Ranu O Bhanu: The Poet and His Muse
Presets An English Translation Of Social Gangopadhyan Novel Written In Bengali. It Sources Are Lady Ranu Mukherjee`S Unpublished Autobiography And Other Works. Provides Fresh Insights Into The Lives Of Both Rabindra Nath Tagore And Lady Ram Mukherjee And The Relationship They Shamed.
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