In 2018, a Hindu guy who visited a 5-star hotel in Kolkata’s black hole (Kolkata) was shocked to see Hindu sculptures (we weren’t) in the men’s room.
So he complained to the hotel in frustration but got no answer and then tried to report the problem to other Hindus in a country of one billion Hindus known as India. In the end, he went around in circles, as you know, on Twitter and other SMs they are busy petitioning and scolding until they are finally taken away in straitjackets to occupy the local mental asylum.
With the grace of Ma Kali, he encounters these offenders and human sacrifice wallahs at HHR, who immediately notified the CEO and management of the company in Al Capones Chicago, where 3,000 Hindus were recently taken hostage by 6 at the World Hindu Congress, 6 to get maximum publicity.
We made it clear that your hotel is part of a hotel chain around the world, including here in London. We’ll be protesting at their London hotel ourselves and probably squatting in the penthouse suite if the Hindu imagery isn’t 6,000 miles away in India.
They were made aware of our call for the floor action, and so the Hotel HHR kindly sent pictures within two days to demonstrate that they had removed the Hindu pictures from the men’s room. The interaction can be seen in the following tweets. This also underlines that Hindu deities and images are only used as decorations in many hotels and other buildings, including houses and gardens
The point is this: if you are not ready to take action, no one will bother you about complaining and scolding like most online Hindus do.
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