Private temple does not become a public one because it is open to public on certain festivals: Delhi High Court

The High Court dismissed a suit by a worshipper demanding to re-convert a commercial complex into a temple and restoration of idols.
Private temple does not become a public one because it is open to public on certain festivals: Delhi High Court
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The Delhi High Court has held that a private temple may be open to the public on certain festivals but that would not convert it into a public temple and a worshipper is not empowered to maintain a suit for titular rights over it [Rajesh Giri v Subhash Mittal and Ors].

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