The Gardener The Gardener a book of prose Most of the lyrics of love and life the translations of which from Bengali are published in this book were written much earlier than the series of religious poems

  • Title: The Gardener
  • Author: Rabindranath Tagore
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  • Page: 153
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1913 The Gardener, a book of prose Most of the lyrics of love and life, the translations of which from Bengali are published in this book, were written much earlier than the series of religious poems contained in the book name Gitanjali The verses in this book are far finer and genuine than even the best in Gitanjali.

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    1. The Gardener, Rabindranath Tagoreعنوانها: باغبان؛ باغبان عشق؛ نویسنده: رابیندرانات تاگور؛ ناریخ نخستین خوانش: یازدهم ژانویه سال 2016 میلادیعنوان: باغبان؛ نویسنده: رابیندرانات تاگور؛ مترجم: پژمان، کابل، 1336، در 88 صعنوان: باغبان عشق؛ نویسنده: رابیندرانات تاگور؛ مترجم: ف. گ. خطیر، تهران، بنگاه م [...]

    2. “It is a game of giving and withholding, revealing and screening again; some smiles and some little shyness, and some sweet useless struggles.This love between you and me is simple as a song.No mystery beyond the present; no striving for the impossible; no shadow behind the charm; no groping in the depth of the dark.This love between you and me is simple as a song.We do not stray out of all words into the ever silent; we do not raise our hands to the void for things beyond hope.It is enough wh [...]

    3. ngày xưa đi học bị bắt học thơ Tagore hiểu gì chết liền ._. =))) không biết mấy đứa nhỏ khác thì sao chớ đứa nhỏ là mình thì không thấy thơ của ông có gì hay cả o.o :-s (chắc mọi người đều thấy hay hết hả, huhu)ờ, thôi kệ (tự an ủi bãng thâng), nếu mọi thứ đều có nguyên nhân, vậy thì ngày xưa không thấy hay chắc là để ngày sau (ngày nay) tình cờ gặp lại Tagore giữa đường, đọ [...]

    4. Ovo možda nije najbolja knjiga sa kojom sam se susrela, ali je sasvim sigurno jedna od najljepših i vraćat ću joj se cijeloga života. Gradinar ili Vrtlar (1913.) sastoji se od 85 pjesama u prozi. Glavna tema Tagoreove lirike je ljubav – prema ženi, prirodi, čovječanstvu i svijetu uopće. Pjesnik nas poziva da se za ovog kratkog života posvetimo nečemu većem od sebe i prigrlimo to na svoja njedra, a šta je ljepše i veće od ljubavi. Uživanje za Tagorea nije vrhunac i jedini cilj l [...]

    5. Da mi je poezija imalo jasna, možda bih mogao mnogo više da cenim ovu zbirku. Verovatno to i zaslužuje. A pošto (i dalje) nije, trojka, jer uprkos Tagoreovoj fascinantnoj lirici, od osamdeset i pet pesama koje sam pročitao, mogu da se setim svega pet-šest. U trenutku čitanja sjajno, momenat posle zaboravno. 3

    6. Tagore shares with the reader a collection of the most beautiful love poems in The Gardner. Set in the Bengali countryside, Tagore's poems will capture the emotions plunged deepest in your heart. Tagore is your voice for all you've wanted to drip off your tongue but lack the talent to put into words. Tagore's writing is straightforward, difficult to believe his work is one hundred years old. Amazing and powerful prose that will pluck your heartstrings.

    7. How wonderful and strange to read Tagore in 2013, a full hundred years since his receiving the Nobel Prize in literature. The Gardener is wonderful because Tagore's poetry, ranging from rumination to rhapsody, mixes rural settings and nature so evocatively with his internal world of thoughts and feelings. I particularly liked a few verses on the ephemeral nature of beauty and loss, on growing old, on the connection between human and animal beings, and on what the Earth provides. And reading The [...]

    8. I thought Gitanjali was good, but this book just blew me away. The romanticism in this book is just refulgent, overflowing. I wish I had a copy on hand to quote some for you. The subject matter of each poem is usually a concentration and combination of a human subject (usually a beloved, male or female) intense imagery of human settlements (villages, bridges over rivers, markets) and intense nature imagery (flora, fauna, and all the usual things, with a great preponderance of climatic associatio [...]

