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English translation of Tagore song ektuku chhoa lage; please find it below.
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Wih the slightest touch and a few words I sense the spring in my heart. The addiction of Palash and Champa Leaves me reeling with the colors and tune of the spring. Whatever comes close to my mind intermittently Paints the corners of it with dreams. Swells the tune of anxiety whenever they drift far away I am left reeling all day with their sweet sounds like anklet rings. - Translated by Anjan Ganguly
Just a little touch, just a few words With that I compose in my mind colourful images A little addiction from the Palash, perhaps mixed with a little Champa With that I weave melody and my emotions With the little that comes close between moments In a corner, the startled mind paints dreams What little grows distant, the thoughts stir the melody With that the day goes counting the rhythm of the anklet bells. - Translated by Ratna De
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