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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.
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.
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.
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.
Poet: Rāmamūrti Caturvedī
Book: Bidesiyā (movie)
Translator: Animesh Kumar
Submitter: Animesh Kumar
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