Wind- Introduction

By | February 6, 2023
Wind- Introduction of the poem


                                   By- Subramanian Bharati

Introduction of the lesson- Wind

In this poem, the poet describes the action of the wind It breaks the shutters of the windows, throws down the books on the shelf and demolishes frail houses. But it has no effect on strong houses. It blows out weak fires. But it makes strong fires roar. The poet conveys the idea that nobody cares for the weak. The poet advises the weak ones to make themselves strong.
( इस कविता में ,कवि हवा के काम का वर्णन करता है । यह खिड़कियों के शीशे तोड़ देती है,  शेल्फ पर से पुस्तकें नीचे फैंक देती है और कमजोर मकानों को गिरा देती है । मगर इनका मजबूत मकानों पर कोई प्रभाव नहीं होता । यह कमजोर आग को बुझा देती है ।  मगर यह तेज आग को और प्रचंड बना देती है । कवि   यह विचार व्यक्त करता है कि कमजोर लोगों की कोई परवाह नहीं करता । कवि कमजोर लोगों को सलाह देता है कि वे स्वयं को मजबूत बनाएं । )

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Introduction of the lesson- Wind (2)

The poem “Wind” describes the power of the wind on nature and human life. It focuses on the violent aspect of wind that causes destruction. The fierce wind is also seen by the poet as a symbol of adversities in life. It ends with a suggestion that if we remain strong, we can overcome any obstacles. Written originally in Tamil by Subramania Bharati and translated by A. K. Ramanujan, this poem is an example of modem poetry written in free verse with unequal and unrhyming lines.

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