Hanuman had reached Sagar in Madhya Pradesh and said that it is better to die in one’s religion than to think about another religion. As long as such incidents continue to happen, films like ‘The Kerala Story’ will continue to be made. It should be understood from this movie that Hindus should wake up now. Women especially need to learn from this. He also said that people accuse him of giving inflammatory speeches, when he does not talk about agitation but talks about Sanatan and Shastras to wake up sleeping Hindus.

What is the story of ‘The Kerala Story’?

‘The Kerala Story’ is based on the story of girls who were forcibly tortured in the clutches of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist organization in Kerala. The film has earned more than 200 crores at the box office so far. The film stars Adah Sharma in the lead role, while Yogita Bihani, Siddhi Idnani and Sonia Balani also play pivotal roles.