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This is with reference to the letter of Venkatesh Chakravarthy (July 22) in response to mine (May 27). The discourse in history given by Chakravarthy has no relevance to Indians (Tamils included) at this distance of time.

Unlike the temples in the north, south Indian temples' rituals are unique, distinctive and elaborate in nature. They attract worshippers from far and wide. They include not only Tamils but citizens from neighbouring states and also from north Indian states. They have a right to ask for 'archanais' in Sanskrit and their rights can't be trampled under by anyone.

This is with reference to the letter of Venkatesh Chakravarthy (July 22) in response to mine (May 27). The discourse in history given by Chakravarthy has no relevance to Indians (Tamils included) at this distance of time.

Unlike the temples in the north, south Indian temples' rituals are unique, distinctive and elaborate in nature. They attract worshippers from far and wide. They include not only Tamils but citizens from neighbouring states and also from north Indian states. They have a right to ask for 'archanais' in Sanskrit and their rights can't be trampled under by anyone.

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