Beauty is within the eyes of the beholder! True.
Let us attempt to perceive the phrases love, romance and relationship from some poetic scenes from Sanskrit and Tamil literature.
First from an anthology referred to as Kurunthokai from early Tamil literature.
A hero on seeing the heroine fell in love along with her. Love at first sight. She additionally felt the identical.
The hero tells to the heroine, thus:
“Oh! What could be my mother and father be to yours? How did you and I meet ever? The hearts filled with love mingled together like the drops of rain that mingle with the red sand on the earth and becomes one and cannot be easily separated.
The moment the water mingle with the sand nobody can separate the red colour or the sand from the water”.
Like this two hearts mingled collectively and turn out to be one. There could also be two our bodies however each have just one breadth.
They can’t bear the separation. Such is the character of actual love.
One extra Scene from a Sanskrit poem. This poem was very a lot attracted the nice King Bhoja who’s a really nice scholar. He quotes this poem in his well-known work titled
Love Romance Relationship – Some Poetic Scenes!
A good friend of the forlorn spouse to the enquiring lover replies his questions like this:
“Is she well and cheerful?”
“I ask you, “Is she nicely?”.’
“I’ve replied, “she lives”.’
“You are saying the same thing again”.
“Am I to say she is dead when she still breathes?”
Such is the situation of his beloved spouse.
The lovers take into consideration their union.
They embraced one another within the mattress room which is their sports activities floor. In the tight embrace her breasts have been pressed, her pores and skin thrilled. And then what occurred?
Between her fairly thighs, the night time costume slipped because the oil-smooth sap of affection has overflowed. She began whispering, to her lover, ‘Let me relaxation please,my darling, not once more. Don’t make me”. She pleads very softly. She sighs again. The hero started thinking,”is she asleep? Or dying? Or else fully melted into my coronary heart? Or, am I seeing all these items in my dream? Is she a dream?”
The hero is lamenting thinking her beloved lover thus:
“Such are her thighs, her loins and stomach,
Such are her breasts and such her smile,
Such her candy phrases, her waterlily eyes, the chignon of her hair,
And such her face, distilling drops of magnificence’s nectar.
Many’s the time I sit within the meditation thus
Of a single function of my fawn-eyed love.”
How can we illustrate a gorgeous lady?
Here is a Sanskrit poem:
“Her body is a pond,
Her face thereof a lotus and her arms the lotus stems,
Her loveliness the water and her triple fold the wave.
Therein a strong young elephant,
No other than my heart, has plunged,
But caught fast in love’s quicksand will never rise again”.
Yes, love certainly is a quicksand. And actual relationship can not bear a separation.
This is being revealed from our Sanskrit and Tamil literature.
There are hundreds of such poems and allow us to learn to grasp about love, romance and relationship!
The students like Daniel H.H.Ingalls have chosen, compiled and translated these poems in a becoming method.