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We have entered into a period of working intensively to bring our membership fully up-to-date. This means that unfortunately if ...
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“26 June 2017 will be seen as another red-letter day in the Tagore Centre’s illustrious calendar of events. On this ...
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Dear friends and supporters, thank you for your kind donations, helping us raise a total of £3,857 through our Just ...
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It seems Rabindranath Tagore, though acknowledged as a well-respected Indian artist, still found some of his peers in England to ...
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The Tagore Centre UK exists to promote the extraordinary works and life of Rabindranath Tagore, a myriad-minded literary genius, arguably ...
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By Nuala Dalton Hello. This is my final blog entry as I end my project. It has been a period ...
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Book launch: If only I were a bird… Dr Aurogeeta Das and Ansuman Biswas 6.30pm, Wednesday November 4 November The ...
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The Tagore Centre UK is pleased to present the full transcript and photographs from the centre’s extremely successful event on ...
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Meeting with Mussolini : Tagore’s Tours in Italy 1925 & 1926 (Pub. Oxford) By Dr Kalyan Kundu A book launch ...
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Sunday 26 July, 6.30pm start A celebration for all the family featuring poetry reading, dance and sketches stemming from or ...
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Nuala Dalton is one of the researchers who has been working with the Tagore Centre UK for several months. She has ...
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Thursday 14th May, 6.30pm The Nehru Centre 8 South Audley Street London W1K 1HF Book Launch – Rabindranath Tagore: One ...
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Here are three new pieces of writing by one of the Tagore Centre resident artists, Nuala Dalton. Her empathetic responses ...
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A new piece by Aurogeeta Das is in our Features section. A lovely account of the joys of handwriting. Forming ...
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By Fiona Harvey 18th September 2014 As I sit down to write this next part of my exploration, I am ...
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by Aurogeeta Das Rabindranath Tagore – Plate 290 In the second part of my exploration of Tagore’s birds, I would like ...
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So, I have now visited the archive at the Tagore Centre several times. I enjoy the feeling of space and ...
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by Aurogeeta Das In my previous post, I used the word ‘aphorism’ to describe Tagore’s poetry in Stray Birds. Before ...
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We are happy to present a new contribution from Aurogeeta Das which is now available in our Features section. It picks ...
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by Nuala Dalton When I saw the call for artists by the Tagore centre, I was not long back from ...
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Aurogeeta Das As I’ve stated in my previous blogpost, Tagore’s birds tend to be fantastical rather than real; sometimes they ...
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by Aurogeeta Das   For the most part, Tagore did not paint real birds. Although he may have done so ...
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Tagore’s Negotiation of Identity and Image by Aurogeeta Das  This post highlights some key points in Rustom Bharucha’s lecture at InIVA ...
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Much has been made of Tagore as an ecological poet or a poet of nature. However his vision was far ...
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Here is the first in what will be a regular series of posts by people working at the Tagore Centre, ...
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Here’s another contribution to our Features section. A short extract from Sahitya Akademi’s 1961 publication on Tagore. It follows on ...
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I’m delighted to introduce the first offering in our new Features section. This part of the site will grow into an ...
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Welcome to a new look for the Tagore Centre website! With the help of the Heritage Lottery Fund we are ...
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