There are no items in your cart

Enjoy Free Shipping on orders above Rs.300.

Rabindranath Tagore Omnibus (Vol 2)

₹ 295

(Inclusive of all taxes)
  • Free shipping on all products.

  • Usually ships in 1 day

  • Free Gift Wrapping on request


The Rabindranath Tagore Omnibus II brings together six of Tagore's most acclaimed works. It conta... Read More

Product Description

The Rabindranath Tagore Omnibus II brings together six of Tagore's most acclaimed works. It contains The Religion of Man (1931), delivered as the Hibbert Lectures in Oxford in 1931, an extensive exposition of Tagore's understanding of the meaning and significance in the cultural history of man, Red Oleanders or Rakta Karabi (1925), a symbolic play describing the conflict between machine and the human spirit, Four Chapters (1934), a political novel and love story, denouncing terrorism at time when it was seen as an act of courage, dedication and sacrifice, The Hidden Treasure and Other Stories, a collection of eight of the writer's short-stories, Shesh Lekha, a collection of mostly untitled poems, bare, striking and Spartan and My Reminiscences (1911), a series of memory-vignettes of the poet's life that provides a unique insight into the life of a great literary genius.

Product Details

Title: Rabindranath Tagore Omnibus (Vol 2)
Author: Rabindranath Tagore
Publisher: Rupa Publications
ISBN: 9788129102331
SKU: BK0336608
EAN: 9788129102331
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

Born in 1861, Rabindranath Tagore was a key figure of the Bengal Renaissance. He started writing at an early age and by the turn of the century had become a household name in Bengal as a poet, a songwriter, a playwright, an essayist, a short story writer and a novelist. In 1913 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature and his verse collection Gitanjali came to be known internationally. At about the same time he founded Visva-Bharati, a university located in Santiniketan, near Kolkata. Called the ‘Great Sentinel’ of modern India by Mahatma Gandhi, Tagore steered clear of active politics but is famous for returning his knighthood as a gesture of protest against the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in 1919. Tagore was a pioneering literary figure, renowned for his ceaseless innovations in poetry, prose, drama, music and painting, which he took up late in life. His works include novels; plays; essays on religious, social and literary topics; some sixty collections of verse; over a hundred short stories; and more than 2500 songs, including the national anthems of India and Bangladesh. Rabindranath Tagore died in 1941. His eminence as India’s greatest modern poet remains unchallenged to this day.

Customer Reviews

Be the first to write a review

Recently viewed