Tag Archives: Rabindranath Tagore

# Day 345 (Remembering our poet laureate…)

He is the Bengali polymath who “reshaped Bengali literature and music, as well as Indian art with contextual modernism”~ India’s grand old man of letters, Rabindranath Tagore (see my blog post # Day 152). Today is his 155th birth anniversary. … Continue reading

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# Day 152 (Sublime Tagore)

A mystic,a visionary, a painter and a Nobel laureate for literature — Tagore was India’s grand old man of letters. To just list out his life-achievements is to bow in reverence to the intellect of a titan. He has to … Continue reading

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# Day 94 (A Sacred Bond and more)

The Sanskrit term “Raksha Bandhan” translates to ‘a knot of protection’. Every year at the end of the lunar month of ‘shravan’ on full moon day this ancient festival is celebrated throughout our country as a symbol of the special … Continue reading

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