Love And Love: The Elements Of Love

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The experience of love is very rare because this is not just a feeling rather than this connects two souls. Whenever we ask, “what is love?” It simply addresses the meaning to the question, which we wonder “Am I loved?” Or we ask “Do I love?” When we are loved, we tend to feel it intuitively in our guts. But he does it work? Is there an extrasensory perception in the heart that is able to read the feelings in another person’s heart, In fact? , it is really not that ethereal or supernatural. On the contrary, it’s pretty practical and down-to-earth .Our heart takes cues from our senses. Everything we see, hear, taste, touch or smell teaches us about our universe. We don’t need to contemplate or ask question. Our sensory organs report to our brains…show more content…
Modern romantic novels have many things in it like it has an element of love but it also has inspirational views because it tells a young woman that she can be successful, useful, and valuable ,that there are men who will respect her and treat her well. In older novels of Indian writings the element of love was there but the respect of woman and inspirational thoughts of woman were having no place in the society levels. Mirabai was an aristocratic Hindu mystical singer and devotee of lord Krishna from Rajasthan and one of the most significant figures of saint tradition. Mirabai was one of the most important figures of bhakti tradition; poems of Mirabai seem simply flawless and divine. Her poems were the mixture of Guajarati and Rajasthani languages. This great lady was a great singer too. She wrote poems like “I Am Mad with Love”, “I Have Found My Guru”, “Do Not leave me”, “A Great yogi”, “Mine Is Gopal”. In her poems she talks about breaking rules, boundaries by dancing in front of the society people or in front of the saints. Her way of worship was very different from other because the element of love was also there, love
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