Rabindranath Tagore: The Poet of India

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Indus Publishing, 1993 - Poets, Hindi - 128 pages
This Book Tries To Show That In Tagore`S Writings Are Reflected All The Ages Of Indian Civilization And Culture, From The Vedic Age To The British Period A Span Of Over Four Thousand Years, And At The Same Time, How Tagore Preached The Message Of Universal Humanism All Over The World.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgement
7
Introduction
9
India is a Geographical Entity
15
The Tapovan Forest Hermitage
22
Buddhadev and Asoka
32
Kalidas and Vikramaditya
40
Period between the Guptas and the Mughals
44
Akbar and Shahjahan
52
European Trade Settlements in India and
62
The Great Revolt of 1857
64
The Renaissance in India
68
Partition of Bengal and the Swadeshi Movement
76
Freedom Movement in India
81
India and the World
100
Tributes to Tagore
124
Index
126

The Rajputs the Sikhs and the Marathas
55

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