What exactly is the message that the movie 'Samsara' carries?
The message given by this movie is not good it is actually misleading people towards sadhus and their lifestyles.
I bet the director of this film has never seen a real sadhu in his life.
The word samsara means "the cycle of death and rebirth to which life in the material world is bound.".
Why does Tashi try to run away from his responsibility for the family?
Tashi was not an ordinary man like you and me, he is a man who grew up in a monastery but was unable to see a real monk who could really solve his problem. So he was confused.
Regret means desire, which brought him from the monastery to marriage life, and now the same desire takes him to Sujata, even though he loves his wife Pema (helplessness).
And in marriage life, the mind isn't free to think about where the problem is coming from.
Why is Tashi so confused?
In the end, which life does he choose?
The motive of the director of this movie is not straight for monks and their lifestyles that's why I hate the last part of this movie.
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