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As discussed here, the sin of Indra is suffered by women. But, why the sin done by someone is suffered by someone else? What I know is, we suffer the result of sinful action so that we can realize the sin we have done and change our mentality. So, there is no point in making someone else(women) suffer for the mentality someone(Indra) had.

Can anyone please answer my query? Why all women are suffering this pain?


Edit: After reading the link Can sin be transferred? I have understood that sin can be taken if someone is willing to take sins done by others. And usually, great rishis and incarnations can do that. But, in this case, it seems like every soul using a woman body, irrespective of their will, has to take the suffering.

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    Does this answer your question? Can sins be transferred? Oct 17 '20 at 14:04
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    They suffered because they have accepted some part of the sin. Are you asking how is accepting sins of others possible?
    – Rickross
    Oct 17 '20 at 14:44
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    They didn't take sin alone, they also got pleasure (kama) in return for it. If all women are willing to give up that kama to get rid of the sin, they all are welcome to do so. In other words, before a soul is about to take birth as a woman (or rather, given a woman's body by Bhagavan), all these desires, tradeoffs & karma are considered - @Rickross, sv, tarit
    – mar
    Oct 17 '20 at 23:31
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    Yes I know that. It's mentioned in the answers found in the linked page in the question. So I assume op is already aware of it @ram
    – Rickross
    Oct 18 '20 at 6:26
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    Its a fake story dont give much importance to it Oct 20 '20 at 17:22

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