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Eso Shyamala Sundara - Rabindra Sangeet translation - Poem of Rabindranath Tagore

এসো শ্যামল সুন্দর
Eso Shyamala Sundara
Eso Shyamala Sundara
Come, O the Beautiful Green of the Rainy Season

এসো শ্যামল সুন্দর
আনো তব তাপহরা তৃষাহরা সঙ্গসুধা ।
বিরহিণী চাহিয়া আছে আকাশে ॥১॥
Eso Shyaamolo Sundaro,
Aano Tabo Taapo-Haraa Trssaa-Haraa Sangga-Sudhaa |
Birahinnii Caahiyyaa Aache Aakaashe ||1||

Meaning:
1.1: Come, O the Beautiful Green (of the Rainy Season),
1.2: Bring your Nectar-like Companionship, which removes the Heat and the Thirst,
1.3: The one Separated from you is Looking at the Sky intently.

Come, O the Beautiful Green (of the Rainy Season).

Lotus


Eso Shyamala Sundara
সে যে ব্যথিত হৃদয় আছে বিছায়ে
তমালকুঞ্জ পথে সজল ছায়াতে
নয়নে জাগিছে করুণ রাগিণী ॥২॥
Se Je Byathito Hrdaye Aache Bichaayye
Tamaalo-Kun.ja Pathe Sajalo Chaayaate
Nayyane Jaagiche Karunna Raaginnii ||2||

Meaning:
2.1: He has laid down and Spread out his Distressed Heart ...
2.2: ... on the Way inside the Dark Groves, under the Moist Shade,
2.3: His Eyes are playing the Sad Tunes of separation.

Come, O the Beautiful Green (of the Rainy Season).

Lotus


Eso Shyamala Sundara
বকুলমুকুল রেখেছে গাঁ‍থিয়া
বাজিছে অঙ্গনে মিলনবাঁ‍শরি ।
আনো সাথে তোমার মন্দিরা
চঞ্চল নৃত্যের বাজিবে ছন্দে সে _
বাজিবে কঙ্কণ
, বাজিবে কিঙ্কিণী,
ঝঙ্কারিবে মঞ্জীর রুণু রুণু ॥৩॥
Bakulo-Mukulo Rekheche G.aathiyyaa
Baajiche Anggane Milano-B.aashari |
Aano Saathe Tomaaro Mandiraa
Can.cala Nrtyer Baajibe Chande Se _
Baajibe Kangkanna, Baajibe Kingkinnii,
Jhangkaaribe Man.jiira Runnu Runnu ||3||

Meaning:
3.1: Nature has woven the garland of Sprouts of the Bakula plants (in preparation of your arrival),
3.2: On the Courtyard, the Flute is Playing the tunes of this great Union,
3.3: Now you bring your Cymbals (of rain drops),
3.4: It will now Play with the Rhythm of the Restless Dance (of the rains),
3.5: The Bracelets of Nature will now Jingle (with the rains) , ...
3.6: The Anklets of Nature will now Jingle with the sound Runu, Runu, Runu.

Come, O the Beautiful Green (of the Rainy Season).
Bring your Nectar-like Companionship, which removes the Heat and the Thirst,
The one Separated from you is Looking at the Sky intently.

Lotus

Translated by greenmesg

Sri Rabindranath Tagore Poems of Sri Rabindranath Tagore in this site - Rabindra Sangeet translations:
  1. Aaj Dhaner Khete Raudra Chayay Lukochurir Khela
  2. Aakash Bhara Surja Tara Viswa Bhara Praan
  3. Aaloker Ai Jharna Dharaye Dhuiye Daao
  4. Aamar Mukti Aaloye Aaloye
  5. Aanandadhara Bahiche Bhubane
  6. Cakkhe Aamar Trishna Ogo, Trishna Aamar Bakko Jurre
  7. Ei Lobhinu Sangha Tabo Sundaro He Sundaro
  8. Eki Labanye Purno Prano Pranesha He
  9. Eso Shyamala Sundara
  10. Gram Chara Ai Ranga Matir Path
  11. Megher Kole Rod Heseche, Baadol Geche Ttutti
  12. Mono Mor Meghero Sanghi
  13. Nil Digante Oi Phuler Aagun Laglo
  14. Ore Bhai Phagun Legeche Bone Bone
  15. Paush Toder Daak Diyeche
  16. Shiter Haowaye Laglo Nachon Amlakir Oi Ddale Ddale
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