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English translation of Tagore song emon dine tare bola jay; please find it below.
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This day is perfect to speak out to her, Amid gloomy darkness and rain. This day is perfect to open up – Rumbling clouds raining incessant This day of dimness, void of daylight. Nobody would be listening to, Ambience tranquil lonesome. Facing each other deeply immersed in sadness, Downpours the sky, relentless – Seems not a soul else in the world. Futile is the civilization, Pointless is the noise of life. Drink potion of the eyes with the eyes only Exchange feelings of the hearts – All else have shrunk into the dark. Who on the earth is hurt If I can alight my heart so heavy. Amid rain persistent at a corner distant If I utter a word or two Who should bother anyway. Speeds the wind passionately, Strikes the thunder frequently. The sketches of life that remained in the heart Can well be expressed today – Amid gloomy darkness and rain. - Translated by Anjan Ganguly
In these torrential rains I can talk to you. In this cool and pitch dark, when the clouds roar and it pours, I can open my heart to you. All around there is no one – none to hear these words. Just the two of us facing each other, sad with intense sorrow. The sky pours incessant torrents, As if there is no one else in the world. Society, world – all vanished, all sounds of life silenced. Only the eyes will sip the nectar and the heart will feel it within. All else will be wiped out in the dark. If the burden within is off loaded, whom will it hurt? Once during the rains, in a quiet corner, If a few words are whispered to you, Who would be bothered? Today, the winds are strong and the lightning flashed – All that I wanted to tell and could not – All that should be told under these torrential rains. - Translated by Shailesh Parekh
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