Dussehra also known as “Vijaya Dashmi” is a well known HINDU FESTIVAL which Is celebrated since “Satya Yuga”. It is believed that Lord Rama killed Ravana on this day . The Ramayana tells us about every single event of this victory in brief starting with the Life of Lord Rama and his purpose . The major moral which we get from this epic mythological is that”Satya ki hamesa jeet Hoti hai” I.e. truth always win’s. But people are so concerned with this main moral that they forget to see few small but major life guiding moral that a human being should follow in his/her life this blog I will try to highlight few of them in brief.
- Ravana although kidnapped a woman but never tired to harass her or forced her to love him Inspire of having ego issues (which is considered to be a major reason of his unnatural death) he respected her decision and even tried hard to impress her and gave all the respect which a women deserve and also gave her all the luxury treatment some which Lord Rama also failed to provide. Which teaches us that men no matter how much evil should create a women properly no matter what’s the situation if one does he is worst then scum .
- Lord Rama aswell as Ravana worshipped same God I.e. they got there knowledge from the same source but still choose a different paths because of the situations they faced in there lifes so good education with good surrounds and company is equally important otherwise a good education without a right direction can lead’s to your own discretion .
- The motive of Ravana invasion was to take revenge for her sister insult which can be considered as a good brotherhood nature but still it was not appropriate as it was her sister’s mistake and also path chosen was also wrong but still he did help her sister by all possible ways.
- Ravana took over her step-brother lord Kuber’s (God of wealth @ Indian mythology) “Paraya Dhan” made him arrogant and “Parayi Nari” lead to his destruction. He was comparatively more stable and even more powerful then lord Rama but the path he has chosenand his motive of war resulted in his lose and destruction of his own civilisation.
- Goddess Sita inspire of her hard life with lord Rama never taught to betray her husband and live a luxurious life with Ravana and always believed in her husband .