Rabindranath Tagore is such a historical figure that needs to introduction. Affectionately referred to as ‘Kobiguru’ by Bengalies, he was someone whose contribution to India’s history cannot be composed in written words. Keeping aside his every other influence, we can spend hours pondering over the meanings of the rare and beautiful written words by him. However, today we are here to take you on a trip down the memory lane with these lesser or unseen images of Rabindranath Tagore.
Born in 1861, this jewel of India left us on August 7, 1941. However, he is always remembered through his elegant prose and magical poety. And, today with these lesser or unseen images of Rabindranath Tagore too.
1. With the The Mother (Mirra Alfassa, spiritual collaborator of Sri Aurobindo) and Paul Richard in Japan (1916)
2. The poet during his tour of the West (1921)
3. With Helen Keller (1930)
4. With Albert Einstein in Caputh near Berlin (1930)
5. Photograph of the legend taken by S.P. Bhide (1932)
6. With Jawaharlal Nehru in Santiniketan (1936)
7. With his granddaughter and grandnephew in Santiniketan (1934)
8. With Mahatma Gandhi in Santiniketan (1940)
9. With Sir Maurice Gwyer and Dr. S. Radhakrishnan at Sinha Sadan after the Oxford University Convocation (1940)
10. Tagore in a railway compartment at Howrah Station (1940)
Aren’t these lesser or unseen images of Rabindranath Tagore simply mesmerizing?