- Sir Ra·bin·dra·nath [ruh-been-druh-naht] /rəˈbin drəˌnɑt/, 1861–1941, Indian poet: Nobel prize 1913.
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Unimpressed, Tagore announced, “The New Japan is only an imitation of the West.”‘From the Ruins of Empire’ by Pankaj Mishra: Review
September 12, 2012
Historical Examples of tagore
Amongst other contributors the Maharajah of Tagore had given 5,000 rupees.South Africa and the Boer-British War, Volume I
J. Castell Hopkins
In the fly-leaf of the book was a beautiful portrait of Tagore.Captivity
M. Leonora Eyles
In smart intellectual circles Tagore Teas are now all the rage.
That such a faith is strange to India may be evidenced by the reception accorded to the poet Tagore in India itself.The Unity of Civilization
Does she read it and speak it well enough to be sure that Mr. Tagore has translated himself adequately?The Critical Game
John Albert Macy
- Rabindranath (rəˈbiːndrəˌnɑːt). 1861–1941, Indian poet and philosopher. His verse collections, written in Bengali and English, include Gitanjali (1910; 1912): Nobel prize for literature 1913