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Rabindranath Tagore Best Quotes and His Biography






• Rabindranath Tagore Biography


Rabindranath Tagore, who ruled the hearts of crores of readers with his able writing ability, was born on 7 May 1861 in Kolkata. His writing journey began at the young age of eight. At the age of just 16, his first work was published.

Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore is the bright constellation of Indian literature. His quiet unwavering personality has always been honorable to the people of India. He was not only the greatest poet but he also had unique qualities of painter, philosopher, musician and playwright. His creations had a special impact on Bengal culture.

His major compositions are Gitanjali, Gora and Ghare Byre. His poetic compositions have unique rhythms and rhythms. In the year 1877, his work 'Bhikharin' was well known. He is also called the cultural preacher of Bengal. His personality had such an impact on Bengali writing that the nature of the writing then changed.

In 1883 he was married to Mrinalini Devi. The establishment of Shanti Niketan in 1901 gave a new dimension to the Guru-Shishya tradition. Unhappy with the economic impoverishment of Bengal, he composed a 100-line poem. Gurudev wrote 2,230 songs. His musical composition is so unique that he is known by the name of Rabindra Sangeet. Gurudev's song 'Ekla Chalo Re' became the ideal of Gandhiji's life.

His writings 'Janganaman' and 'Amar Shonar Bangla' remain the beat of the masses. Gurudev's message was 'country will be independent only by education, not war'. Needless to say how relevant this message is even today. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, but before that in 1915, the British Government awarded him the title of Knighthood.

Rabindranath was distressed by the painful incident of Jallianwala Bagh in those days. As a result, he returned the title. Tagore was not only the great creator of his century, but he was also the first human being of this earth to be the bridge between the eastern and western world.

• Rabindranath Tagore Quotes"

Every child in the world brings with his birth the message that God is still not disappointed with man.
Do not say that it is morning, and do not dismiss it as tomorrow. Look at it like a new baby, which has not even been named yet.

If I cannot go through one door, I will go through another door or I will make a new door. Because no matter how dark the present is, something spectacular will come out.
Freedom from the bondage of soil cannot be freedom for any tree.

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