Asked in History of IndiaRabindranath Tagore
History of India
Is Rabindranath Tagore and rabindranath thakur same?
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What was the relation between Gandhi and Rabindranath Tagore?
Where to find Hindi poems written by Rabindranath Tagore?
Asked in Rabindranath Tagore
Is there any online version of Swarabitan by Rabindranath Tagore or is there any CD of the same?
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
Who is the author of Geetanjali?
Gitanjali an illustrious work by Rabindranath Tagore echoes the true Indian Philosophy. This memorable piece of work is actually to address the rich to serve the poor than serving God. When India had a tough time under the British, Tagore with the team leaders Gandhiji and Nehru, awakened the Indians through his speeches and works. At that time in many of his works reflects the same.
Asked in English Language, Poetry, Rabindranath Tagore
What is the synopsis for the poem Ican't remember my mother by rabindranath tagore?
I Cannot Remember my Mother 'I Cannot Remember my Mother' is a gentle nostalgic poem written by 'Guru' Rabindranath Tagore. Tagore is one of the greatest poets of modern India (1861 - 1941). The national anthem of India was composed by him. His song 'Amaar Sonar Bangla' is the national anthem of Bangladesh. He has composed more than 2000 songs and a collection of his stories poems and essays etc comes to 26 volumes. He wrote in Bengali. His works have now been translated into many languages. He started the experimental school in Shantiniketan. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature for his collection of poems 'Gitanjali'. The parents of Rabindranath were very wealthy and had an active social life. Rabindranath had many brothers and sisters to take care of him. His mother passed away when he was still young. In this poem, he expresses his inability to actually recall the face or the features of his mother. But often a smell or a tune triggered off in him happy moments that he shared with his mother. When he looks at his playthings he seems to be able to hear a tune. Perhaps his mother often sang the same song as she rocked him to sleep in the cradle. He recalls this tune as he touches his old toys. In autumn, the Shiuli tree in Bengal blossoms into fragrant tiny flowers which are used for worship. His mother would string the flowers for the morning service at the temple. So the powerful fragrance of the Shiuli flowers would trigger off happy memories of his mother. He can recall the quiet serene gaze of his mother when he looks at the vast expanse of the clear blue sky. The simple lines of the poem eloquently reveal the deep seated emotional bonding that the poet had with his mother. It makes us realise the great impact her quiet dignity had on the poet even at that tender age, for the poet recalls experiences of his infancy and pre - school days.
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Asked in Mohandas Gandhi
How is Rabrindranath Tagore related to mahatma Gandhi?
I cannot remember your mother by Rabindranath Tagore .summary?
In this poem, he expresses his inability to actually recall the face or the features of his mother. But often a smell or a tune triggered off in him happy moments that he shared with his mother. When he looks at his playthings he seems to be able to hear a tune. Perhaps his mother often sang the same song as she rocked him to sleep in the cradle. He recalls this tune as he touches his old toys. In autumn, the Shiuli tree in Bengal blossoms into fragrant tiny flowers which are used for worship. His mother would string the flowers for the morning service at the temple. So the powerful fragrance of the Shiuli flowers would trigger off happy memories of his mother. He can recall the quiet serene gaze of his mother when he looks at the vast expanse of the clear blue sky.
What is the philosophy of Being and becoming as defined by Sri Sri Thakur Anukulchandra?
--:Sri Sri Thakur Anukulchandra deleForum:-- According to Sri Sri Thakur Anukulchandra:-- Being means the entire being i.e. physical, mental and spiritual aspects of life. Becoming means the gradual balanced evolution of these three aspects of life. SATSANG: The community of the lovers of existence stands for Being and Becoming. According to Sri Sri Thakur Anukulchandra:-- "Religion may be many but the principles and realization thereof are ever the same." Sri Sri Thakur Anukul Chandra, the fountainhead of SATSANG, a non-communal religious and philanthropic Institution has established its present Headquarter at Satsang Ashram, Deoghar, Jharkhand. It has many branches all over India including New Delhi, Guwahati, Cuttack, Bhubaneshwar, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, kolkata and abroad. Sri Sri Thakur Anukul Chandra is a True Master (Sat Guru) and World Teacher and a Prophet of present age. His teachings, messages & spontaneous love and compassion for all beings are reflection of His tuning to Supreme-consciousness. He is the embodiment of "Being and becoming". http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SriSriThakur_Anukulchandra_Delhi_eForum
Asked in Famous Quotations
What is a quote about love?
