Tuesday, 20 October 2015
Dussehra – Devotion and Veneration
Dussehra is replete with symbolism about vanquishing evil and wanton nature, and about having veneration for all aspects of life and even for the things and objects that contribute to our wellbeing. It is one of the most celebrated festivals of India, rejoiced in each and every part of India vigorously. Although Dussehra has been celebrated in different parts of India with many reasons behind it, most common of all is Victory of Lord Ram over Ravana. The day is considered as victory of good over evil, truth over lie, morality over cruelty and so on. It is believed that every year by burning the Ravana’s effigy all bad things in society or all negativity and bad traits get burned with it. Many Indians take oaths on this occasion to burn there bad habits and win over their own weaknesses.
The present scenario of India is covered with a dark part facing an evil known as corruption. It is creeping in the veins of political system making it dreadful place to work which is promoting greedy monsters to infect our Indian economy. Not only the political system but also the government departments, education sector etc. are infected by corruption. It is an evil which needs to be stopped by no other than us. We all need to stand up, come forward to show our active participation in stopping this heinous act. Every fight to be win over need to be started by oneself, it should be initiated by me, you and together only we can defeat corruption.
With devotion and vigor, Political Leader ‘Nanuram Kumawat’ is continuously working to serve the society. To defeat the evils faced by society in form of corruption, health issues, pollution etc. all are in his list as a goals to be achieved. Let’s unite together to celebrate corruption free Dussehra. Let’s burn this evil with fire of honesty and enjoy victory in its purest form.