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Enter CHITRA, dressed as a womanThough essentially a play, it is indeed surprising that the book does not really have any stage directions mentioned in it and instead just chooses to concentrate on the core story.The genius of Rabindranath Tagores poetry is reflected in very prominent ways through the play, particularly in the sections when Chitrangada talks to Madana and Vasantha, when she gains transient beauty for a year in order to woo the Pandava princeI'm not sure if it's the translator's fault, or Tagore's, but the language was not as fresh as his other stuff (Gitanjali, The Gardener)Put this garland onThefalsehood, an illusion and a deceit of the Gods torment and cripple her soul and fill her with distrust and sadnessJustify your opinionYet it goes free and unconqueredThere he saw Chitrangada; the daughter of Chitravahana; the king of the countryDomes and towers and garden-trees look vague and shadowy, and the dull moan of the sea comes fitfully through the silence of sleepIn order to obtain an heir, he p This Play was written based on the following story:In the course of his wanderings and in fulfillment of a vow of self-punishment, Arjuna came to Manipur
My Kshatriya's right arm, idly occupied in holding it, forgets its dutiesArjunaNo, impossibleNOTE: Chitra (Chitrangada, 1892) was first published in English in 1914Oh, shame upon you! What have you seen in me that makes you false to yourself? Whom do you seek in these dark eyes, in these milk-white arms, if you are ready to pay for her the price of your probity? Not my true self, I know
"In step with Tagore"Being granted this wish, she succeeds in wooing Arjuna but as the time passed; she felt that her body has become her own rival as she wasn't herself anymoreMadanaChitraWhy these questions? Are the hours of unthinking pleasure over? Do you not know that I am no more than what you see before you? For me there is no vista beyondI found a lonely nook, and sitting down covered my face with both hands, and tried to weep and cry
Enter MADANA and VASANTAArjunaART thou the god with the five darts, the Lord of Love?For a single day make me superbly beautiful, even as beautiful as was the sudden blooming of love in my heartSCENE IV^ Thompson, Edward JohnBending her head she saw the sweet blossoming of her youth and the tender bloom and blush of her skinThen by the boon of gods I obtained for a year the most radiant form that a mortal ever wore, and wearied my hero's heart with the burden of that deceit
Yes, it is ChitraChitra^ "Tagore's Chitra"favorite share Flag this item for Graphic Violence Graphic Sexual Content Spam, Scam or Fraud Broken or Empty Data textsChitra: A Play in One Act by Rbindranth Tagore Published 1914 Scanner googleMediatype textsIdentifier-access 4287562Identifier chitraaplayinon00tagogoogCopyright-region USIdentifier-ark ark:/13960/t2t43r77xImagecount 103Source 17003915Backuplocation ia90360130Openlibraryedition OL6594603MOpenlibrarywork OL308512W SHOW MORE SHOW LESS Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpbBefore she started on her pilgrimage, Princess Chitra had set strong guards at all the frontier passesListen to my adviceLook how the wind is chased by the mad rain that discharges a thousand arrows after itFrom the flowering Malati bower overhead silent kisses dropped over my bodyI said, "Take me, take all I am!" And I stretched out my arms to him 2ffeafca65