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15 Years Of Rabindranath Tagore, The Universal Poet, Who Envisioned A World “That Has Not Been Broken Up Into Fragments By Narrow Domestic Walls.”

It is well known that Tagore’s works have been widely translated in several languages. On the occasion of his sesquicentennial year, there has been a sudden increase in translations. The Chinese who refer to him as ,’CHU CHEN TAN’, meaning literally thunder and sunlight of India, are now engaged through a group of 17 Tagore scholars in translating his complete works from Bengali for the first time, instead of via English.

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