No permission required for bhajan, reciting Rama Nama in private halls: TN government to Madras High Court

Single-judge Justice N Anand Venkatesh recorded the State's submission while also saying that all such activities must be done in a pious and responsible manner without creating any law and order issues.
Madras High Court
Madras High Court

Conducting annadanam (donating food) and bhajans (devotional song) and reciting Rama Nama (name of Lord Ram) in private halls is not prohibited and would not require police permission, the Tamil Nadu government told the Madras High Court on Monday [L Ganapathy vs The Assistant Commissioner of Police and Anr].

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