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The Canard spread against Archaka Training, appointment etc.

October 26, 2010

The Canard spread against Archaka Training, appointment etc.

Anti-Hindu Government and atheist rulers: All Hindus are appointed as Archakas in all other States without any problem or issue. Only, in Tamilnadu, because of the atheist interefere, looting of temple propety, smuggling of idold and sculptures and Karunanidhi meddling with legal system, it has been politicized and controversialized.

Anti-Hindu and non-Hindu infiltration: Moreover, under the guise of  “Archaka” training, getting certificate etc., not only hard-core atheist temple-breaking gang but also non-Hindus, particularly, Christians have infiltrated into this new “Arckars” gang. Definitely, this cannot be allowed under the guise of Periyar, Paguttaravi, and other bogies. Already, one Muslim had filed a case for appointment in a temple, just because, he had the requirement of qualification of “Sanskrit”! But, this Muslim does not answer why if anybody could well-verse in Arabic / Urudu could get any appointment in a mosque? This is the hypocrisy revealed in atheist TN state.

In Tamil media, internet forums, an orchestrated propaganda has been carried on, of course, as usual  that Brahmins has stayed their appointment  at the supreme court! In fact, it was Brahmins who supported and encouraged such training, as could be seen below:

Archakar training starts

Staff Reporter, The Hindu, Sunday, May 13, 2007

http://www.hindu.com/2007/05/13/stories/2007051315360300.htm


NEW BEGINNING: Sri Ranganarayana Jeer of Srirangam giving away books and dhoties to a student in Tiruchi on Friday. The Collector, Ashish Vachchani (left), and the chairman of Board of Trustees of Srirangam Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, M. Venkatachala m (second from left), look on. — PHOTO: R.M. RAJARATHINAM

TIRUCHI: It is a long-cherished dream for him. Although he wanted to become an `archakar,’ it could not materialise as he was from Scheduled Caste. With the doors now open through `Anaivarum archakar agalam’ scheme introduced by the State Government, the youth has grabbed the opportunity to join `Vaishnavite archakar’ training programme.

R. Karthikeyan (22) of Aeriyoor in Pennagaram taluk of Dharmapuri district was one among 40 youths who expressed their joy and pleasure at Sri Kattazhagiasingarperumal Temple in Tiruvanaikovil where the training programme for `Pancharatra agamam’ (Vaishnavite system of worship) was inaugurated on Friday. Explaining the economic backwardness of his family, he said that he would take maximum advantage of the programme. Distributing the training materials that included books and dhotis to the students to mark the inaugural of the training, Sri Ranganarayana Jeer of Srirangam said that it was only true service which was dear to God above caste based barriers. The scheme, he hoped, would prove to be a prospective career for many youths in future. The  Collector, Ashish Vachhani, said that Tamil Nadu had become a trendsetter to the whole country in implementing the scheme.

The Joint Commissioner, Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments, M. K. Balasubramanian, pointed out that Tiruvanaikovil in Tiruchi was one of the two centres in the State selected for imparting the training on Vaishnavite system of worship, the other one being Sri Parthasarathy temple in Triplicane, Chennai. Each trainee would get a monthly stipend of Rs.500 and free accommodation and all basic amenities would be provided to them. A headmaster and a teacher would impart the training. The chairman of Board of Trustees of Srirangam Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, M. Venkatachalam, said that in all 97 candidates appeared for the interview. Forty persons, belonging to different castes, were selected as per guidelines. Trustees Girija Mohan and T.R. Murali and the Executive Officer, P.R. Ashok, spoke.

Archaka students form association, demand employment (The Hindu, Tiruvannamalai, September 13, 2009)

Students of Archakar Training Schools which were formed by the State government at 6 famous temples in the State, to train candidates from across castes in the archakar profession, have formed an association and decided to demand the government the kind of employment they aspired for. The first set of students of Archakar Training School at Sri Arunachaleswarar Temple here, became dejected as they could not find employment even after they had successfully completed the one-year course stipulated by the government. “After we have formally completed the course, government suddenly extended the course in to second year, which was not part of the course initially. Though we obliged to this too, classes were held only for first two months of the second year. Now only teachers are getting salary but there is no certainty about our future. Even if there is a legal tangle no one is there to explain to us about the case and its position. So, we have formed an association named ‘Tamil Nadu Government Archakar Training Students Association’ on Saturday,” said Ranganathan, convener of the nascent association. “Our second step would be to convene a formal meeting at the State level and decide the form of action to be taken to get employment,” said V. Vijayakumar, another student of the same school, who hails from Rasipuram.

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