Ahammoker Rabindrachorcha

Sandipan Sen

₹ 297

This book offers a fresh perspective on Rabindranath Tagore, aligning with the demands of the twenty-first century. It delves into Tagore's post-colonial perspectives, scrutinizes his responses to a tumultuous world, explores his feminist ideas, and evaluates his efforts in liberating the Bengali language from Sanskrit influences. The book also highlights Tagore's roles as an educationist and a political thinker. A significant aspect involves dispelling unfounded and fallacious narratives about Tagore's relationship with his sister-in-law, Kadambari

Publisher: Anustup

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