Established in 1985, the Tagore Centre UK exists to promote and disseminate the prodigious creativity of Rabindranath Tagore, a myriad minded literary Colossus, an outstanding thinker of the 20th Century and the first non-European recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Don’t miss out on a real treat and something out of the norm to kick off our Summer programme… we are lucky to host Ashlesha Shintre who will be discussing singing in the style of Dhrupad, the oldest of all the Indian music streams. This will be followed by a short talk and demonstration of Tagore’s adaptation of this type of ancient music by Anuradha Roma Pal Choudhury.
- How the three national anthems of India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka met in union…thanks to Tagore January 1, 2018
- About your membership July 16, 2017
- Youth and experience in perfect harmony July 2, 2017
- Thank you – 2000 AD March 5, 2017
- The First Encounter (1878) December 3, 2016
- Help us raise £20,000 to save The Tagore Centre UK September 20, 2016
- Words II, Listening II, Waiting II December 24, 2015
- Invitation to our book launch, The Nehru Centre, London, Weds 4 November November 2, 2015
- Dwarkanath Tagore Lecture presented by Mr Sumit Mitra September 27, 2015
- Book launches: Meeting with Mussolini / If only I were a bird… September 6, 2015
Centre and Lending Library
Alexandra Park Library,
Alexandra Park Road,
London N22 7UJ
Open on Thursdays, 11am – 3pm, please contact to make an appointment.
Telephone: 020 8444 6751 | Email: email@example.com