Ravana, who raped his own nephew’s wife, and then abducted someone else’s wife is hailed as learned and great. While at the same time, abusing Rama because he left Sita. Buckets of empathy and context for former. Zilch for the latter.
Check out this puke-inducing apologia for Duryodhana, a man who molested and disrobed his own sister-in-law in open court. A sister-in-law, gets the status of a mother, in Hindu tradition. What does it say about the people who believe this stuff? http://www.folomojo.com/10-amazing-facts-that-history-never-told-us-about-mahabharatas-duryodhana/
10 amazing facts that history never told us about Mahabharata’s Duryodhana
Portrayed as ruthless and greedy, everyone who's read the Mahabharata pictures Duryodhana as pure evil. But Anand Neelakantan's book 'Ajaya' sheds light on some little known facts that might change...http://www.folomojo.com/10-amazing-facts-that-history-never-told-us-about-mahabharatas-duryodhana/