    9. "Unos andan por el camino, otros pasean, algunos son libres, otros están encadenados, y mi corazón pesa en mis pies."En “El Jardinero” Tagore se propone homenajear al amor y la naturaleza y logra alcanzar la perfección. Es mi segundo libro del premio Nobel después de su aclamado "Gitanjali" y los dos han sido realmente maravillosos. Recomendado. El pájaro preso vivía en una jaula, y el pájaro libre en el bosque.Se encontraron por azar. El pájaro libre grita: ‘Amor mío, volemos hac [...]

    10. This is an excellent collection of Indian poetry rich in imagery and allegory. Very fresh and incredibly creative. I will read again.Here are two I liked:Baby's WorldI wish I could take a quiet corner in the heart of my baby's veryown world.I know it has stars that talk to him, and a sky that stoopsdown to his face to amuse him with its silly clouds and rainbows.Those who make believe to be dumb, and look as if they nevercould move, come creeping to his window with their stories and withtrays cr [...]

    11. This is just so wonderful. I especially love the translation that was done in Serbian more than that in English, maybe because it's my mother language, but I always feel more when I read in Serbian (there are no Serbian editions on this book, so I had to use this one instead).The first part between the slave and the queen is so heartbreaking in it's simplicity, and yet so complicated in its complexity, that you are left with two impressions - that you have witnessed something magical and at the [...]

    12. Beautiful poetry. I especially loved the sixth poem in this collection (the conversation between the caged bird and the free bird), and it was inspiring to read the last poem in this collection more than a century after it was written (since he was foreseeing that we would be reading it a hundred years from then.)

    13. ولكنّ سِحر الرياح التي لا مستقرَّ لهاقد أصابنيلنْ أُلقي بالاً الى قلبيو كلُّ ما أملكه تركته ورائي.

    14. My beloved poet and one of his masterpieces. Some of the most beautiful verses ever written about love.

    15. It came to me as a gift emblematic of love, freedom, and opinions. And do I need to mention how beautiful this work of Tagore is??? The more I read his works, the more the world of natural beauty attracts me. Tagore sends us an encoded message, painted with words which hit like lightning to my sensibilities. I instantly feel a pull through the eccentric connecting pipe between me and Tagore and I feel like I've known him for years. I picture his benevolent soul and I wait until the darkness come [...]

    16. kitapta 85 duygusal şiir var.bunlar, tam bir şiir sayılmasa da, her biri 5-10 cümle içeren, bi nevi serbest nazım da diyebileceğimiz, duygusal yazılardan, fıkra-köşe yazılarında oluşan bir metin. aşk, doğa, acı, keder temalı sözler. evet, çoğu acı, keder, karamsartabın ilk parçası bahçıvan, köle ve kraliçe arasındaki diyalogdan oluşur. ve kitabın geri kalanıyla ilgisiz (bence), diğer şiirlerden-sözlerden bağımsız. sanırım farklı ruh haliyle yazılmış.

    17. Another great collection of beautiful hymns and poems written by the great writer poet of India, Shri Rabindranath Tagore. Though most of the poems written in this book are related to nature and its beauty in the simple encounters of our daily life in our garden, village and countryside, the poet seems to have drifted towards reality of life secrets and philosophy towards the end. The mention of flute (a special music instrument) in many of the poems gives us the feeling of reference to Lord Kri [...]

    18. সপ্তম শ্রেণীতে থাকতে এই বইটি প্রথম পড়ছিলাম। সেবার পড়ে কিছুই প্রায় বুঝিনি। এবার পড়ে যে সে সব বুঝে গেছি সে কথা বলা ঠিক হবে না। তবে এটুকু জানি কিছু বই ছিঁড়ে খুড়ে বিশ্লেষণ করতে ইচ্ছে হয় না। এটা এম [...]

