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Gaurī Tapasyā Gīta

O Rāma!1 Having taken the guise of a Yoginī (one who does penance), I will go to the forest, due to [the love of] my consort.[1]

O Rāma! I will leave the roof of my home and the watch-tower of my home. I will go away leaving the atrium of my father, due to [the love of] my consort.[2]

O Rāma! I will leave the luxurious bed and personal decoration. I will go away leaving all the jewellery, due to [the love of] my consort.[3]

Footnotes:

1 This song is taken from a movie called Bidesiyā. Here the word Rāma is not used in the vocative sense. It is used as an intensifying-expression to highlight the decision of leaving home. As per our interpretation, this song describes the departure of Pārvatī to forests for doing penance to persuade Śiva for marriage.

References

Poet: Rāmamūrti Caturvedī

Book: Bidesiyā (movie)

Translator: Animesh Kumar

Submitter: Animesh Kumar

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