Amazon.com Caves Over Hindu Hotpants

So if you wanted to be “Kama Sutra Crotch” for Halloween, you are shit outta luck…

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Amazon.com, world’s largest online retailer headquartered in Seattle (USA), has removed the women’s leggings carrying images of various Hindu gods and goddesses from its website within 24 hours after Hindus protested…

Amazon.com website had removed 11 leggings priced at $48-52 each and carrying images of Ganesha, Shiva, Brahma, Vishnu, Muruga, Bajrang Bali (Hanuman), Rama, Radha-Krishna, Kali, etc. when checked on October 14 late evening. Hindu devotees had vociferously objected to these leggings. [IBN Live]

Actually, you can still score the leggings via Yizzam.]

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