    19. dibanding dengan Gitanyali, saya lebih bisa menikmati buku inilah satunya yang ini, lirik 28 hal. 55,Matamu yang mengandung tanya itu duka. Ia mencari-cari hendak mengetahui isi hatiku bagai bulan hendak menduga laut.Telah kusingkapkan hidupku seluruhnya di muka matamu, tak ada lagi yang tersembunyi atau tertahan. Itulah sebabnya mengapa tak kau tahu aku.Jika hidupku hanya sebuah permata, akan dapat kupecahkan jadi seratuskeping dan kurangkai jadi seutas rantai untuk kukalungkan di lehermu.Jika [...]

    20. La poesía de Tagore más que leerse en un libro, de principio a fin, poema por poema, es preferible leerla un poema a la vez, escogido al azar y dejar que las palabras que retratan un momento en el tiempo y espacio fluyan con la misma serenidad que las escenas que describen.No hay conflicto ni pasiones desbordadas, no existe la angustia ni el arrebato, las palabras de Tagore son como una brisa, suaves pero bien definidas. Cada poema muestra un mundo tan en equilibrio que no hay modo en el que l [...]

    21. Saya menyukai syair-syair Tagore dalam buku ini, meski banyak juga yang saya tidak paham, namun secara rima (dalam terjemahan Indonesia) menyenangkan untuk disajakkan dan penggunaan kata-kata indah yang tidak lazim namun enak dibaca sungguh mengangkat apresiasi saya terhadap bahasa Indonesia yang dapat mewakili keindahan syair Tagore.Perasaan saya pun selama membaca syair Tagore ini sukacita dan mendapat suntikan semangat untuk melakukan pembaruan dalam kehidupan. Saya ingin mengutip syair terak [...]

    22. Pas toiCarving into bark till you bleedNailing the doors shut, locking yourself upLiving inside a dream from staying up too latePraying to shadows and walking on for so longThough I keep telling myself it takes timeThough I keep writing it downWhatever I do, wherever I amNothing erases you, I'm thinking of youDays go by as empty furrowsWithin reason but with no loveMy luck goes by and the winds changeOnly remains the absence, unabashedlyThough I keep telling myself that I can't help itThat you d [...]

    23. "I run as a musk-deer runs in the shadow of the forest mad with his own perfume.The night is the night of mid-May, the breeze is the breeze of the south.I lose my way and I wander, I seek what I cannot get, I get what I do not seek.From my heart comes out and dances the image of my own desire. The gleaming vision flits on.I try to clasp it firmly, it eludes me and leads me astray. I seek what I cannot get, I get what I do not seek."This book can be read in hours but should be read in days as it [...]

    24. Tagore's poetry is always a delight. His poem "Unending Love" is my favourite poem of all time.In this short 150 page book, Tagore has published 85 short poems. Some run more like couplets, but his characteristic language persists; a couple lines evoke far off scenes and nostalgia, while the next few lines remind you of someone you know. Each poem is its own microcosmic universe, and I took a while to finish this book because I wanted to savour the beauty of these lines. I really wish I knew Ben [...]

    25. The book's a collection of 85 poems based on the beauty and enchantment of love by the legendary poet Rabindranath Tagore. 'Gitanjali' having earned immense popularity, appreciation and love, 'The Gardener' was a successful attempt to bring his other poems into light.The poems in this collection are also superb like the ones in 'Gitanjali'(it's obvious that they will be as they are written by Tagore). Some people even say that this collection is even much better than 'Gitanjali'.Overall it's ano [...]

    26. Simple, deep - universal in its candor and deeply intrinsical in its mysticism/eroticism. One of the finest books of love poetry I've ever read and, like very other Tagore's work, there is a shade of question that closes a whole world inside which you can't see or experience by your mind or your eyes - you must touch it and hug it with all of your soul, just as Tagore's love hugs every single verse of this book. Astonishing.

    27. "The Gardener" is a collection of love poems, where the lover compares himself to a gardener and the beloved to his queen. The verses are intricately woven and they explore the depths of love, its anguish as well as the sublime desires. The poems are rich with imagery and allegory. As in many others of Tagore's works, these love poems can be read on many levels, but they are particularly perceptive of our innermost spiritual strivings.

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