His name is written as Rabindranath Thakur in Indian languages. He made it possible to make art using different forms and styles.
Tagore was also a cultural reformer, and modernized Bangali art.
His stories are reflections on his surroundings, modern society and fashionable ideas.
ESSAY WRITING RABINDRANATH TAGORE: A WORLD HERITAGE “All men have poetry in their hearts, and it is necessary for them, as much as possible, to express their feelings.
In 1898, Tagore’s wife and children joined him there. In English, "Shantiniketan" means "an abode [place] of peace." He built a prayer hall, a school, and a library.
He planted many trees and built a beautiful garden.In 1877, when he was 16, Tagore published his first large poetry collection.Also at 16, he wrote his first short story and dramas.Tagore wrote this poem in the style of Vidyapati, a famous poet who wrote in Maithili. He enrolled at a public school in Brighton, England. His father arranged a marriage for him with Mrinalini Devi, a girl who was ten years old (child marriage prevailed at time of British rule). Together they had five children, but two died during childhood.In 1890, Tagore began managing his family’s estates in Sheildah, now in Bangladesh. Between 1891–1895, he wrote many short stories about life in Bengal, especially rural life. He went to Shantiniketan (West Bengal) to build an ashram (which is like a monastery in Indian religions).He was very popular among readers of the Bengali language, as well as other people who knew his works through translations and reviews.On 14 November 1913, Tagore won the 1913 Nobel Prize in Literature.He was a creative genius, a remarkable person who combined East and West, and ancient and modern knowledge. Mahatma Gandhi, the political father of modern India, was his devoted friend. Gradually with the publication of his works, he had become successful in his native Bengal. It is perhaps the most acclaimed collection of Tagore’s poems.Tagore was also an early Tagore’s wife died in 1902 and the next year one if his daughters died. From time to time, Tagore participated in the Indian nationalist movement in his own visionary way. His short stories were published monthly in a friend’s magazine, and he even played the lead role in a few of the public performances. Gradually with the publication of his works, Tagore had become successful in his native Bengal.In February 1873, at age 11, Tagore went on a tour of India with his father. They visited many places in India, including Amritsar in Punjab (British India), and Dalhousie in the Himalayas.Tagore also visited his father’s estate at Shantiniketan.