Manglik, the first thought that comes to a persons mind hearing this word is a Manglik girl that is a very unlucky girl and destroys the peace, harmony and life of her mate.
But it is really so? If a manglik person is the reason to destroy their mate, I never heard people elaborating that a girl died because her husband was manglik. We humans are discriminative but God is not that discriminative that he will create different rules for a Manglik girl and a Manglik boy. If he has created rules then it is for a Manglik person he never said it’s for a Manglik boy or Girls, and those who propagate this and over publicize this, may I know where it is written that rules for a Manglik girl and a manglik boy are different, then why are girls always blamed for anything that goes wrong, when any one can be Manglik.
Consider this, if God has set the age of a person ‘X’ as 30 years and that person gets married to a person ‘Z’, now if Z is manglik, then God is not doing any programming that he will code that if X marries Z he will live for 25 years else he will live for 30 years, death date is decided on the date a person gets born. And pairs are made by God, so how will God say that he married that girl and he should not marry her therefore I will kill him? God doesn’t has so much time, Marriages are made in heaven and someone’s life can’t be decided on a person to whom he will get married. Its so simple if X has age of 30 and he marries at 29 then he has to die at 30 and if he marries at 25 then also he has to die at 30 so where does the logic comes that he married to a manglik girl and died in the first year of marriage.
Have any one thought about this concept in a different way; if not then try to understand it my way. What does the word Manglik / Mangal dosh means, whenever we have any function in our surrounding what do we usually say, “Yaha mangal kaaj hai”. And what do we say for a manglik person “use Mangal Dosh hai”. Agar vo MANGAL(good) hai to vo DOSH kaise hua, because according to all great astrologers MANGAL kaaj is something Good. So when something is good how can it be a Dosh. Or is Mangal dosh something that means that the person is too Good, and its said na being too Good is also Bad that’s why the word dosh gets attached to it.
So with a different view we can say basically, Manglik people are people who have a lot of Good and positive power attached to them. And those who doesn’t respect those powers and blame them get to see the side-effects, because those who doesn’t believe this or those who doesn’t distinguish a person by all this never get to see the side effects.
We have the best example of the “Ashwariya Rai Bachaan”, she is also Manglik, I am not that sure whether she has gone through some puja and all before her marriage, but the point what I want to highlight is that, Bachaan family respected all that and never created any huge issues about it, there fore they never got to see the any bad part of anything, in-fact there is never anything bad attached to all this, its just our point and superstition that we give value to, If we value a person, instead of all this that value will never go waste.
Almost every one has seen the movie “Oh My God”, there a point was highlighted of the “The Bhagavad Gita” that, “God has created the whole World, and only he is responsible for its destruction” when it’s clearly said in this shalok that God is responsible for all the creation and destruction then how can someone’s mangal affect life and death of someone else, God has given birth to us and only he can decide whom / what to finish and when. It’s so stupid of us, that we don’t trust and follow what’s written in our holy books but instead start following superstitions. So If we are blaming a person, that because of that person, something bad happens to us, then ye to God ke tohin ho gyi, How can a person or their mangal be so strong that it can do something that God didn’t decide. So next time if you are blaming a person for something bad that happened in your life, then indirectly you are blaming God, and trying to say that the powers that God have are less and that person has more power than God and therefore that person can control your life, now think practically how stupid this seems even on thinking, that someone is more powerful than God.
I don’t want to take examples of other castes where people don’t believe all this or of other countries because this is one of the hidden problem of our country so we should only focus on our faults. Thought this kind of harassment doesn’t comes out or gets attention but those who have to face this have to face it throughout there life, I personally have seen a lady who still gets insulted in her 50-60 just because of all this, “Ye sare chize dimag ke tarah humare samajh ko khokla kar rahi hai, and jab ye rang dikhlaege tab tabahi machaege.”
We never think when people feed our mind with all this rubbish, they are basically taking advantage of our weakness, do you doubt the point of people taking advantage of all this then let me give you a real life example, when ever I want to reject a marriage proposal I highlight my being manglik so much so much that it automatically gets rejected. Similarly people just try to take advantage of others according to their requirement, otherwise in today’s world who has so much time to think something good about others and suggest them something for there benefit, always remember before getting into anyone’s talks / thoughts, everyone is SELFISH.
The great Chanakya had once said “If a person is not stable in his thoughts or disturbed by emotions, it’s very easy to play with their mind by feeding our thoughts into their mind.” If our mind is clear and we are honest then nothing can harm us.
I know many of the people reading this article will not like me criticizing all this, but I don’t mean to hurt any one. “Believing in holy things, etc is good but always remember, that your believe should not break some one, or someone’s trust, because when you blame some one they doubt there existence and there trust. You can’t win God’s grace by breaking a person’s heart.”