Rabindranath Tagore Contribution

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Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) is known for being a man with dimensional personalities. Tagore was many-sides genius and a source of inspiration to millions of modern India. He was a prolific writer and pioneer in many fields. He was a poet, dramatist, actor and producer; he was a musician and a painter; he was an educationist; a practical idealist who turned his dreams into reality at Shantiniketan; he was a social reformer, philosopher, prophet of a new age and a planner of rural reconstruction; he was a nationalist, education theorist and experimenter; he was a novelist and short story writer and a critic of literature; he even made occasional incursions into national politics but remained essentially an internationalist ; he was an integral whole, he Rishi, the Gurudev as Gandhiji called him. He is the most eminent Bengali poet, who dreamt of a harmony of universal humanity among the people of different origin through freedom of mind and spiritual sovereignty. He was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1913 for translated version of song-poems entitled ‘Gitanjali’. He was the very first Asian writer who thought differently and wrote extremely amazingly which took the hearts of many people. During the time of freedom, he played a very important role and was appreciated by Mahatma Gandhi as well as Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. Tagore’s creations and activities has a common feeling that is his love for Man in other words his love for humanity by enforcing the values of humanity such as
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