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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Summary: Kolkata (West Bengal) [India], Aug 16 (ANI): Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu while speaking at the Rabindranath Tagore Centre here on Friday said that India wants to remain friendly with all, even with the troubling neighbour.
The nation is set to observe the 78th death anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore today with elaborate programmes recalling the great poet who did not leave any human emotion untouched in his works, especially poems and songs.
Imran Khan has made his fair share of factual errors during speeches since taking the Prime Minister's Office with the premier now sharing a quote belonging to famed writer Rabindranath Tagore for author Kahlil Jibran.
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Nobel laureate Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore. Image Credit: Supplied
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen and the Taiwanese people were awarded the 2019 Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize for Social Achievement in New Delhi on Tuesday for being a "beacon of democracy, human rights and freedom."
Rabindranath Tagore was born in Calcutta, India in 1861, during a time when India was under British control.
The artiste, formerly known as Daddy Lumba Jnr., had been in coma for some weeks since the operation at the Rabindranath Tagore International Institute of Cardiac Sciences, Mukundapur in India.
His next film, Neel Akasher Neechey (Under the Blue Sky), earned him local recognition, while his third film, Baishey Shravan (the day when Rabindranath Tagore died), was the first film that gave him international exposure.
Parting with the pen of Rabindranath Tagore 'Come, Oh!
It is believed that Rabindranath Tagore, a writer and poet of his times, promoted the concept of Rakhi among Hindus and Muslims in the subcontinent during the British Raj.