Ishwar Chandra Gupta

(March 1812 - 23 January 1859 / 24 Parganas / British India)

Ishwar Chandra Gupta Poems

1. Duryodhan At Dvaipayan 3/19/2012

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  • Samiul (11/21/2017 1:05:00 PM)

    He was one of the early exponents of satire in Bangla poetry

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  • SAMIUL (11/21/2017 1:03:00 PM)

    I love Bangla poems

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Duryodhan At Dvaipayan

In the far horizon streaks of blood
merge into the black gloom;
Below, on the darkling solitary plain
whose form sprawls, alone?

--Know you not who I am? That name have I not
forgotten-- king am I-- Raja Duryodhan!
Kurukshetra, is it over?--
Where am I-- is this Dvaipayan?
O Queen, queen Bhanumati--
where are you, my wife, in calamity?
--Chariot; my chariot,-- driver, charioteer--
Where, where are the guards gone?
Oh! the pain-- torment agonising--
who calls the royal surgeon?
Royal valour, hero's fortitude--
will even they give way ...

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