Subhadra, her words and her song…

Posted by Kaahon Desk On April 30, 2015

Subhadra gets emotional talking about her life and faith. She believes in youth, as the time to lay the foundations for one’s life’s work as well as understanding the self. She talks about her philosophical beliefs; the way she interprets the scriptures and led her life accordingly. In the process, she also expresses her deep contempt for fools who had shunned the scriptures believing only in modern education. She believes in Guru and her faith is beyond the petty boundaries of race, creed or religion. As she shares her ideas of virtues and sins, she looks back at her own life and declares that the love of the people had been her most cherished possession. And till this day, that is what she sings about…

Other Kaahon updates on women Fakirs:

A constant struggle for Subhadra to sustain oneself as a folk singer (click here).

Lalon’s songs offer succour to Kalyani (click here).

Bedana is a song teller (click here).

Sufia believes her music to uplift the spirit, encounter God (click here).

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