In this heavily digitalised and polarised world, one should expect restraint from everyone when it comes to religious and cultural stuffs. Any sort of provocation May vitiate the atmosphere.
Unfortunately, some “blessed souls” don’t understand it. To trigger an outrage and then gain publicity from it, they deliberately insult and denigrate Hindu Gods and Goddesses in the guise of creativity and artistic expression.
They know that even if they make ‘Maa Kaali’ hold LGBTQ flag and smoke cigarette, they can still get away with it.
Thanks to Indian High Commission in Canada for taking a strong stand in this matter.
Super thrilled to share the launch of my recent film – today at @AgaKhanMuseum as part of its “Rhythms of Canada”
I made this performance doc as a cohort of https://t.co/D5ywx1Y7Wu@YorkuAMPD @TorontoMet @YorkUFGS
Feeling pumped with my CREW❤️ pic.twitter.com/L8LDDnctC9
— Leena Manimekalai (@LeenaManimekali) July 2, 2022
High Commission of India in Ottawa urged Canadian authorities & event organizers to withdraw all provocative material after receiving complaints from Canada's Hindu community leaders about the disrespectful depiction of Hindu Gods in a film poster at Aga Khan Museum, Toronto. pic.twitter.com/JnsK5qGCN2
— ANI (@ANI) July 4, 2022
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