The only time mistakes are humanly wrong to society is if they are pursued in a truly evil way. By being evil, it heightens the dual personality in everyone including a good side and an evil side. Thus, it creates an alter ego or doppelganger that seeks to better than the true personality. If a person is pure evil and wants to do good, their alter ego will do everything in its power to be good and fair. If the person is good with evil desires, their alter ego will destroy everything good in the soul.
(Lavrin) Gogol is known for his imagination and mythical characters, Merezhkovsky once said, “Gogol’s religious outlook, the Devil is a mystical essence and a real being, in which eternal evil, a denial of God, has been concentrated. Gogol the artist investigates the nature of the mystical essence in the light of laughter;” (qtd. in Stauffer 24). Gogol recognized the devil and saw this as being real so he included this a part in his novels. He set this as an important part of his stories, hence “evil spirits” as this novel 's theme.
He argues in the Krishna Charitra that Karma is the primary means to acquire dharma. For Bankim, It was necessary to reform Krishna’s figure, completely transform it so that it could serve as an example of a much needed powerful historical figure, with his unique sense of wisdom and intelligence. In order to develop a strong militant race, it was necessary for Bankim to put forward before his compatriots the ideal man, the Krishna, a man action, the ingenious rationalist figure of serious philosophic thought who does not care about being the moral centre and longs to move forward and achieve supremacy. Bankim shows that Krishna had no problem with violence or war where it was the
This myth represents moral and religious elements as one can notice the hero’s of the story Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharata, Hanuman, and Ravana are all faithful and conscious of the Indian and Nepal culture. This story also covers the regional country around India, such as Thailand and Indonesia. This concept covers all myths and cultural stories around the world because they don’t address a nation but a whole regent. We can find this in the Arabic myths and folks story. This explains the shared values and human concerns
Values such as love, friendship, generosity, virtue, achievement are taken by non hedonists to have value of their own, they are in themselves valuable. Therefore they maintain,hedonism is false. They argue that pursuit of knowledge or beauty, aesthetic activity, affiliation, virtues, harmony, health, etc are worth having for their own sake, that all other things are not just a means to pleasure. In response, Hedonists would say that the items such as friendship, and other goods are not
Witchcraft and sorcery as a way of making sense of why bad things happen to human beings. When bad things happen to human beings, they try to find reason for their misfortune. There are some societies where they do not believe in bad luck, everything happens because someone caused it and so witchcraft and sorcery are often used to make sense of misfortunes. Witchcraft can be said to be an expression of a malign power in a person’s body while sorcery is the use of a magical craft or knowledge of it to harm or benefit others. Witchcraft is often seen as a consuming force that eats life power of the victim (Steward 2004: 1).
How could this be? Surely knowledge and ultimately, wisdom are good. However, if we recall that the forbidden fruit was offered by Satan then we can arrive at an interpretation that makes more sense. The knowledge was the knowledge of Satan. It was bad knowledge, bad advice, harmful ideas.
He believes that the caste, religion or profession is born with continuous transformation of social practices. Gandhi extremely devoted in Gita and says “when there is no desire for the fruit, there is no temptation for untruth and himsa (violence). Here, he follows the theory of Max Weber. Who believes that modernity had disenchanted the world and thus had also made it more ghostly and less attentive to the Calvinist gravity of everyday
Vibhishana had a ‘sattvic’ nature and he was the one who stood beside Hanuman when he was humiliated by Ravana. After the downfall of Ravana, Vibhishana was coroneted as the new king of Lanka; he turned his disciples virtuous and made them follow the path of Dharma. Thus, he was able to establish peace and prosperity in the region what we know today as Sri
These writers have beaten the difficulty of writing in a language which is entirely a foreign one for Indians. They gradually developed a distinctive style for themselves by mastering the English language and adding Indian flavors into it to complete the Indian style of writing. English has a rare privilege and popularity in India as it holds a pre – eminent position in the education sector of India. English is considered in India as an elite language. It has become an appropriate medium to express imagination and creative writings of Indians.