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    Posted by Aparajita on May 21, 2021 at 11:24 pm

    Write an essay of 300-400 words about Rabindranath Tagore.

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  • Ishita

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    Rabindranath Tagore

    Rabindranath Tagore is a great Indian poet, author, novelist, lyricist and painter. He is called as “kobiguru”, or “Biswakobi”.He is becoming the main representer of the culture of India. He was born at 7 th may 1861 at kolkata’s Jorashako. He is born in a famous elite zamindar family. His grandfather Dwarakanath Tagore was the main founder of Brahma somaj with Raja Ram Mohan Roy, they fought for the prevention of “Sati Daha pratha”. His father name is Debendranath Tagore, is is a human activist and barrister, and his mother name was Sarada devi. From his childhood Tagore very is different from other, he didn’t like the barrier and regulations of schools, so he ended up taking private education at his home. He learn science, philosophy, literature, painting etc. He is devoted to poetry from a very young age, at the age of sixteen he wrote his first poem Bhanusiṃha. At his early teenage he went abroad for study. He married to Mrinalini Devi on 1883,his wife become his true supporter and strength,they have 5 children together,unfortunately she died at a very young age.His contribution to the bengali literature is remarkable, his notable works are Gitanjali, Gora, Chitrangada, Chandalika, Ghore-Baire, Nastanir and many more. Tagore was become the first non european who won noble prize for his poetry book “Gitanjali”.He also give his ” Knighthood ” for the barbaric “Jalianwala Bag” incident on 1919. He is also the founder of Rakhi festival as a symbol of solidarity between Hindu and Muslim. Tagore is also the first person who wrote two country’s National anthem, “Jana Gana mana” is the national anthem of India and “Amar sonar bangla” is the national anthem of Bangladesh. His contribution towards the literature will never be forgotten. This legendary figure passed away at the age of 80 on 7 August, 1945.

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    Rabindranath Tagore

    Rabindranath Tagore is a great Indian poet, author, novelist, lyricist and painter. He is called as “kobiguru”, or “Biswakobi”.He is becoming the main representer of the culture of India. He was born at 7 th may 1861 at kolkata’s Jorashako. He is born in a famous elite zamindar family. His grandfather Dwarakanath Tagore was the main founder of Brahma somaj with Raja Ram Mohan Roy, they fought for the prevention of “Sati Daha pratha”. His father name is Debendranath Tagore, is is a human activist and barrister, and his mother name was Sarada devi. From his childhood Tagore very is different from other, he didn’t like the barrier and regulations of schools, so he ended up taking private education at his home. He learn science, philosophy, literature, painting etc. He is devoted to poetry from a very young age, at the age of sixteen he wrote his first poem Bhanusiṃha. At his early teenage he went abroad for study. He married to Mrinalini Devi on 1883,his wife become his true supporter and strength,they have 5 children together,unfortunately she died at a very young age.His contribution to the bengali literature is remarkable, his notable works are Gitanjali, Gora, Chitrangada, Chandalika, Ghore-Baire, Nastanir and many more. Tagore was become the first non european who won noble prize for his poetry book “Gitanjali”.He also give his ” Knighthood ” for the barbaric “Jalianwala Bag” incident on 1919. He is also the founder of Rakhi festival as a symbol of solidarity between Hindu and Muslim. Tagore is also the first person who wrote two country’s National anthem, “Jana Gana mana” is the national anthem of India and “Amar sonar bangla” is the national anthem of Bangladesh. His contribution towards the literature will never be forgotten. This legendary figure passed away at the age of 80 on 7 August, 1945.

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    Rabindranath Tagore

    Rabindranath Tagore is a great Indian poet, author, novelist, lyricist and painter. He is called as “kobiguru”, or “Biswakobi”.He is becoming the main representer of the culture of India. He was born at 7 th may 1861 at kolkata’s Jorashako. He is born in a famous elite zamindar family. His grandfather Dwarakanath Tagore was the main founder of Brahma somaj with Raja Ram Mohan Roy, they fought for the prevention of “Sati Daha pratha”. His father name is Debendranath Tagore, is is a human activist and barrister, and his mother name was Sarada devi. From his childhood Tagore very is different from other, he didn’t like the barrier and regulations of schools, so he ended up taking private education at his home. He learn science, philosophy, literature, painting etc. He is devoted to poetry from a very young age, at the age of sixteen he wrote his first poem Bhanusiṃha. At his early teenage he went abroad for study. He married to Mrinalini Devi on 1883,his wife become his true supporter and strength,they have 5 children together,unfortunately she died at a very young age.His contribution to the bengali literature is remarkable, his notable works are Gitanjali, Gora, Chitrangada, Chandalika, Ghore-Baire, Nastanir and many more. Tagore was become the first non european who won noble prize for his poetry book “Gitanjali”.He also give his ” Knighthood ” for the barbaric “Jalianwala Bag” incident on 1919. He is also the founder of Rakhi festival as a symbol of solidarity between Hindu and Muslim. Tagore is also the first person who wrote two country’s National anthem, “Jana Gana mana” is the national anthem of India and “Amar sonar bangla” is the national anthem of Bangladesh. His contribution towards the literature will never be forgotten. This legendary figure passed away at the age of 80 on 7 August, 1945.

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    RABINDRANATH TAGORE:

    Rabindranath Tagore was an illustrious poet from India. He was also an accomplished philosopher, patriot, painter, and humanist. This remarkable individual was born in Calcutta on May 7th, 1861. His early education was provided by a variety of teachers at home. He also gained knowledge in a variety of areas as a result of his schooling. His post-secondary studies were completed in England. Rabindranath Tagore, above all, began composing poetry at an early age.

    Rabindranath Tagore began writing plays at the age of sixteen. Rabindranath Tagore wrote the original theatrical composition Valmiki Pratibha at the age of twenty. Most notably, Rabindranath Tagore’s compositions are mostly concerned with sentiments rather than action. He penned another drama, Visarjan, in 1890.

    Rabindranath Tagore’s play Visarjan is arguably his greatest.

    Bhikarini was his debut short fiction. He is most known for being the creator of the Bengali short tale genre. Between 1891 and 1895, Tagore authored a lot of tales. Galpaguchchha has a collection of tales from this period. There are 84 tales in this book.

    Gitanjali is Rabindranath Tagore’s greatest collection of poetry. The Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded to Rabindranath Tagore in 1913 for his work Gitanjali. Manasi, Sonar Tori, and Balaka are some of his other notable poetry works.

    The term rabindrasangit is commonly used to refer to Tagore’s songs. His melodies are unmistakably influenced by Indian culture. Bangladesh’s national anthem is his renowned song Amar Shonar Bangla. Above all, he composed India’s national hymn, Jana Gana Mana.

    Rabindranath Tagore was a political figure. He backed Indian nationalists wholeheartedly. In addition, he was opposed to British control. His political ideas are expressed in his work Manast.

    He also composed some patriotic tunes. Rabindranath Tagore boosted support for India’s freedom. He composed various patriotic pieces. Such works were well-liked by the general public. These works were even praised by Mahatma Gandhi.

    The most notable example is Rabindranath Tagore’s resignation of his knighthood. In addition, he did so in protest of the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre.

    Finally, Rabindranath Tagore was a patriotic Indian. He was unquestionably a multi-talented individual. His contributions to literature, the arts, music, and politics have all been outstanding.

    This magnificent son of India, a renowned bard, and lover of nature died in Kolkata on August 7, 1941, just a few years before India’s independence in 1947. He also wrote India’s national hymn, “Jana Gana Mana.” His creativity transformed everything he touched into gold and immortality.

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