Ravan, the epitome of wisdom, failed,
Due to his being led by the devilish evils;
In spite of the knowledge of the Trilogy,
He lived the damned life of the devils.
There’re pride, greed, Mind, envy, ego,
Intellect, lust, anger, will, and delusion;
They were the ten cursed heads of vices,
That drove Ravan to his deathly illusion.
He had mastered the vedas and sastras,
And had profound knowledge and heed;
Even then his royal glory fell on the dust,
Because of his sardonic and satanic deed.
The Ravan’s life always teaches us well,
That power can never overcome virtues;
We can be surely blessed by the Divinity,
If we care of our speech, acts and views.