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Similar Mahaweli compositions abound Pragnaloka 9. As noted above, the twentieth- century print versions were ultimately the product of many poet kings.
Janakavi scribes were not pure copyists, but creators, perhaps sometimes unwittingly by misremembering, but also with intention, as the quatrains entirely unique to each edition testify. Tracking these differences can reveal shifting authorial preferences.
In the SJK version, for example, the writer included more verses to introduce the Samanala section, specifying that this description of Lanka was originally created as a sermon when the Buddha left the footprint on the summit The SJK writer also added verses to link the waters of Samanala all the way up to the cosmic cascades of Mt. Meru, primordially dispersed by God Sakra In other instances, only the first few syllables of each line were similar, but the verse was otherwise entirely reconstructed.
Minor differences often resulted in only a rephrasing of the same idea. In another verse, the SJK writer expanded on the theme of fours Like the janakavi verse cited above that compared the four rivers to refuges that extinguish maras, this verse in SJK also associated the 22 The name Bhuvanekabahu served a similar purpose in other texts of the period, not as an actual king but as a composite figure incorporated into an ancestral myth Obeyesekere "Boundary Books and Immigration Myths" Overall, these sorts of variations show the wide reservoir of literary content from which janakavi poets were able to draw, meaning songs could be tailored to tastes.
They sought a balance of familiarity and novelty to appeal to farming audiences, enthusing them to sow, reap, and thresh as one.
This way, the reader can track which verses are unique to the respective editions, which are identically shared, and which developed variations. In verses where syllabic differences were dramatic and altered meanings significantly, I present two separate quatrains.
I have tried to maintain as close a following of the Sinhala as possible, without extensive punctuation additions, while still crafting a readable translation. At times, adhering to original word order creates slightly awkward English phrasings, but if the idea is still clear, I maintain that order. Annotations throughout are meant to guide both novice and specialist through technical terms and mythic allusions.
Tuesday, Sunday, paddy cutting Triple-refuge having recalled, to the fields descending From every god, permission taking All along the field, lines forming 2. On the right, with the cart, poetry filling On the left side, people finishing The Sun God protecting us all From the Moon God, the warrant24 also taking 3. Thanks are due to Stephen C. Berkwitz and the peer-reviewers of the SLJH for their feedback on the introduction. His specific suggestions on this work, and overall tutelage in how to best translate ambiguous janakavi, have been invaluable.
Responsibility for any infelicities below rests solely with me. For refreshment, drink milk To all gods, give merit While doing, place a leaf cluster26 Let us all go to the resting huts 5. The noble Sage Lord27 having worshipped initially Two or three times having invoked the gods Mentally weaving, having versified Now let us sing, having made the rhythm 6.
In the world, parents and teachers In truth, all people at this time Becoming loving toward my words In truth, everyone give permission 7. In the manner of a flower bloomed in the lake As the sound of the group of bees buzzing Powerfully carrying poetry for recitation In the field let us cut paddy without loitering 26 Referring to the betel leaves on which offerings to gods or important personages are often placed.
Having sought and beheld, having versified Having beseeched benevolence of the gods The book with the writing pleasantly having spoken, let us cut, the hand toughened 9.
Having made the rhythm, speaking well In the former time, at the place here indeed The mind in focused solitude for this same28 Our headman, let us cut without loitering This proud poetry book People with lessons not here To study this book Drama gods, come again In the morning the crowd having come to the field Discomfort impossible because of reciting poetry At the beginning of the verse as I spoke Not like the lady's laugh for this29 Having played as the voice struck Having harassed, I came to the field 28 i.
Let us make merit to see nirvana From sin let us not go to a hell Like this, means realized, let us speak Composed paddy poems let us speak Every one of us increasing in worth In the mode of joking poetry singing Without mischief, cutting paddy Little sister, to you I give my life Written decorations pleasantly Having come to cut paddy If unable to speak to you all Why did you tell me to speak?
How I've spoken the poetry now, Hear, becoming greatly happy. Here is there other poetry? Behold the grandeur by this poem. Spoken without ability, two-handed lies and such mouth-nonsense, do not speak. To not speak falsely is meritorious. People are not here correctly. As they say they are unable, to me occurs this desire-increasing poetry book. Listen well to this poetry book. Come as the spoken voice struck, so as to furtively cut paddy.
Distantly they live; not opening the mouth, come, you, too, to this by cart. Recite the poetry of the book Do not recite in your head Without poetry here to hear In hand there are no gifts From the morning we having come Having descended well to the field quickly Not roughly, words chattering Don't tell me the woman's laugh 30 Indicating the poem was meant to encourage people who were reluctant to work.
Ritually listening to poetry with passionate mind, not swiftly in this sky field. Paddy from which to take flowers to offer, wherever it is, do not cut. Improper ugly words, do not speak. To go to the west, too, the sun was unable to finish at this time, this poetry desired to hear. Without divergence let us cut, shoulders valorous. The paddy I am unable to cut I take the sickle to hand Unable to speak poetry well Let us cut paddy, hand having hardened34 31 A variety of paddy 32 Seemingly comparing the paddy field to the field of air through which the poetry floats 33 Instructing not to cut paddy with flower blooms that could be used for religious offerings.
