Rabindranath Tagore- anthology. Photograph.

This hardcover book is a 55 y.o. anthology of Tagore’s. Tagore is a 1913 Nobel Laureate in Literature. One of my favourites in my collection.

Tagore’s anthology

This link is to a hardbound book, close to the one I have. Check this beauty.


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  1. lazione budy says:

    Tagore, one of best author favorite

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    1. Same..beautiful writing

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  2. haoyando says:

    I read a book by Tagore long time ago. Although forgetting most of the content, I remember it’s about a professor’s wife, and her view of the professor and their love life.

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    1. Tagore has written so many masterpieces ♥️
      Reading him is a beautiful feeling

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    1. Hi fellow bibliophile

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  6. nitinsingh says:

    Seeing the signature of Thakur on the book, Kolkata metro station was remembered.
    Thakur’s Geetanjali’s lines are written on Ravindra Sadan or Ravindra Sarovar metro station wall and his signature is also there.

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    1. I’ll definitely see that on my next visit.

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  7. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    YOWZA—FOR OLD FAVORITE ANTHOLOGIES!

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  8. Pavlov says:

    “Boundless Sky” in your hands, not fair!!

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      1. Pavlov says:

        Got a new one, you might like it 🙂 I promise this one is better.
        He was born with name “Robindronath Thakur”, but later when he became, in 1913, the first non-European to win Nobel Prize in literature, he got this new name ‘Rabindranath Tagore’ as the Britishers couldn’t pronunciate his name well. 😛

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  9. I hadn’t known about the Nobel prize. I like books of that era – much better produced than today.

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    1. Oh yes! He got it for his Gitanjali. A beautiful writer.
      That era did have a lot special!

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