OPEN DOOR POLICY OF GODS Garib Navaz Ajmer Sarrif, in Ajmer, Rajasthan, is the refuse of all and sundry without any distinction of gender, caste, creed, color or profession or nationality. When in election mode, hundreds of Pakistanis would be leaders and politicians visit Ajmer to seek Garib Navaz’s blessings. As per paper reports, political outfits including terrorist groups seek the blessings in person or by proxy. Ajmer Sarrif does not differentiate between a terrorist or a common man. All are seen as equals. Similarly, everybody is welcome in Golden Temple, Amritsar, Churches, and many other religious shrines Thousands of people visit religious shrines all over the world and seek blessings from the presiding deity. The Deity as such does not distinguish based on caste, creed, color or profession but the people who manage some of these shrines very often put some conditions. In some shrines, there is a dress code like in Padmanabha Temple in Thiruvananthapuram. Foreigners are not allowed in Jagannath Puri. Women are not allowed in Sabri Malai. Women are not allowed to enter inside many Muslim shrines including Nizamuddin. If God and Goddesses have an open door policy why their agents force some absurd rules?.