Rabindranath Tagore

Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) is acclaimed as the greatest writers in the Bengali language. He wrote brilliantly in every conceivable literary genre, and was also a composer and painter. His songs are the national anthems of two countries: India and Bangladesh. He became the first Asian to win the Nobel Prize when his book, Gitanjali, was honored by the Swedish Academy in 1913. Tagore was a multifaceted genius, and he is recognized as the greatest cultural figure of modern India.

Rabindranath Tagore's work featured in Stand Magazine comprises two articles.
Further Reading
Article in Stand 170, 2(4) - 3(1) (Double Issue) (2001) Sickbed 5 and five others
Articleed by Albert Einstein in Stand 170, 2(4) - 3(1) (Double Issue) (2001) Conversations (intro. by Wendy Singer)
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