When I heard about this beautiful site
From many poet friends, I was happy
They suggested me to join frequently,
Then I started visiting poems here!
Oh my dear child Lord,
You come soon to eat,
I have freshly prepared curd,
And I have kept butter in clay pot,
Note about this Odia Poem:
"Oh dear Mother, you are Goddess Saraswati. Knowing that you are giver of Vidyaa (Education and Spiritual knowledge) , we are praying you beholding both hands. First chalk-pen is touched on slate's table and I have written your name in this, Oh dear Mother Bharati, the goddess of Vani (word, letters and speech) . In every school today your pandal is decorated and fried rice, rice seasoned with jaggery and sweet cakes are offered as holy food of worship. Today is the day of Basanta Panchami. We have prepared garland of flowers. Decorating flowers I have made garland for you, oh dear Goddess, giver of Vidyaa. Oh dear Goddess Mother, you accept our offer of holy palm of flowers. Getting your graceful vidyaa, Budhashaya completes this song and surrenders before your holy feet.
ହେ ମାତା ସରସ୍ୱତୀ
I love my Lord, he is love of love,
I love my Lord, he is power of living,
My past is burnt and my pain has gone away,
I am in his way of light, I am in heaven,
Budhashaya Behera is an Odia language poetess from Odisha and a devotee of Lord Krishan. She is very pious and spends her time in worship, visiting temples and holy places across the country of India. She loves to write devotional poems in Odia language. English is her second language. She also performs devotional rituals and guides others to have ...