The poet beaurifully describes them as rainbow-tinted circles of tight. Stanza 1 Bangle sellers are we who bear Our shining loads to the temple fair… Who will buy these delicate, bright Rainbow-tinted circles of light?
Her bangles, like the flame of her marriage fire, are suitable for her because they symbolize these emotions.
The maidens like the newborn leaves or dew drops are pure, fresh and chaste. They symbolize her purity, innocence, and freshness of her maidenhood PASSAGE-3 i Golden or yellow coloured bangles, suitable for a bride are compared to fields of sunlight corn.
The poem appears to be jubilant as the colours it talks about. The bangles are suitable for the bud-like young maidens who dream of their happy future. Some of the bangles glow like newborn leaves, owing to the dew and water from the stream.
They represent the happiness of a bride-to-be on the morn of her wedding.
Different coloured bangles are worn by women in different stages of life. In its Indianness, the poem resembles another poem of hers, In the Bazaars of Hyderabad. They are like the innocence of a maiden.
Form and language of the poem The entire poem has a structure where each stanza focuses on a particular theme. The figure of speech- personification. The poem is about a bangle-seller talking about the various kinds of bangles he carries with him, and about the women that buy them.
With mostly octasyllabic lines the poem has no distinctive metre, but one has an apprehension of the same due to the use of easy language and a general fluidity of words.
They shout that some of their bangles are purple and gold flecked grey. The poet appropriatel describes them as tinkling, luminous, tender and clear. Some bangles are of the colour yellow like sunlit corn fields. Bangle sellers are we……daughters and happy wives.
Why do they choose to go to the temple fair? Lustrous tokens of radiant lives, For Bangle sellers daughters and happy wives. Her poetry, written in English, mostly dealt with Indian themes.
The blue and silver coloured bangles like the blue and silver mist of mountains; shades of pink of yet to blossom flowers or the clear dew drops on new born leaves are suitable for young maidens.
Bangle sellers could sell their goods anywhere. Who all are its prospective buyers? So she sheds tears. In the above extract, all the aspects of being a woman have been experienced. These bangles are compared to blue and silver mist of mountains as they symbolise the freshness and the beauty of young maidens.
He thinks these bangles are the tokens of happy lives and happy marriages.
State the colours of the bangles meant for a maiden. You may also want to take a look at this video playlist to learn more about this poem in an Audio-Visual format!
He is happy again.
From an early age, she showed merit as a poet and was sent abroad to study literature at a scholarship by the Nizam of Hyderabad after reading her play, Maher Muneer. Happy wives and happy daughters are the prodprctive buyers of the bangles.About The Bangle Sellers: ‘The Bangle Sellers’ was published in the collection of poetry called The Bird of Time: Songs of Life, Death and the Spring.
The poem depicts a group of bangle sellers who wander from town to town to sell their inventory. One of them becomes the narrator or the speaker of the poem. Discover the best Women's Bangle Bracelets in Best Sellers.
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Women of every age group are the prospective buyers of these bangles. Rosaryman - Exactly, today nowhere i think in India we can find it bangle sellers in fair except in the poem. world is changing on Jun 13 AM x edit - Nice.
The Bangle Sellers by Sarojini Naidu: About the poem Written by the prominent Indian poet and politician Sarojini Naidu, ‘ The Bangle Sellers ‘ is a poem exploring the life of Indian women, the Indian culture and traditions revolving around women.
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