Two Hungarian Poems on the Ganga
Gábor Garai (1929-1987) poet, essayist, literary translations from Russian and English. He was politically committed and served as a Member of Parliament. He visited India in the 1970s and told of his experiences in a travellogue Summer in March:
Notes and Poems about an Indian Journey. During this visit, he met Amrita Pritam and translated some of her poems. The current poem is a counterpoint to On the Banks of the Tisza by Ady and the romantic vision of India in Hungary.