"Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall," wrote William Shakespeare, expressing the concept of sin in his own way, painting with his pen a vivid picture of "sin" and "sinners". The mysterious concept of sin starts in religion as a way of introducing the supremacy of a perfect God, while Satan emerges from mystery, as eternal evil seems to be produced out of an eternal entity.
Recently, a Bengali lecturer of an English course in a private university was unable to translate "Nogorayan" - a Bengali word that stands for "urbanization" - in a class when a student asked her for help. The teacher proudly said that she could not translate the word, since she was more familiar with English, had forgotten many Bengali words and felt more at home with English.
Some people might say that beauty becomes a curse for a woman who is raped. But I disagree with the idea that the woman's physical beauty is a curse, because it is not beauty that causes sexual violence; the main cause is the beast inside of man. Not all of the women or girls who get raped exhibit extreme physical beauty.