Sabarimala: India state shut down after women enter temple
The southern Indian state of Kerala has shut down amid violent protests after two women made history by entering a prominent Hindu temple.
One person was killed in clashes on Wednesday. Schools across the state are closed and public transport too has been suspended.
The Sabarimala temple was historically closed to women of "menstruating age" - defined as between 10 and 50.
The Supreme Court revoked the ban in September, which prompted outrage.
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