Explain how Hymn to Purusha famous creation myth reflects the same kinds of social and political inequalities we have seen in other societies (for instance, in Mesopotamia and Egypt). Your answer should measure about 125 words.
Most creation myths express themes of various scenarios using imagery and descriptions. The images relate to human nature and they incorporate superiority, crediting the culture and myths producing them. The Hymn to Purusha is a famous creation myth that reflects social and political inequalities as seen in other creation myths. Purusha was a primal component from which the universe was created. His superiority forced sacrifices and victimization and his rite formed a framework for the later Hindu and Vedic sacrifices.
Similarly, the Mesopotamian poem, Enuma Elish, was composed during the existence of Enki and Ninmah, which heralded the earth's creation. This poem legitimized the rise of Babylonian gods and the celebration of political and cultural independence following the fall of the Kassite Dynasty.