Rabindranath Tagore - Nobel Prize in Literature

Born: May 7, 1861

Nationality: Indian

Famous: Nobel Laureates In Literature Poets

Died At Age: 80

Born In: India

Famous As: Poet And Author

Political Ideology: Opposed Imperialism And Supported Indian Nationalists

Spouse/Ex-: Mrinalini Devi

Father: Debendranath Tagore

Mother: Sarada Devi

Siblings: Dwijendranath, Jyotirindranath, Satyendranath, Swarnakumari

Died On: August 7, 1941

Place Of Death: Calcutta, Bengal Presidency, British India

“Love does not claim possession, but gives freedom.” Once said, India was going through a tumultuous period during the British rule.

Rabindranath Tagore is one of India's most acclaimed word forms.
His brilliance of narratives and in-commensurable poetic flair, often hailed as poet's master. Impressed his readers minds with an ineffable impression.

Tagore was a brilliant scholar and built India's cultural ambassador.

He was the most admired Indian writer who brought India's rich cultural heritage to the West India. And was the first non-European to receive the prestigious Nobel Prize.

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