I mean the poems especially, picking and choosing the things that he he thought were poetic, collating a bit from the ashore of Yamuna and Ganga another bit from the grounds of Maliks, zamindars, Thakurs, observing and analyzing the lands of Vaishya, collating at least something or a lot from the surroundings of the wells of Brahmins? not only that i suppose, what about the things that he used to gain to sharpen and shape up his own life, listening to the conversations of the untouchables of Jorasanko, hearing the threats and insults of tops when the very poor trying not to steal but to take a bit of grain from the Thakurs mansions?
i believe that there is always some values and a loads of meaning of the things that people believe and trust when it comes to rituals, customs, and traditions of any society
do you believe in the same way kadambari ?
kadambari i am not a very student of 'history' please tell me whether both of you had enough time to visit 'the Taj Mahal' ?
what was his idea about a lover, the beloved husband building a ' mahal' in memory of his beloved?
did he expect the same by writing the Geetanjali'? was he thinking that whole world should mutter his beloved name for decades and generations to come, that is your name - ' Kadambari' ?
i don't like to assume 'NO" and it is little sad to assume that way
yet I am no different to others. I too like others, exactly like other curious human creatures. Were you embarrassed, me asking such a question from you? I am sure but will you please allow me to keep that before you?
You are not the only one of this universe that face such experiences in life and you are not the last one either
you were not a day dreamer right ? That is what i like to think
don’t tell anyone I listened to one of their conversations secretly when they were composing
I am asking you about the tradition, ritual of Sathi Pooja