Nila in flood time and The deserted temple are poems written by Vijay Nambisan. Both poems are rather graphic in their description of India and they offer the audience an opportunity to visualize Indian nation. This is especially true because of how the poet is able to make the image of India come alive. The essay relays on Nila in flood time and The deserted temple to analyze how Nambisan portrays India in his narrations.
In Nila in flood time, the poet writes about how India looks like in July.