Harekrishna Meher Poems
- Auspicious Dawn Auspiciously came Ushā, the blooming ...
- Love Knows No Distance “Even far, I’m thy very near. This ...
- Mahanadi And Sita: Tapasvini Then came a lady newly adorned, ...
- Illusion Of Modernity Is the modern world of armament like a...
- Accumulated Love: Meghaduta Some opine that anyhow during ...
- An Observation On Beauty Truth, Auspiciousness and Beauty ...
- Fragrance Of Mother Earth The Sun has risen in the ...
Dr. Harekrishna Meher is a Sanskrit scholar, researcher, creative writer, critic, poet, lyricist, composer of songs, orator and translator. He writes in Sanskrit, English, Hindi, Oriya and Koshali languages. His research articles, scholarly essays and poems published in the leading journals and magazines of national and international levels.
Harekrishna Meher was born at Sinapali, Nuapara District of Orissa in a renowned poetic family. His father was Poet Narayan Bharasa Meher and mother Smt. Sumati Meher. His grandfather Poet Manohar Meher is regarded as 'Ganakavi' of Western Orissa. He has excellent qualifications being topper in his career: B.A (Sanskrit Honours) from ... more »
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Ushā, the blooming lotus-eyed dame,
in her heart cherishing keenly
thirst for a vision
of the virtuous Jā nakī
Bearing dew-pearls as presentation
in her hands of leafage,
in the outer courtyard
of Sī tā ’s cottage,
in cuckoo’s tone spake she:
“O Chaste Lady!
Deign to give your sight;
Dawned the night.”
The saffron costume
of auroral shine,
flowers’ smiling bloom
and tranquil mien
make a room
in the mind to presume:
Some goddess of Yoga reaching the place,
by sweet words giving ...