Rabindranath Tagore Archive
Bistirno dupare, Oshonkho manusher, Hahakar shuneo, Nishobde nirobe, O Ganga tumi, Ganga boicho kano? “Amidst all the lament and despair of the millions around you, O Ganges, how can you flow on so silently?- with this bewildering question echoing in their hearts, on 28th November, 1859, 157 years ago, seven Jesuit pilgrims from Belgium ventured
The Embassy of Sweden and the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) Ltd today jointly inaugurated the Nobel Memorial Wall at the Rajiv Chowk Metro station of the Delhi Metro network. The aim of exhibiting this wall is to spread further awareness about all the Nobel Laureates from India and their contribution to the society. The wall will be on display from 1st October
Rabindranath Tagore visited Germany three times: 1921, 1926, 1930. On 1st June 1921, he gave his lecture “The message of the forest” in Berlin’s Friedrich Wilhelm University, today’s Humboldt University, for the first time. Because of the overwhelming interest of the public, Tagore had to repeat his speech in front of several thousand listeners at
New Delhi, December 5, 2013: Oxford Bookstore Connaught Place, in association with Delhi Art Gallery, organised a discussion on The Art of Portraiture, based on the book ‘Indian Portraits: The Face of a People’, by Kishore Singh, on 5th December 2013. Mr. Singh enunciated his views amidst an illustrious gathering of artists and art aficionados.
Home Entertainment Services by Sony DADC re-releases the most definitive collection of the Legend’s work! Mumbai, November 2013: India celebrated the 100th anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore winning the Nobel Prize on the 14th of November 2013. The first non-European to win the Nobel prize, Tagore was highly influential in introducing the best of Indian