According to the prescribed dress code, men were asked to wear ‘dhoti or pyjama with upper cloth or formal pants and shirts’, women ‘sari or half sari or churidhar with upper cloth’ and children could come in ‘any fully-covered dress’.

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Madras HC grants interim stay on imposing dress code for temple entry