Bajrang Dal members have burnt a copy of the Kama Sutra outside a bookstore in Gujarat’s Ahmedabad saying that the book insults Hindu deities by showing them in ‘vulgar positions’.
The Bajrang Dal members also threatened the store owner that if the sale of the book continues, then next time the store will also be burnt.
The video was first made inside the bookstore with a Bajrang Dal member showing the illustrations in the book, alleging that the same showed ‘Hindu deities in vulgar positions’. They then went outside and set the book on fire.
Breaking #Bajrangdal members burnt copy of #Kamasutra in an Ahmedabad bookstall for “showing Hindu deities in ‘vulgar’ positions” and threatened to burn bookstalls down if Hindu sentiments are hurt in future 1/N pic.twitter.com/4jpHZTognM
— DP (@dpbhattaET) August 28, 2021
It could be seen in the video that the Bajrang Dal workers shouted slogans of ‘Har Har Mahadev’ and ‘Jai Shree Ram’ while setting fire to the book.
Written by ancient Indian philosopher Vatsyayana, Kama Sutra is the most book on love and sex.