We are living in Kalyuga and not in Ghore Kalyuga

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We are living in Kalyuga and not in Ghore Kalyuga

The recently concluded Assembly Elections in West Bengal, Tamilnadu, Pondicheri, Assam and Kerala have proved that we are living in Kalyuga and not in ‘Ghore Kalyuga’ as the public has outrightly rejected the mandate in every State where corruption, directly or indirectly, was linked. In Vedantic language, corruption is defined in terms of Sat Yuga, Treta Yuga, Dwapar Yuga and Kalyuga. Sat Yuga is the era when the majority of people are Satyugis and Kalyuga is the era when the majority of people are Kalyugis.

Whether a person is a Satyugi or a Kalyugi is decided by four characteristics and these are – presence of truthfulness (Satya), hardwok (Tap), positive thoughts and Daya cum Daan. If all four characteristics are present in a person, he is Satyugi; if satya is absent, then the person is Treta Yugi; if first two characteristics are absent, the person is Dwapar Yugi and if only Daya and Daan are present, the person is Kalyugi.

Kalyugi people like Ravan were in the Treta Yuga. In Dwapar Yuga, there were Kalyugis like Kans and Duryodhan. Similarly, in Kalyuga, there are bound to be Satyugi people. The very fact there is a change of power in Tamil Nadu, it clearly shows that the 2G spectrum corruption charges did make an impact.

The 0–18 years population group made the Anna Hazaare Movement a success. This group was with him as this is the age group which has not tasted corruption as yet. Likewise in politics, it was the 18–25 years of population which made all the difference. Again this age group is relatively hone.

Dr KK Aggarwal
Editor in Chief