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Turbans are a part of Indian culture. Crimson and silver are two colours. The merchants reply the poet that they are selling turbans which are deep red and silver in colour. Read summary of this poem.
The rhyme scheme of the poem In the Bazaars of Hyderabad is ABCBCB. Read summary of this poem.
Amber is a hard translucent fossilized resin which is used in ornaments. Panel means mirrors. Thus Panel of Amber means antique looking mirrors whose edges are made up of amber. Read summary of this poem.
In earlier times, people used to send pigeons in order to deliver their messages in far away lands. Hence, the pigeons were painted with different colours and bells were put in their feet in order to make them look different from others pigeons. It helped them to recognise their pigeons. Read summarRead more
The line is spoken by the poet who is in conversation with the merchants. She sees them and appreciates the things which they are selling in the bazaars of Hyderabad. According to her, the wares (things) of merchants are kept in a very beautiful way. Read summary of this poem.
There are 10 colours mentioned in the poem In the Bazaars of Hyderabad. They are crimson (deep red), silver, purple, green, saffron, yellow, golden, azure (bright blue), red and white. Read summary of this poem.
The merchants are selling turbans which are deep red and silver in colour, mirrors with drawers of amber (an expensive stone) and daggers (knifes) with handles made of jade (ornaments). Read summary of this poem.
In the Bazaars of Hyderabad is a lyric poem in the form of questions and answers. Read summary of this poem.