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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Havai jaaj si uddan: Examples of new symbols in Garhwali poetry

Bhishma Kukreti
(Notes on new symbols in modern poetries; new symbols in modern Garhwali poetries; new symbols in modern Uttarakhandi poetries; new symbols in modern Mid Himalayan poetries; new symbols in modern Himalayan poetries; new symbols in modern North Indian poetries; new symbols in modern Indian poetries; new symbols in modern South Asian poetries; new symbols in modern Asian poetries]
 When Krishna says in Geeta that ‘I was there when xyz were there or this was told by Surya to xyz “that means conscious was there when this galaxy or elements were formed in hidden form.
  Same thing is applied in poetry that conscious or emotions were same from the beginning of poetry creation as they are in today’s poetry creation. Poets have been changing symbols for creating same emotions that Krishna is talking about.
  Madan Duklan is important signature in Garhwali poetry not that he created volumes but readers and critics admire Madan that he brings new symbols for describing emotions and creating enjoyable images.
  He perfectly bends old common phrases and newer symbols for creating the desired images into mind.  
   The following poem is an illustration for critics admiring Madan Duklan.
हवैजाज सि उड़दन सुख
 
कवि- मदन डुकलाण
 
 
कबि घाम छन कबि छैल छन
येत जिन्दगी का खेल छन
रोज होन्दन इम्त्यान यख
पास हूणा कवी फेल छन
सूनु छक्वे यख नाक नी छ
जोग का ये खेल छन
बं जौं देखी रूणा बल्द
हळया नदारद गैल छन
हवै जाज सि उड़दन सुख
दुखून की रेल छन
 The above poem is one of the representative poems of modern Garhwali poetry.

Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti, 12/7/2012
Notes on new symbols in modern poetries; new symbols in modern Garhwali poetries; new symbols in modern Uttarakhandi poetries; new symbols in modern Mid Himalayan poetries; new symbols in modern Himalayan poetries; new symbols in modern North Indian poetries; new symbols in modern Indian poetries; new symbols in modern South Asian poetries; new symbols in modern Asian poetries to be continued…