The poet offers this poem to her muse, Maa Durga, who arrives on the earth riding upon a lion and destroys all the hostile forces.
The author presents a few key facets of Sri Aurobindo’s poetry and poetics that she, a poet herself, finds most fascinating.
In this part, with the help of a few examples, the author speaks of poetic vision of Sri Aurobindo and also discusses Overhead aesthesis.
For her first contribution to Renaissance, Gayatri Majumdar pens a poem that evokes a range of subtle emotions that make up most of our human relations. And yet there is always that gentle reminder, a call even to transcend the bondage of those emotions toward an inner freedom.