Wednesday, June 13, 2012


This poem is published in "Utkal Bharati" the magazine published by Odia community in BHEL Bhopal.
This talks a thought of a migrant from rural India settled in city. It talks of hopes and despairs
and reminiscences a migrant passes through in its journey for livings. At the end the immigrant reconciles and accepts both - one is Yashoda and the other Devaki. Emergent India has to be a good mix of rural and urban India narrowing down the difference between.

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Amaresh Chandra Das said...

ବହୁତ୍ ବଢିଆ ହେଇଛି ଆଜ୍ଞା ...

Hrushikesha Mohanty said...

Thanks Amaresh.
Happy Raja Sankranti!

Anonymous said...

I like the kabita: the line most touched to me is"Ama suska otho pare asithanta hasa duidhara".

Sincere regards


Anonymous said...

Yes Sir , No poda pitha .. Doli nahi ... missing my home badly ...

Thanks & Regards,
Amaresh Chandra Das

Anonymous said...

Dear Sir,
Nice Kabita................

Anonymous said...

The poem 'prabasira cinta' is a quite philosophical story. The
mythical symbolism of debaki and jasoda are really representing the
image of rural and urban life culture.
with best regards

Hrushikesha Mohanty said...

dear Ramesh

Thanks. It also tells of indifference of ne place to

migrants and also conservatism of migrants accepting

the place of living as their own place. This results in

indifference of individual both to native place and

the plca of living.

Individual and state both todo more to bridge the gap

between urban and rural India.

Happy raja sankranti| Are you in Odisha?