Ahmedabad: A case of burning copies of Kama Sutra texts has come to light in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. According to reports, Bajrang Dal workers forcibly entered the bookstore here and set the Kama Sutra book on fire. Not only that, but Bajrang dal people also threatened the store operator that if they were found selling Kamasutra in the future, they would burn the entire store. Kama Sutra book written by Rishi Vatsyayan is an important sex guide for the world, including India, and has been translated into dozens of languages.
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
There is a bookstore called Latitut on SG Highway in Ahmedabad. Dozens of Bajrang Dal workers reportedly scolded the shop on Saturday night. He burnt Krishna and Radha's love affair outside the shop in a book called Kama Sutra, calling the pictures of the love affair controversial. At the same time, he threatened the store operator in open terms that the next time he was caught selling the book, he would set the entire shop on fire. The store operator has also not complained to the police in the case.
North Gujarat Bajrang Dal President Jwalit Mehta said, "We had received a complaint in this regard. On the basis of the complaint, when we went there with the workers, we saw that many controversial pictures and comments depicting Lord Krishna Krishna and Radha were printed in Utsav Bhattacharya's book Kama Sutra." Mehta described it as an insult to Hindu deities. Mehta threatened all bookstore operators in Ahmedabad saying that the consequences of possessing such material would not be good.