Rabindranath Tagore

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Noun1.Rabindranath Tagore - Indian writer and philosopher whose poetry (based on traditional Hindu themes) pioneered the use of colloquial Bengali (1861-1941)
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Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore composed poem 'Lamp of the East' in 1929 about Korea's glorious past and its bright future," he said.
Another such example is of Zynergy Solar Projects & Services Pvt Ltd based in Chennai where the Indian promoter Rohit Rabindranath had engaged with Phoenix Solar Pte Ltd Singapore.
As part of a two-day Kushtia tour, President M Abdul Hamid Saturday afternoon visited Shilaidaha Kuthibari, the country house of Nobel Laureate Poet Rabindranath Tagore, in Kumarkhali upazila here.
Scholars of English literature consider the whole range of Bengali writer Rabindranath Tagore's (1861-1941) work to explore his thinking about women in the modern world.
A vendor sells pictures of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore on his 156th birth anniversary at a roadside store in Kolkata yesterday.
Sinha, High Commissioner of India today inaugurated the Rabindranath Tagore Memorial Library and Resource Centre in Sri Palee College, Horana, renovated by the Government of India at a total cost of SLR 38 million.
The poetry of Rabindranath Tagore is generally noted for its integrity and beauty.
Al Ain: The Indian Social Centre (ISC) in Al Ain has opened a new library named after Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore.
According to SPO1 Rabindranath Sierra, people saw the bus changing lanes as if it had lost control before it turned left on Commonwealth Avenue.
Maharashtra, May 26 -- Rabindranath Tagore once quoted, "Everything comes to us that belongs to us if we create the capacity to receive it.
In 1928, the Chowdhury family sent their 15-year-old daughter-in-law to the Bolpur (Santiniketan) ashram of Rabindranath Tagore to study fine arts, a field in which she had shown innate talent at a very early age.
The primary text includes the following plays: Father Returns, by Kikuchi Kan (1-16); Hot Pepper, Air Conditioner and the Farewell Speech, by Okada Toshiki (17-42); Sunrise, by Cao Yu (43-210); I Love XXX, by Meng Jinghui, Huang Jingang, Wang Xiaoli, and Shi Hang (211-46); Bicycle, by O Taesok (247-76); The Post Office, by Rabindranath Tagore (277-308); Hayavadana, by Girish Karnad (309-86); The Struggle of the Naga Tribe, by W.