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हंसा उडहुँ अगम को देस
हंसा उडहुँ अगम को देस
Pages: 40
Binding: Paperback
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Summary of the Book
‍Hansa Udahun agam ko des (40 pages) literally Oh! swan fly away to your abode' is a booklet containing a compilation of twenty six compositions by the revered, Prof. Shireeshdada Kawade. The first ten are in Hindi and the rest in Marathi.

The title of the first composition in Hindi gives this volume its name. Here the swan is a beautiful metaphor for the soul and the poet urges it to fly away to his abode and not be entangled in this alien world.

The reader is immensely familiar with the various discourses delivered by Shree Dada and also his many writings on the works of Indian saints. A glance at his poetry, however makes his followers immediately realize that Shree Dada is a poet in his heart. His compositions seem to use the least amount of words and yet fill our skies of understanding, while implicitly telling us that there much left to comprehend. His unparallel command of words, be they in Hindi or Marathi, leaves his fans utterly hypnotized.

Every composition in this volume is so intricately designed that it leaves the reader gasping for air just to get a hint of what it contains. The universe of his experiences from where he borrows to compose his poetry, though, always remains way beyond one's grasp. While his Hindi poetry leaves the reader with an uncomfortable feeling of unfamiliarity, the Marathi compositions quickly give them that warm feeling of reading the familiar works of Shree Dada. The compositions have an eerie resemblance to the tonal quality of abhangs (celestial songs) by 16th century saint-poet, the astonishing Shree Tukaram Maharaj.
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