In "The Fist Jasmines," what does Tagore mean bythe lines "Autumn sunsets have come……..like a bride raising her veil"?

In "The Fist Jasmines," what does Tagore mean bythe lines "Autumn sunsets have come……..like a bride raising her veil"?

In "The Fist Jasmines," what does Tagore mean bythe lines "Autumn sunsets have come……..like a bride raising her veil"?

In "The Fist Jasmines," what does Tagore mean bythe lines "Autumn sunsets have come……..like a bride raising her veil"?
Rabindrath Tagore utilizes varied figurative language in his “The First Jasmines” to depict the beauty of his memories associated with white jasmines.  In the beginning of the poem, the speaker reflects on his first memory of holding white jasmines and his love for the natural world.  In line seven, the speaker uses a simile to compare the arrival of “autumn sunsets” to “a bride raising her veil” (7-8). Rabindrath’s use of figurative language equates the sunsets to something pure, unseen, and beautiful.  The unlikely comparison between the setting sun and the “bride raising her veil” not only creates a lovely image in the mind of the reader, the comparison also imbues the moment with the same joyful feeling that might accompany a marriage ceremony.