Sunday, October 28, 2007

#97 How to make love in a snow fall season?

VERSE 97
HEMANTA RITU (Pr: Heemanta Rutu)
DESCRIPTION OF SNOW FALL SEASON

Heemantee dadhi dugdha sarpir as`aana,
maanjisht`ha vaasa bhritaha
Kaasmiira drava saandra digdha
vapushas chinnaa vicitrai rataih
Vrittooru stana kaaminii jana
kritaas`leesha grihaabhyantaree
Taambuulii dala puuga puurita mukhaa
dhanyaaha sukham seeratee.


GIST
The poet describes the joyful sleep of men and women during the snow-falling season. The men sleep in the embrace of dames with round and strong breasts and hips. They delightfully take food made of yoghurt (curds), milk, clarified butter (ghee) and boiled rice. They apply a dense paste of saffron to their bodies exhausted from sex play in different postures. They masticate mouthfuls of pawn leaves and sleep in the inner rooms of their homes.


Heemantee dadhi dugdha sarpir as`aana,
(Food they eat) :In snow-falling season, boiled grains with curds, milk and clarified butter.

maanjisht`ha vaasa bhritaha
(Clothes they wear): Wearing clothes of Manjisht`ha color (something like pinkish-red).


Kaasmiira drava saandra digdha
(Paste they apply on their bodies): Applied with dense paste of saffron.

vapushas chinnaa vicitrai rataih
Bodies broken and exhausted by sex plays of different postures.

Vrittooru stana kaaminii jana kritaas`leesha
Embraced by dames with round and strong breasts and hips/thighs.

Grihaabhyantaree
In the inner (bed) rooms of their homes

taambuulii dala puuga puurita mukhaa
mouths full of pawn leaves

dhanyaaha sukham seeratee.
the accomplished sleep comfortably.

GLOSSARY
MANJISHTHA (PR: Manjisht`ha) : a Indian creeper. common English name: India madder. Botanical name: Rubia Cordifloria. Telugu: Balusu. Kannada: Manjisht`a valli. Tamil: Manjitta. Malayalam: Manjatti. Hindi: Manjit. In the context of the above verse: Pinkish red color. In Telugu Chengavi rangu. Cengaavi color.

KASMIIRA (pr: Kaas`miira) : Another name for saffron, because it is grown extensively in the Kashmir valley.

TAMBULAM (pr: Taambuulam) : It is a custom in India for new couples to eat pawn leaves and betelnuts profusely. There is a belief that it promotes mutual love and passion. Here is a link to enable you see a photo and description:

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Piper_betel's_leaf.jpg

No comments:

Are you searching for Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions?


Here is a site dedicated to Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions in 1000 subjects such as

Anatomy, Pathology, Physiology, Pathophysiology Applied Therapeutics, Pharmacology.

English Synonyms and Antonyms.
Arithmetic, Time and distances, Numerical Ability.
Reasoning.

Botany, zoology.
Physics, chemistry.

ayyo.zxq.net


Alternative site:
ayyo.x10.mx

1000 random study materials, in 1000 subjects.

1000 random tests.
Online answering, On line scoring.

Answers for all the questions, both correct and incorrect.

No need of registration.