Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, from the yogic tradition, he espouses worshipping "Linga bhairavi" , whose temple is at Velliangiri Foothills, Tamilnadu. Men can not enter its inner sanctum.
Linga Bhairavi is the most exuberant expression of the Divine Feminine, residing in a triangular-shaped abode at the Velliangiri Foothills.
He is quick to follow it up with an analogy of the Linga Bhairavi worship of which he is a known propagator since 2010, wherein men are not allowed to enter the inner sanctum.
Ma Panchubarahi temple in Satabhaya village near Kendrapda town in Odisha state of India : Men can’t touch the five idols in this sea beach shrine, men are not allowed into the sanctum sanctorum; only married Dalit women from the local fishing community have the exclusive privilege of performing rituals. There has been no exception for 400 years.
But, the sea has been advancing towards Satabhaya for a while. It has swallowed many houses and agricultural plots. Fifty years ago, the temple was 5km from the beach. Now, only a few metres remain between it and the sea. With rising sea waters — brought on by climate change — threatening the very existence of the temple, the curb has been reluctantly lifted , only for a single day. Compelled to relocate to a new temple 12km inland, the priestesses are left with no option but to allow men into the sanctum sanctorum to transport the heavy black stone idols. “It is not possible for women to pull it off. We need many men and sculptors to move the idols,” Sabita Dalei, one of the five priestesses who work in shifts, says.
The rare exercise will take place on Friday (today). Once the 1.5-tonne deities riding piggyback on the male labourers reach their destination in Bagapatia, the priestess will ‘purify’ them with a ritual.
ref 3: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/sea-level-rise-forces-odisha-temple-to-lift-400-year-old-curb-on-men-touching-idols/articleshow/63837064.cms