This may also indicate such paddy is not ready for harvest; compare with the third line in verse For food, rice and fish giving For drink, water brought, too, giving Of this book that had been versified To recite without a single fault The sun to set, approaching. There are people who came from afar. From before, there is our custom. Courage having taken, let us cut by hand. Unable to say the hand is in pain Saying nothing is the custom to cut There is not a clever person for this now35 Having come in the field, let us cut paddy To eat well, rice is given To give, there is betel, taken To drink water, became mindful To go to the village, considered The home nourishing by the speaking of poetry Without loneliness, come here 35 The poet admonishes people who forgo the custom to not complain of pain during harvest work.
Without abandonment, for this work result Friendly people to bring together With fish, rice to eat Friends gave for the midday rice For the mind, this poetry is not undesired For rice, the desire becoming great In a book there were forty poems Without the memory of the poetry here This book that sings play poems, is it your intention to request?
Do not request this book. Though harassed, it will not be received. Having bowed the head and worshipped the triple-gem, love increasing, all gods having invoked, these errors in this poetry I speak, forgive, all gods today. Similarly, Telugu poets of the early twentieth century stigmatised eigh- teenth-century Telugu poetry with its themes of sensual women and love-making.
They too sought to make poetry a vehicle for social reform. Telugu poet C. Sinhala stanza cited in Ananda Rajakaruna, Ananda Sampraveditaya, p. Oxford University Press, , pp. In the opening stanza, he urged women to maintain their chastity before marriage: Parental love allows her to grow into a maiden Like the moon that blossoms the water lily. Beautiful, her heart of gems and treasures is Unstained by lustful touches.
Because they initiated a period of romanticism in Sinhala poetry, they could be considered parallel to the Hindi chayavad Romantic poets who rejected the didacticism of their Dvivedi-era predecessors in favour of the romanticism of the English Romantics and Rabindranath Tagore. An Anthology Oxford: Oxford University Press, , p. Sugatadasa, trans.
Mallagoda ed. Samasta Lanka Sinhala Kavi Sammelanaya, , p. A Chayavad Anthology Oxford: University of California Press , pp. However, romantic sentimental love between young people, prior to, or unrelated to marriage, hardly ever occurs in the ancient poetry. Kaviraj writes: In the historical transformation of the discourses of love, Rabindranath Tagore was a princi- pal performer and his work constituted a principal site of the transition from one aesthetic structure to another.
Perera prefaced the poem with an introductory paragraph: Love is a covetous feeling from heaven that rises in the human heart! I too make such an effort with The Sugarcane Arrow. See also A. Senanayake Prabhashanaya Kotte: Sri Jayawardenepura Vishwa Vidhyalaya, , p. On Tagore and romanticism, see V. Obeyesekere, Sinhala Writing and the New Critics, p. A Cul- tural History Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, , pp. Alwis Perera P. Senarathna, ed. Come to my garden walk, my love. Pass them by, stopping at some chance joy, that like a sudden wonder of sunset illumi- nates, yet eludes.
Overtake it or miss it forever. Poems New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi,  , p. Poems, p. The earliest book in the Sinhala language related to Tagore seems to have been a biography entitled Tagore Charitaya The Life of Tagore written by Ven.
Sumangala Himi. University of Colombo, , pp. See W. Abeysinghe ed.
Prathama Bhagya Maradana: Samayawardhana Pothala Samagama, , pp. Prathama Bhagya, p. Here, Per- era compares the commencement of spring to the fanfare of a royal parade: The gods become pleased listening To the Spring Goddess sing songs v. The jungle exhibits new beautiful paintings: As the moon shrouds all with cool milky white light Kamadeva embraces his wife Rati like she is a pot of honey [They are] eager to make love in the range of hills lying Above the blue gem-like plantain forest v.
The three entries from Stray Birds are numbers , and Alwis Pererage Kavi Maradana: Ratna Pot Prakashakayo, , p. Simasahita Tisara Prakasakayo,  , p. Sinhala verse cited in ibid.
When, for instance, Rati gallops forward on her horse, the reader senses it represents the rush of lust: Rati mounts the back of the horse The ornaments around her small waist tinkle When she makes the horse gallop Forward with her two spurs v. Are her breasts not like two Japanese balloons Full of air and about to burst? Modernist Realism 1 In , Siri Gunasinghe b. Catherine Benton, God of Desire: State University of New York Press, , p. Piyasiri Printing Systems,  , p.
FIELD to the relationship between a bright doll and a child. Gunasinghe remarked acidly of Perera: For the last ten years, the same meta- phors and similes have been used in the same context, with a slight twist here and there, and they have ceased to be lively for the reader, and are almost turned barren. This is mainly due to the fact that the writers lack sincerity in their expression for the most part.
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