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What does the poet wants to convey with these lines?

rang-rej ko dinhi.
Aisa rang, ranga rang re le,
lal-o-lal kar dinhi.

English translation:

it was given to a master-painter.
He painted the colours such that,
(he) made it completely red.

Why does he mention the color to be red?

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    I don't understand why people are voting to close this. The explanation for choosing the colour "red" is going to be closely related to the meaning of the passage, so it makes sense to ask and answer them together. Feb 19 at 14:47
  • @bobble There are only three lines. Asking that the question be split into two separate questions does not make sense here, due to the large overlap in the resulting answers. The close-votes on this question don't make sense. The question is fine as it is.
    – Tsundoku
    Feb 19 at 23:59

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