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Tagore

Rabindranath . 1861--1941, Indian poet and philosopher. His verse collections, written in Bengali and English, include Gitanjali (1910; 1912): Nobel prize for literature 1913

Tagore

 

surname of two Indian painters and graphic artists, leading figures in the Bengali Renaissance; nephews of R. Tagore.

Abanindranath Tagore. Born Aug. 7, 1871, in Calcutta; died there Dec. 5, 1951.

A. Tagore was influenced by Persian and Indian miniature art as well as by Japanese painting. His historical, genre, and mythological compositions—mainly watercolors and gouaches—are done in exquisitely decorative colors.

Gaganendranath Tagore. Born 1867 in Calcutta; died 1938.

Initially a follower of his brother Abanindranath, G. Tagore in his mature period was influenced by impressionism and cubism.

REFERENCES

Chandra, R. G. Abanindranath Tagore. Calcutta [1951].
Gaganendranath Tagore. Calcutta, 1957.
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No poet or literary giant throughout history, to my personal knowledge, has been so universally admired, recognised revered and respected during their own lifetime, as Rabindranath Tagore," he said.
Her breakout role in Hindi cinema was Shakti Samanta's 1964 film Kashmir Ki Kali and Tagore went on to feature in classics such as Aradhana, Mausam, Amar Prem and Satyakam, among others.
Una y otra vez hace hincapie en la medula de la propuesta: "La 'poetica educativa' expresa una didactica tejida a partir de la estetica de las artes, en particular de la poesia, tal como la concibio Tagore, es decir, una pedagogia desde las experiencias creativas y resultantes del deleite estetico producido por las artes.
The Tagore Festival is being organised in cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Culture, the Cairo Opera House, the Cultural Production Sector, the Dancers' Guild, and the Indian Community Association in Egypt.
Shantanu Moitra, who composed fresh tunes for this album says, "I understood Tagore, thanks to Gulzar.
Ms Tagore was stopped by the Pakistani authorities for lack of documents and failing to report to the police station concerned after arrival.
During the session of the Congress that commenced on December 26, 1911, two songs were sung on the same day - one written by Tagore, Jana Gana Mana, and the other that of one Ramanuj Choudhary, who had composed a song especially for George V.
The theory that Tagore wrote that in praise of British royalty is as old as anything but I also remember our teacher disabusing us of the idea that Tagore could ever have written that poem in praise of the British monarch.
A revered poet, writer, painter, author of our national anthem, and Asia's first Nobel Laureate in the field of literature, Tagore was a global citizen who believed that one could promote one's own culture while appreciating the culture of others," he added.
Gitanjali: Song Offerings (1912) and some other books of verse included in Collected Poems and Plays of Rabindranath Tagore (1936) (2) represent this new poetry.
Hyderabad, Nov 25, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - Nihar Singh, a writer from Hyderabad has demonstrated that Rabindranath Tagore wrote Jana Gana Mana, India's national anthem, for Lord Krishna.
Spandan has performed a number of Tagore compositions over the years, including its first presentaA[degrees] tion Antabihin Path - An endless path.