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Tagore works to be translated into Urdu
New Delhi, Mar 1 : A century after Rabindranath Tagore won the Nobel Prize for Literature, his works have found translation into almost every major language spoken in the world; his works remain relevant, and translations continue. One such project seeks to translate 10 of Tagore's works from ...
Tagore's audio book released
By Gourab Gupta, Kolkata, Feb 3 : An audio book on Rabindranath Tagore's two short stories, 'Khokababur Pratyabartan' and 'Shasti' was released on Saturday in a full packed house at the Oxford Bookstore, here.
Pranab Mukherjee to flag off centenary celebrations of Tagore Nobel ...
President Pranab Mukherjee will flag off the year long centenary celebration of receiving of Nobel Prize by Rabindranath Tagore at Visva Bharati University in Shanti Niketan today.
Tagore's bust unveiled at Indonesian temple
A bronze bust of Rabindranath Tagore was Monday unveiled at an iconic 9th century Buddhist temple in Indonesia that would reflect the importance both India and Indonesia accord to the visions of the Nobel laureate, a top Indian official said.
Tagore paintings begin tour of India
Rabindranath Tagore entered the world of visual imagery, drifting from words to images, only when he turned 64.
Tagore's 'Dakghar' finds relevance in mute children
Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore's play "Dakghar" is open to multiple interpretations by different segments of actors, as showcased by a group of challenged children who gave it a contemporary colour with fusion music, mime and body language acting.
Tagore\'s \'Dakghar\' finds relevance in mute children
At the inauguration of the bi-annual children's urban theatre festival, "Jashn-e-Bachpan", a group of challenged children gave Rabindranath Tagore's play a contemporary colour with fusion music, mime and body language acting.
Thespians fume at Karnad's comments on Tagore
Thespians in West Bengal are aghast at playwright and actor Girish Karnad calling Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore a "mediocre playwright".
"Rabindranath Tagore second-rate playwright "
Veteran playwright Girish Karnad triggered yet another controversy after he said Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore a "second-rate playwright".
Tagore second rate playwright: Girish Karnad
Veteran playwright Girish Karnad has sparked a controversy by calling world bard Rabindranath Tagore a 'second rate playwright'.
Scotland university announces scholarships
A university in Scotland which teaches the life and philosophy of Rabindranath Tagore has announced two post-graduate scholarships of 5,000 pounds each to students from India and Bangladesh.
Book on Rabindranath Tagore's residences to be published
The West Bengal State Heritage Commission (WBHC) will publish a coffee-table book on Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore's multiple residences and the places he stayed in during his visits to various parts of the state.
TV serial 'Gora' to be telecast on Doordarshan from Oct 29
Eminent author and Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore's second novel 'Gora' has been transformed into a 26-episode Hindi serial to be aired on the National channel of Doordarshan every Monday and Tuesday at 2130 hrs from October 29.
TV serial 'Gora' to be telecast on Doordarshan from Oct 29
Eminent author and Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore's second novel 'Gora' has been transformed into a 26-episode hindi serial. to be aired on the National channel of Doordarshan every Monday and Tuesday at 2130 hrs from October 29.
Album launched to pay tribute to Tagore
Orion Entertainment Monday launched their latest music album 'Amar Baul', a compilation of some modern songs and poetry to pay tribute to the quintessential Baul of Bengal-Rabindranath Tagore.
Culture in verse: Poetry the new tool of soft diplomacy
Cultural and linguistic boundaries blurred as Rabindranath Tagore's poetry was set to a dance and Hungarian poetry composed by national icons like Endre Ady was recited in Hindi and in Hungarian.
Tagore's Gitanjali now in Rajasthani
Rajasthan Governor Margaret Alva was presented a first copy of Anjali Gitan Ri - the first poetic translation in Rajasthani language of Rabindranath Tagore's Gitanjali - at a function in Jaipur on Wednesday organised by Prabha Khaitan Foundation (PKF).
Bangladesh presents Tagore memorabilia to Bengal universities
Replicas of two boats associated with Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore were presented by Bangladesh Wednesday to two Indian universities.
Bangladesh presents replicas of Tagore's boats to India
Bangladesh presented replicas of world bard Rabindranath Tagore's boats to the Indian government here on Wednesday.
Rajlakshmi banks on Tagore in new launch
Pianist and fashionista Rajlakshmi Ghosh, in her attempt to reinvent Rabindranath Tagore, launched new fashion range on Monday graced by enchanting music and poetry.
Replicas of Tagore's houseboats to be given to Indian varsities
Replicas of two houseboats, which Rabindranath Tagore used during his stay in locales now in Bangladesh, will be handed over to two Indian universities Sep 12, according to Bangladesh Deputy High Commission sources here.
'Feluda' lends voice to Tagore
Ace detective "Feluda" dropped his 0.32 Colt revolver to pick up the microphone, lending his baritone voice to English interpretations of Rabindranath Tagore's songs.
India, Bangladesh border troopers observe Tagore's 71st death ...
Paramilitary personnel of both India and Bangladesh observed the 71st death anniversary of Indian Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore near the zero-line area of the border that separates the two countries in the sub-district of Hakimpur in Dinajpur, West Bengal earlier this week.
Pranab Mukherjee: First among the equals
Bengalis, they say have their few holy cows beginning with Rabindranath Tagore and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and their city Kolkata and Mohun Bagan club to present day icons like Sourav Ganguly.
Tagore exhibition opens at Edinburgh Napier University
New Delhi, July 10 : An exhibition of photographs on the life of poet Rabindranath Tagore has opened at the Edinburgh Napier University in Scotland.
Intelligentsia condemns Viswa-Bharati incident
Kolkata, July 9 : Members of West Bengal's intelligentsia Monday condemned the shameful incident in a school in Viswa Bharati, founded by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, where a class 5 girl student was allegedly made to drink her own urine for bedwetting.
Viswa-Bharati shocker: PMO seeks report, earden gets bail
Kolkata/New Delhi, July 9 : The case of a Class 5 student allegedly made to drink her own urine in West Bengal's Viswa-Bharati campus, founded by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, took a curious turn Monday with the warden and the parents being arrested but later freed on bail. The incident also ...
Viswa-Bharati row: Warden gets bail, court censures police
Kolkata, July 9 : The case of a Class 5 student being allegedly made to drink her own urine at a school in West Bengal's Viswa-Bharati, founded by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, took a curious turn Monday with the warden and the parents being arrested but later released on bail.
Viswa Bharati case: warden and parents held
Kolkata, July 9 : The case of a Class 5 student being allegedly made to drink her own urine in West Bengal's Viswa Bharati campus, founded by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, took a curious turn Monday with both the warden and the parents being arrested and later released on bail.
Tagore's Shyama in a new form
Kolkata, July 3: Kolkatans will get to see Rabindranath Tagore's popular dance drama Shyama-The Dusky Dame in a new form.