Rabindranath Tagore All Details In Gujarati 2020

Rabindranath Tagore All Details In Gujarati 2020:- He was also a poet, visual artist, novelist, social reformer, nationalist, and business-manager and composer. Glimpses and influences of his work can be seen in Bengali literature and music of the last 19th and recent 20th century. When he received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913, he was the first Asian to receive this Nobel Prize.

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Tagore, from a Pirali Brahmin family in Kolkata, Bengal, wrote his first poem at the age of eight. At the age of 16, he wrote his first poem under the name Bhanusingho ("Surya Singh"). He wrote his short stories and plays in 1877. During the last phase of his life, he opposed the British Raj and supported the Indian independence movement. Tagore's work in the form of poetry is preserved in the Visva-Bharati University, an institution founded by Tagore.

Tagore has also written novels, short stories, songs, dance-dramas, and essays on politics and personal topics. Fame was gained. Tagore was a cultural reformer and a great scholar. Who modernized the traditional Bengali structure. Two of his songs are the national anthems of Bangladesh and India. Amar Sonar Bangla and Jana Gana Man songs have become the national anthem of the country respectively.

After giving Yajnopavit (Janoi) at the age of 11, he left Kolkata with his father for a tour of India on February 17, 19. In the meantime, they visited the Santiniketan Estate, a family estate, and Amritsar, and reached Dalhousie, a hill station in the Himalayas. There Togar studied autobiographies, history, astronomy, modern science and Sanskrit, and studied in depth the excellent Sanskrit poet Kalidasa. On the 19th, he wrote a lot, one of which was a very long Maithili style poem written by Vidyapati (a famous poet of Maithili language), for which he jokingly said that it was a lost work of Vaishnava poet Bhanusinha in the 19th century. She wrote, "Bhikharini" (1877; "The Beggar Woman" - the first short story in Bengali literature) and evening music. (16) —which included the famous poem "Nirjerer Swapnabhang".

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