Miteiya compares “Deception” with the character of Dussala in the epic of Mahabharata. Dussala means a veil
or a shawl used to hide underneath feelings. Deception is one of the biggest human blunders that destroy the
cordial relationships and trust.
In the epic of Mahabharata, Dussala marries a man called Jaydrath. Jaydrath means “Hatred”. As the deception is broken, hatred is born for the person executing deception. The intensity of the hatred could depend upon the intensity of deception.
Miteiya explains these characters beautifully in his book and also talks about “Perfect Hatred”. Such Jaydrath are key to eliminate characters like Abhimanyu. Abhimanyu means affection and could act as an impediment in the journey of spiritualism. Miteiya explains “Perfect Hatred” as a condition, which resolves the voyager to take the step further in the journey of spiritualism.
Miteiya speaks about this psyche again during his decoding Bhagwata Puran, wherein he speaks about a character called “Akrura”. Miteiya’s views on such complicated psyches are quite enlightening. He uses simple language and relates all these psyches with mythological characters of various religions.