Tagore echoes in Punjab
Gurudev wielded great influence on letters and arts in Punjab. Many modelled themselves after this great figure of Bengal's renaissance, writes Nirupama Dutt
It was Tagore who inspired Balraj Sahni and...
Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore visited Sikh temple during Vancouver visit
by Charlie Smith on Aug 9, 2013 at 3:55 pm
Rabindranath Tagore (seated centre) visited...
by Ananya Mukherjee
Nearly eight decades ago, Rabindranath Tagore worried about the growing concentration of economic power and the coming destruction of rural India.
“Today, economic power has been captured by a small minority. But it has acquired this power only by accumulating the...
In the Modern Review, Calcutta, of April 1911(starting at page 334), there appeared a paper entitled, "The rise and fall of the Sikh power." Ostensibly, it had been written earlier by Rabinderanath Tagore (May 7, 1861-August 7, 1941) in Bangla and had then been translated to English by the well...
Tagore & Sikhism
by SARAN SINGH
The following article is excerpted from the text of the Raghunath Reddy Memorial Lecture delivered by the author at the invitation of Dr Pratap Chandra Chunder, scholar-statesman and former Union Minister of Education, in his capacity as Chairman, Rabindra...
"Warrior is the one fights on behalf of the under-represnted and remains mission focused till the last limb." (SGGS, 1105)
Rabindranath Tagore's Tribute to Banda Singh Bahadar
BANDI BIR - The Captive Hero from Katha (Legends), 1899
This poem is based on the anthology of the British historian...
For Tagore, Banda was a hero, 'lion in shackles'
For Tagore, Banda was a hero, 'lion in shackles' - Chandigarh - City - The Times of India
CHANDIGARH: The Sikh community may have taken years to offer its collective homage to the ascetic-turned-warrior, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur, but his...
SikhSpectrum.com Monthly. Sikh Prayer That Longs For a World at Peace
Tagore and the Sikhs
by Amalendu Bose
An English translation of Bandadir is provided in the related link to this article. Rabindranath Tagore was granted Knighthood by the British Government, which he renounced in...
by Rabindranath Tagore
An English translation of Bandadir written by Rabindranath Tagore. This poem was originally written in Bengali.
In the prominent royal Mogul court of Delhi
King's sleep will break-up hundred times daily
There was such a dreadful fright in his heart
by Rabindranath Tagore
An English translation of Bandadir written by Rabindranath Tagore. This poem was originally written in Bengali. In the prominent royal Mogul court of Delhi King's sleep will break-up hundred times daily There was such a dreadful fright in his heart In his...
“The simplicity and beauty of Sikhism left a lasting impact on Nobel laureate and Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore, who was later inspired to write three beautiful poems titled 'Gobind Guru', 'Veer Guru' and 'The Last Lesson', Himandri Banerji, Guru Nanak Professor of Indian History in Jadawpur...