What is the central idea of the poem Upagupta?
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The poem “Upagupta” demonstrates many intellectual and spiritual truths, such as the fragility of physical pleasures, the basis of sadness being addiction to worldly pleasures, etc. The personal appeal of this poem is typical of Tagore’s writings. Our lives frequently resemble the dancing girl who is high on her youthful wine. And such conceited people’s unfortunate end is likewise predicted. The true thrill of freedom can only be experienced by those who are able to look past fleeting physical pleasures.