What Ten Heads of Ravana Represents ?

TEN Heads of Ravana Represents

 

KAMA VASANA (Lust)

KRODHA (Anger)

MOHA (Attachment)

LOBHA (Greed)

MADA (Over Pride)

MATSARA (Jealousy)

SWARTHA (Selfishness)

ANYAAYA (Injustice)

Amanavta (Cruelty)

Ahankara (Ego).

Ravana is the Primary Antagonist in the hindu epic ramayana , he is depicted as rakshasa and asura . Ravana had many popular names such as Lankeshwar, Dasis Ravana, Raavan, Dasis Sakvithi Maha Ravana, Dashaanan, Ravula, Lankeshwaran, Ravanaeshwaran all signifying the qualities of his life. Ravana has 10 heads 5 on his left, 1 in the middle, 4 on his right.

why ravana has 10 heads

 

Ravana is also depicted as the author of the Ravana Sanhita, a book on Hindu astrology. Ravana possessed a thorough knowledge of Ayurveda and Political Science. Ravana is said to have possessed the nectar of immortality, which was stored inside his belly, thanks to a celestial boon by Brahma.

According to the Ramayana story, Ravana was the son of a rishi, a Brahmin father, and a kshatriya Rakshasa mother thus attaining a status of Brahmarakshasa.

In Another Meaning Ravana is depicted as the king of Rakshasas. He is said to have ten heads. He was not born with ten heads. The 10 heads represents his knowledge of the six shastras and the four Vedas.