The Greatest Poet Ever Rabindranath Tagore

Rabindranath Tagore was a Bengali polymath, poet, musician, artist from the Indian subcontinent. Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) was born in an affluent Bengali family. He gave a new shape to Bengali literature, music and Indian art with Contextual modernism. He was a humanist, universalist, internationalist. His famous paintings, sketches, doodles, two-thousand songs are outstanding. Phark Padta Hai website is providing the autobiography of Rabindranath Tagore through the website.

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He is an eminent poet with a winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. He also composed a national anthem. He wrote various novels, essays, short stories, artworks were brilliant. His famous novels like Gitanjali, Kabiguru, Gora, Ghar Aur Bhar, Kabuliwala, Chokher Bali, Shesher Kabita, Nastanirh, The post office, Chitra, The Gardener, Sadhana, The golden boat and many more are still popular.

He was truly a multi-talented personality in every sense. He was a philosopher, artist, novelist, a cultural reformer and he gave many contributions to society. He was a perfect combination of science and spirituality. His ideologies are popular in the world. He drew inspiration by reading the classical poetry of Kalidasa and started coming up with classical poems of his own. Some of his other influences and inspirations came from his brothers and sisters.

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Rabindranath Tagore traditional education began in Brighton, East Sussex, England, at a public school. He was sent to England in the year 1878 as his father wanted him to become a barrister. After learning the essence of English, Irish and Scottish literature and music, he returned to India and married Mrinalini Devi when she was just 10 years old. He joined his cousins, nephew, niece, sister-in-law for his support.

He also wrote various mythology and contemporary social issues as well. He also joined Shantiniketan later on. He is known as a legendary with a name and fame. He became a voice of Indians spiritual heritage. His name will be remembered always by the upcoming future generations. He used creative techniques in his artistic works. His work displays a great sense of fantasy, rhythm, and vitality.

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