Burning the Five Vices

The festival of Dussehra celebrates the end of evil, followed by Diwali the festival of lights.

What is that evil if we have to name it?

Our thoughts and habits? Or some people’s thoughts and some people’s habits? Or is it restricted to some country and arises occassionally?

Majority minds today are burning in the flames of lust, anger or greed.

Five vices of man and five vices of woman symbolize the ten heads of Raavana.

Have these vices really disappeared as we are celebrating Dussehra?

The celebration of life will begin only when each one on the planet becomes an embodiment of virtues and a divine personality.

2 thoughts on “Burning the Five Vices”

  1. Dear sir

    Wish you a Happy Dashera to all members of your organization

    With regards Dr.K.A.Ahad Najam SCM Ardhapur.

    On Fri, 15 Oct, 2021, 4:37 pm International Journal of Research (IJR), wrote:

    > YourSpace posted: ” The festival of Dussehra celebrates the end of evil, > followed by Diwali the festival of lights. What is that evil if we have to > name it? Our thoughts and habits? Or some people’s thoughts and some > people’s habits? Or is it restricted to some countr” >

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  2. Hi

    Thanks for the mail

    On Fri, Oct 15, 2021, 4:36 PM International Journal of Research (IJR) wrote:

    > YourSpace posted: ” The festival of Dussehra celebrates the end of evil, > followed by Diwali the festival of lights. What is that evil if we have to > name it? Our thoughts and habits? Or some people’s thoughts and some > people’s habits? Or is it restricted to some countr” >

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