"How do I love thee? Let me count the ways." Elizabeth Barrett Browning, "Sonnets from the Portugues" "Love does not consist of gazing at each other, but in looking together in the same direction." Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, "Wind, Sand, and Stars" "Love gives beauty to everything it touches." Rabindranath Tagore "True love is like ghosts, which everyone talks about but few have seen." François de La Rochefoucauld "Love would never leave us alone." Bob Marley Love is a tickle around the heart that you can't scratch. ~Unknown Love is friendship set on fire ~Unknown A man is not where he lives, but where he loves. ~ Latin proverb Love is neither true or false, love is love. ~Camilla Saunders Some of the greater things in life are unseen thats why you close your eyes when you kiss, cry, or dream ... ~Unknown If rain drops were kisses, I could send you showers. If hugs were seas, I'd send you oceans. If love was a person, I'd send you me! ~ Angelina Joy
Asked in Poetry, Rabindranath Tagore
What kind of freedom does Rabindranath Tagore expect for his countrymen in his poem Where the Mind is Without Fear?
In the present times, this poem serves a dual purpose. It unveils the horrible downtrodden position to which his country and it's heritage was brought to by Britain. At the same time it is a scale to measure whether India has progressed any after half a century of her independence. By describing his visions of the characteristics of a glorious country, he emphasises the pitiful plight of his native land. He prays for a heaven of freedom, to denote the hell of submission and slavery prevailing then. People cannot express themselves fearlessly. The Nation's head is forced to be held low and stooping. Knowledge is not free. The Nation is broken up into fragments by narrow domestic walls, divided into isolated segments by geographical and politically induced barriers. It is true that Lord Curson's cunning partition in 1905 of his native Bengal into Muslim and Hindu Bengals as part of the notorious policy of Divide and Rule heart-broke and frustrated the poet, the strong emotions emanating from which are reflected here. It is relevant to note that Tagore was a dedicated and committed national leader too. The poet then denotes that spoken words no more come out from the depth of truth, the meaning of which anyone can guess. The ancient stream of reason which once flowed clear and unhampered through the ages has now lost it's way into the desert sand of Un-Indian dead habits. A God-fearing nation has now become captainless and the once-ever widening thought and action of a mighty people, have stuck where it has been decades back. So he prays to God to raise his country into that heaven of freedom where everything is opposite. Even though disguisedly pungent, this poem contains exquisite music as was usual with all Tagore songs.
Asked in Astronomy, Planetary Science
What would happen if earths rotation equaled 365 days?
well we will have a 182.5 days of daylight and the same of days as night. well its too long a day and too long a night to imagine. Thakur Suraj Singh Another answer: This depends on what rotation you are asking about. Keep in mind, the earth "rotates" on its axis every 24 hours. The earth "revolves" around the sun every 365.4 days.
Asked in Literature and Language
Who are the main characters in the Cabuliwallah by Rabindra Nath Tagore?
The main characters are: 1 - The Cabuliwallah (the fruitseller from Kabul who comes to Calcutta) 2 - Mini, a small girl who becomes a friend of the Cabuliwallah 3 - Mini's father (the narrator of the story) who learns at the end of the story that all fathers in the world are same - like he (a scholar and a writer) and the Cabuliwallah (a poor uneducated fruit-vendor)
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Is Mount Horeb and Sinai is same?
Asked in Database Programming, Microsoft Excel
When you first create a table all of the columns have the same?
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Asked in Math and Arithmetic
Is 4.5 and 4.50 the same?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
What is the line of reflection is a line of symmetry?
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What is the standard form of the number written in scientific notation?
Asked in Biology
Does the same organism always react to the same stimulus at the same way?
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What year is 1517 CE?