Is it a valid and effective one in this present world?During my long absence from ISC for 55 days (I was not under any punishment as assumed by certain fellow ISCian), I was watching Mahabharatham with great interest. I missed watching those Mahabharatham episodes in the years 2014/15/16 owing to my extra busy activities in ISC. On 1st Nov 2018, instead of logging into ISC, I preferred to watch Mahabharatham. I discarded ISC and continued with MB. My last 55 days brought a good change in me. I learned a lot from the epic MB. Let it be. After watching the Final episode of MB, this question is raised in my mind.
When Pandavas came to know that Karna was their elder brother, born to Kunti and the Sun God, while she was a virgin girl, and she had hidden and did not share the fact till the death of Karna in the battle-field, Dharma(Yuthistra) got annoyed and cursed the world in the following manner:
"With immediate effect, no woman in the world will be able to keep up any secret with them". It means - Secrets are not to be shared with ladies.
Is it not quite interesting? Is his curse to the women folks valid and effective? Are our ladies capable of safeguarding the secrets shared with them? What's your experience on this subject?