Posted: 21 December 2011 at 11:00am | IP Logged
Thanks for agreeing abc
After watching today's episode (Toasty including Smita in the plan), it seems that Toasty's plan is to make Ved rebel against Dadaji's decision... but then if that is so then as I said in my previous posts those statements of Toasty were really uncalled for
One thing that I don't understand is why the need for an outsider emerged to make Ved admit his love for Nitika
Instead of introducing a new character Damini, the CVs could have showed Nitika meeting Ved at the temple on a regular basis but ignoring Ved which would make him realize his mistake & make him miss Nitika's company. Whenever there's been a problem in Ved's life, rather than sharing it with the C family, he has always shared with Nitika, so they could have brought some crisis in his life & make him get stuck in a situation where he realizes that now he's unable to share his feelings or pain with Nitika which could be another step in making Ved confess his true feelings in front of her.
Plus the problem with Ved is that he thinks that he's a brahmachari & for him love or marriage is a sin. So rather than bringing in Damini, Toasty & Dadaji's mission should be of making Ved realize that love & marriage is not a sin. Love is God so it can never be a sin at all. Hanuman devoted his entire life in devotion for Lord Ram but that doesn't mean he considered women to be the door to hell. Hanuman had tremendous respect for women & regarded them as his mothers. Ved's statement of naari narak ka dwaar hai
is just hard to digest
Hanuman was the incarnation of Lord Shiva & it was Lord Shiva who had laid down the seven vows of marriages then how come marriage is a sin. It's not true that only a brahmachari can be a true devotee & a married man cannot be a true devotee of the Lord... this is what Ved needs to understand. Sudama is known as one of the greatest devotees of Lord Krishna, was Sudama a brahmachari, of course not! Being a brahmachari or a married man has no effect on one's devotion towards the Lord, one's mind & soul has to be pure... that's it!
It's those people who don't understand the purpose of the Lord & just love to put the entire blame on women who keep on saying that women were the root-cause of wars of ramayan or mahabharat in the previous yugs... if one thinks deeply then one will know whatever happened was not due to women but the wars were destined, circumstances were just falling in place so that the incarnation of Lord could fulfill his purpose of getting born on the earth... to eradicate the evil & punish them, so saying that if the women had not done this or that then the war of ramayan or mahabharat would not have happened is just pure nonsense
Oops!!! I guess I'm discussing too much of my mytho talks here
sorry for that!
But what I'm trying to say is that Ved needs to realize these things first so he can come out of the guilt that his falling in love is a sin or God will get angry if he gets attracted towards Nitika & all that wrong stuff that's stuffed up in his mind. It's not that all women are corrupted, some are bad & some are good & the same theory applies even to the men. These things need to be cleared up in Ved's mind, how can Damini do this???
Btw due to this Damini, even if Ved goes against Dadaji's decision & finally admits that he loves Nitika then what after that? Obviously the above mentioned things are still in his mind. One day some problems might crop up in his life or his family's life then he'll go on again that Naari narak ka dwaar hai
, women are the root-problems in life, it's bcoz of women that fights takes place in homes, so one should stay away from them, then what? Will he start blaming Nitika for the problems just like he does it to Toasty or Malti when problems occur in the house & think by marrying a woman he's done a mistake & tell Dadaji that history has repeated & proved that women are the door to hell & all that misconception that's there in his mind regarding women or marriages or love.
Making Ved admit his love for Nitika is not only the solution, clearing up his mind regarding his misconception he has in his mind towards women, love & marriages need to be done first, once his point of view towards these things get changed, he'll automatically admit his love for Nitika which he has been hesitating due to his wrong perception
And for this the previous happy-go-lucky guy Ved used to be before that false charge against him needs to brought back...
Can this Damini track do the magic???
If it does, then will the track look convincing??? But I still have doubts, is it going to work? It would be surprising to see Ved not losing faith in women after knowing that Damini was faking it
Let's see how the CVs are going to pull this out...