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Sarojini Naidu was born into a Bengali
Brahmin family in Hyderabad, India. With
her father a scientist and her mother a poet,
she grew up surrounded by artists,
intellectuals, and revolutionaries. Her
published poetic works include The Golden
Threshold (1905), The Bird of Time (1912),
The Broken Wing (1917), Selected Poems
(1930), The Sceptred Flute (1937, with
introduction by Joseph Auslander), and The
Feather of the Dawn (1961).
This poem describes the weavers weaving garments of
different types. They weave garments of a new born
baby. They also weave marriage veils of a queen. On
cold moonlights they weave white garments.
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