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The Boatman's Song 3/ Many
The Boatman’s Song 3/ Many Indra was aware that Apsaras Urveshi Was the incarnation of heavenly beauty And her restlessness and impatience can spoil The very beauty of her body and dance Which was the pride and embodiment of perfection He also knew that without Urveshi Even the heaven would look lifeless, without any beauty Everyone in heaven had thrown their hearts To get only one glance of Urveshi’s adorable loving eyes During her dancing sessions, the junior Gods of Indra used to remain glued Sometimes forgetting even their breathing Such was the magic of her beauty, dance and songs Even Indra often found himself lost in beholding The flawless figure of her body and her lovely dance forms And such was her dancing skills that even Apsaras Used to get lost in the sweetness of her voice And the thrilling and joy of her skillful dance Lord Indra’s realization of Urveshi’s feelings Indra was thinking, whether to allow her to visit the earth To hear the melodies of the boatman or Not to allow her, as it could be risky for a woman like Urveshi Urveshi may get tempted and may fall in love With that earthly voiced singer, whose songs Are echoing beyond the horizons of earth And have reached even in the sphere of heaven Indra was aware that Urveshi was the most beautiful Among all the Apsaras of heaven and of the entire universe And if she keep on worrying about the boatman’s songs At the cost of her dances, joys and pleasures It was going to spoil her lavishly bestowed beauty Which glitters and glow or get pale on a woman As per the love or longings blows in her heart and reflects on her face Ravindra to continue… Kanpur India 6th January 2010 * Apsara (A Nymph dancer of heaven in the court of Indra as per Hindu Mythology * Indra (The Lord of Heaven as per Hindu mythology * Urveshi (One of the beloved Apsaras of Indra * Saraswati (Goddess of knowledge, music & arts) * Jungle (Forest)
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