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Mountain as Living Oracles of the Past and the Future in Mamang Dai’s Poem “The Voices of Mountains"

Author(s) Sarita Nahata
Country India
Abstract Northeast poetry refers to the rich and diverse literary tradition of poetry originating from the northern eastern region of India. Known for its cultural diversity, natural beauty, and vibrant traditions, the northeast is a home to a multitude of indigenous communities, each with its own unique language, customs, and folklore. Poetry from this region often reflects the cultural heritage, socio-political realities, and environmental concerns of the communities living in the region.
Another characteristic of Northeast poetry is the breathtaking landscapes and natural beauty of the northeast serve as a recurring theme in its poetry. Poets often draw inspiration from the lush forests, rivers, mountains, and valleys of the region, using vivid imagery and descriptive languages to evoke the sights, sounds, and sensations of the natural world.
The North-eastern poets stand as representatives of their entire community, and their poems are not singular, but they are voices of the inhabitants of the region. They explore themes of identity, belonging, and cultural heritage, reflecting the complex socio-political realities of the region. Poets address issues such as ethnicity, migration, displacement, and cultural assimilation, giving voice to the experiences and struggles of marginalized communities.
Overall, Northeast poetry offers a unique and richly textured literary landscape, showcasing the voices and perspectives of the diverse communities that call the region home. It serves as a testament to the resilience, creativity, and cultural richness of the North-eastern states of India.
Keywords Cultural Heritage, Socio-political realities, ethnicity, migration, marginalized communities, resilience.
Field Arts
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-04-29
Cite This Mountain as Living Oracles of the Past and the Future in Mamang Dai’s Poem “The Voices of Mountains" - Sarita Nahata - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.18819
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