Excerpt from The Indian Song of Songs: From the Sanskrit of the Gita Govinda of Jayadeva, With Other Oriental Poems
Beautiful ﬂowers please, whatever their name and country; and so far as any brightness or fragrance may have been preserved from the Aryan original in this paraphrase, it will no doubt be recognised by the reader of intelligence. Yet being so exotic, the poem demands a word or two of introduction.
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