A native of Calcutta, India, who wrote in Bengali and often translated his own work into English. Rabindranath Tagore was a poet-philosopher who inspired a whole generation through his writings. Rabindranath Tagore became a literary sensation and went on to win the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913.He wrote poetry, fiction, drama, essays, and songs; promoted reforms in education, aesthetics and religion; and in his late 60s he even turned to the visual arts, producing 2,500 paintings and drawings before his death.
1. WHERE THE MIND IS WITHOUT FEAR
Boundless power of human knowledge, valour of standing by the truth, and the essence of true freedom is what this poem of Rabindranath Tagore talks about.
2. LET ME NOT FORGET
This piece of Rabindranath Tagore express the expresses the melancholic emptiness behind missing the beloved one.
3. LAST CURTAIN
The unrivalled poem conveys the message that what matters more at death, are the things that are least considered by man.
Freedom is the soul of every country, community and civilisation.
Rabindranath Tagore lives among us even to this day through his works of eloquent, poetic prose and his comprehension of the human psychology.