What is the central idea or theme of the poem The Bangle Sellers?

QuestionsWhat is the central idea or theme of the poem The Bangle Sellers?
Fathima asked 3 years ago

Bring out the main idea / theme / central idea / message of the poem “The Bangle Sellers” by Sarojini Naidu.

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Jayanta Kumar Maity Staff answered 3 years ago

In Sarojini Naidu’s poem “The Bangle Sellers“, some bangle sellers go to the temple fair to sell their bangles. They shout their trade cry by glorifying those bangles and describing their colours and suitability for girls and women of various ages.
 
The main idea is to present the stages of woman life and the cultural tradition of a typical Indian society of the poet’s time. The bangles are compared with natural objects to symbolize the feelings and emotions attached with the life of Indian women and the roles played by the bangles.


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Manaswini Reddy Kaipu answered 2 months ago

The theme of the poem is the celebration of indian womanhood.

Sarojini Naidu describes each stage of an indian woman with a colour that is suitable. The poem shows the life of an indian woman from a dreamy maiden to an excited bride and then to a faithful wife. The bangle sellers say that they have silver and blue bangles such as the mountain mist and pink bangles such as a blooming flower fit for a maidens wrist. They say that they have red and yellow bangles for bride like their innocent laughter and tears . They tell that they have purple and gold flecked grey which shows the coming maturity for a married woman who cradled children and worships the gods at her husbands side.


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