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Patradoot or The Messenger 9/Many

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Patradoot or The Messenger 9/Many

Patradoot or The Messenger 9/Many

English version by
Ravindra K Kapoor



You would witness the earth, burning with heat,

Due to extreme temperatures,  running in summer,

It would remind you, the agonies of our farmers,

Who work under such torturing weather. 



How the farmers continue to grow their crops,

While working under the scorching summer flames,

Bearing the tortures of excessive heat,

Since ages like a solid rocks of earth, dear.

Ravindra

Kanpur  India. 20th May 2010                           to continue in 10


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Transliteration of Hindi poem in English- Patradoot or the Messenger.


Grisma Tap  Se  Tapit  Dhara  Ke, 

Drishya     Samene    Aayenge ,

Krishak   Jano  Ke  Grisma  Vyatha  Ka,   

Tughako   Dhayan  Karayenge.



Kaise  Agni   Karono  Me  Jul   Jal,

Krishak    Fasal    Upgate     Hai,

Sadiyon    Se    Chhattan   Bane  Wo,

Sub   Kuch  Sahte   Jate  Hai.


Patradoot in Hindi written by
Dr. Amar Nath Kapoor

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  1. Date: 9/5/2010 2:02:00 AM
    Ravindra, I can empathize with the farmers in India, while I lived in Fresno (Calif.) in my youth and growing our own food. It is the raison capital of the world I believe, and that is most likely because the poor grapes dry up on the vine before they can even pick them it is so hot there. A harsh life is related in your father's wonderful poem.

  1. Date: 6/19/2010 12:17:00 AM
    I am glad I got to this one where he mentions the poor farmers in the heat. Must remember next time to being with number ten when I return!! LUv, Andrea

  1. Date: 5/20/2010 6:24:00 PM
    This one will be not so sweet, like the lusting, romancing, and all the beautiful writes you encounter. Ravindra, I love this one so much. It tells you being a famer is no joy. One can say the sun beats on them the most, love it ,..p.d.

  1. Date: 5/20/2010 9:45:00 AM
    The brutal honesty in your lines of those laborers yet filled with love in their hearts to write to their beloveds... enjoyed this one too Ravindra..keep them coming ..luv.. Linda-Marie..

  1. Date: 5/20/2010 6:53:00 AM
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