27 November 2013

Ekti sishir bindu (the glistening dewdrop)

(Translation below)
“Bohu din dhore, bohu krosh dure,
bohu byay kori, bohu desh ghure,
Dekhite giyachhi parbotmala, dekhite giyachhi sindhu,
Dekha hoy nai chokkhu meliya,
Ghar hote shudhu dui pa feliya,
Ekti dhaner shisher upore ekti shishir bindu”

I traveled miles, for many a year,
I spent a lot in lands afar,
I’ve gone to see the mountains,
The oceans I’ve been to view.
But I haven’t seen with these eyes
Just two steps from my home lies
On a corn of paddy grain,
A glistening drop of dew.

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Posted November 27, 2013 by rajibroy in category "Vacations

10 COMMENTS :

  1. Amitesh MukherjeeBy Amitesh Mukherjee on

    As I was leaving a Rajarhat flat ( not ours) on 11th November in Kolkata, my iphone camera captured this just outside the banquet hall of the neighborhood complex. One of the two or three pictures I took inside the complex that day.

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  2. By Goutam Das on

    Darun, kintu thik kon boi thaka neoa hachiya mone porche na, Khinika ?

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  3. By Rajib Bose on

    Fantastic!! I was looking for the translation and I got it!! Thank you!!

    Reply

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