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He stayed there for over a decade at irregular intervals between and It is a country house built by the father of Rabindranath, Maharshi Debendranath Tagore. The house was repossessed by a Bank; the Tagore Estate was a debtor to this Bank, who auctioned off the property and it became the possession of the Zamindar of Bhagyakul Munshiganj , Roy family. Syed Murtaza Ali, during his tenure as Divisional Commissioner of Rajshahi took the initiative to preserve the dilapidated house in During this renovation, the color of the house was inadvertently changed to red like other houses belonged to the former Zamindars of the district.

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I fear lest it droop and drop into the dust. I may not find a place in thy garland, but honour it with a touch of pain from thy hand and pluck it. I fear lest the day end before I am aware, and the time of offering go by. Though its colour be not deep and its smell be faint, use this flower in thy service and pluck it while there is time.

It would be the first of many volumes that earned him much acclaim in the East and West. There are varying interpretations from one to the next by different translators although Tagore himself translated many. With his flowing white beard, robes and riveting brown eyes, the famous polymath is fondly remembered and esteemed for his hundreds of poems and songs popularly known as Rabindrasangeet; his vast collection of paintings and drawings; and the various dramas, novels, essays, operas, short stories, travel diaries, correspondence, and autobiographies that he wrote.

He was the fourteenth child born to Debendranath Tagore and Sarada Devi d. The Tagores were a progressive family, their home a hub of social activity and culture; they often hosted theatrical and musical performances in their mansion.

Many of the Tagore children became respected authors, poets, musicians, and Civil Servants. Devendranath traveled widely during his career and was a proponent of the Brahma Samaj faith, a social and religious movement also known as the Bengal Renaissance; Rabindranath too would embrace its philosophy.

He rarely saw his father and his mother died when he was thirteen. At a very early age Tagore was writing his own poetry. His first collection Kabi Kahini [Tale of a Poet] was published in Then, with the intent to become a barrister, he was off to England to attend the University College in London from , although he did not finish his degree. At the age of twenty-two, on 9 December , Tagore married Bhabatarini later known as Mrinalini Devi , with whom he would have five children; daughters Madhurilata , Rathindra b.

In Tagore moved to the vast family estate in Shilaidaha, a region now part of Bangladesh. His wife and children joined him in An experimental school, Tagore based it on the ashrama model with pioneering emphasis on learning in a harmonious and natural setting.

He felt that a well-rounded education using all the five senses and not relying on memorising by rote was the better way to teach children. It is now a prestigious open air University, a universal meeting place for East and West. It claims many notable figures among its alumni including Indira Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi adopted many of it ways of teaching. I put it round my neck, and tears came to my eyes. You yourself know not how beautiful is your gift.

Now with a loyal following in his own country, Tagore traveled to the United States and England to speak of his work at Santiniketan. He also brought some English translations into prose of his songs in Gitanjali, which was soon read by many fellow authors including Ezra Pound, Ernest Rhys and Yeats.

After it earned him the Nobel Prize for Literature in because of his profoundly sensitive, fresh and beautiful verse. Wells , and Mahatma Gandhi. In he was bestowed a knighthood by the British Crown, though he renounced it in due to the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in which hundreds of innocent men, women, and children were killed by soldiers of the British Indian Army.

It was one of many political statements Tagore made during his lifetime. Much of his time was taken with its organisation, but he also continued to travel extensively and maintain his prodigious output of writings.

In he was stricken by a lengthy illness, becoming comatose at times, and never fully recovered. However he did manage to keep writing during these last five years of his life, during which he suffered much; many have said he produced his finest work then. Rabindranath Tagore died on 7 August at the family estate Jorasanko, where he had been born.

Merriman for Jalic Inc. Copyright Jalic Inc. All Rights Reserved. The above biography is copyrighted. Do not republish it without permission. Forum Discussions on Rabindranath Tagore Recent Forum Posts on Rabindranath Tagore Rabindranath Tagore quote I would be extremely grateful if anyone can tell me if the following is by Tagore, and if so, where does it come from? Our unlikeness reveals its breadth of beauty radiant with one common life, Like mountain peaks in the morning sun.

Its a poem written by Rabindranath Tagore. What he means to say in this poem. Can anybody make me understand about what he is coming to say. Where it is happening, is it in a city or country or in a town Posted By narduram in Tagore, Rabindranath 2 Replies The Poem Not the Poet: Tagore However loudly some poets, for example Rabindranath Tagore, proclaim the poem to be separate from the poet, people respond to poems as if they are real people speaking.

I became conscious of this at the start of my massive production of poetry in For more than a decade I had written a good deal of awefully complex stuff and some readers told me so. In those ten years, too, I had written a first edition of this memoir, but it was so tedious, so boring, I could hardly bear reading it.

The best ones are from "Sparks" i suppose. The tree gazes in love at its beautiful shadow Who is his own and yet whom he can never grasp. No wonder Tagore won the Nobel Prize for it! Wrote an essay on it a month ago. Kindly read the same and communicate your feedback. Please share your views on Tagore as well. Ciao, Vidyanjali. Check this link for essay: vidyanjali. Please have a look at it

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