Kanyakumari in located Kumari Amman Temple< /p>
In the sanctum sanctorum of the Kumari Amman temple is Goddess Durga. The temple allows the brahmachari or sannyasi to enter only till the entrance of the temple. However, married men are also prohibited from entering the premises. This temple is believed to be the place where Mata Parvati did penance to get Lord Shiva as her husband.
Bihar in Mata Temple
Mata Mandir in Bihar only allows women to go during periods. The temple follows its rules so strictly that even male priests do not enter the temple premises during that time. The temple is converted to women only, because then the goddess is believed to have menstruated.
Kerala in Attukal Bhagwati temples
Rajasthan in Brahmaji Temple
Brahmaji Temple of Rajasthan is one of the most important temples of Lord Brahma. Married men are not allowed to enter this 14th century temple here. According to religious texts, Lord Brahma performed a Yagya in Pushkar Lake. He performed this yajna with his wife Goddess Saraswati. But Goddess Saraswati was late for the event, so he married Goddess Gayatri and completed the ritual, due to which the enraged Goddess Saraswati cursed the temple that no married man is allowed to enter the sanctum sanctorum. .
Andhra Pradesh in Kamakhya temples
Like the famous Kamakhya temple of Guwahati, the Kamakhya Peeth in Visakhapatnam also prohibits the entry of men for a few days every month. The temple prohibits men from entering for four to five days during the menstrual period to observe the privacy of women.