What is the meaning of Indian love song by Sarojini Naidu?
Lift up the veils that darken the delicate moon of her glory and grace; elegance of movement: courteous good will. Do not withhold him to his love, from the night of his longing the joy of her luminous face; bright or shining, especially in the dark. Give him a spear of the scented keora guarding her pinioned curls; the outer part of a bird's wing including the flight feathers: cut off the pinion of (a bird) to prevent flight. Or a silken thread from the fringes ; a border of threads, tassels, or twists, used to edge clothing or material; that trouble the dream of her glimmering pearls; shine faintly with a wavering light: a faint or wavering light. Faint grows in his soul with her tresses' perfume; a long lock of a woman's hair: arrange (a person's hair) into long locks; and the song of her anklets' caprice; a sudden and unaccountable change of mood or behaviour. Revive him he pleads, with the magical nectar; a sugary fluid secreted within flowers to encourage pollination by insects, collected by bees to make into honey; that dwells in the flower of her kisses.
How shall she yield; produce or provide (a natural, agricultural, or industrial product); to the voice of his pleading; the action of making an emotional or earnest appeal; how shall she grant the request of his prayer, or give him a rose-red silken tassel; a tuft of hanging threads, knotted together at one end and used for decoration in soft furnishing and clothing: the tufted head of some plants, especially a flower head with prominent stamens at the top of a maize stalk; a scented leaf from her hair? Or fling; throw forcefully; hurl: (fling oneself into) wholeheartedly engage in (an activity or enterprise); in the flame of his heart's desire the veils that cover her face, Profane; secular rather than religious: not initiated into religious rites: not respectful of religious practice; the law of her father's creed; a system of religious belief; a faith; for a foe of her father's race? His kinsmen have broken their sacred altars and slaughtered their sacred kine; cows collectively. The feud of old faiths and the blood of old battles sever his people and hers.
He enquired from her about the sins of his race. To his beloved, what are his people to her? And what are her shrines, and kine and kindred; one's family and relations: relationship by blood; what are her gods to him? Love recks; pay heed to something: (it recks) it is important; not of feuds and bitter follies, of stranger, comrade or kin. Alike in his ear sound the temple bells and the cry of the muezzin; a man who calls Muslims to prayer from the minaret of a mosque. For Love shall cancel the ancient wrong and conquer the ancient rage. Redeem with his tears the memoried sorrow that sullied damage the purity or integrity of; defile; a bygone age.