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Bollywood actress Rhea Chakraborty is ‘keeping the faith’

She wrote: "The question and the cry "Oh, where?" melt into tears of a thousand streams and deluge the world with the flood of the assurance, "I AM!" -- Rabindranath Tagore, Gitanjali #keepingthefaith."

New books to tell classic children’s stories

The books, priced Rs 599 each, are currently available for sale on online and offline stores.

Jogen Chowdhury to exhibit pandemic-era art virtually

The exhibition is presented by Kolkata-based art gallery Art Exposure, and runs both virtually and at the gallery.

Celebrate an artful Independence Day

Here are some journeys to take virtually on Google Arts and Culture as you remember the freedom struggle and India's liberation from centuries of colonial rule

Warangal: Vivekananda Vidya Kendra organises lectures on patriots

We have been organising this programme from August 1– 15 daily from 5 pm– 6 pm through online platforms marking the 73rd Independence Day, says Vandemataram Vishnuchaitanya, who is facilitating the programme

On Tagore’s 79th death anniversary, Anupam Roy revisits ‘Ekla chalo re’

Roy revisited Tagore's iconic song, "Ekla chalo re", with a new music video that salutes the spirit of para-athletes.

DPS Nacharam: Talent to the fore at English Week

The event started with the lighting of the lamp and a prayer song to invoke the blessings of the almighty.

Lockdown period unlocks comedian Brahmanandam’s hidden talent

Everyone knows what a great comedian Brahmanandam is and also that he served as a Telugu lecturer before entering the film industry.

Japanese woman impress Twitterati with flawless Bangla

"I love Rabindranath Tagore's 'Postmaster'. I love ilish maach."

Protests against citizenship law in some parts of Bengal

The chief minister had declared on Monday that the Amended Citizenship Act and the National Register of Citizens could be enforced in the state only over her "dead body".

Nationalism an ideological poison, transcending rights: Hamid Ansari

Ansari said Guru Nanak, whose 550th birth anniversary is being celebrated, advocated brotherhood of all humans, espoused the cause of downtrodden, and advocated what in modern terminology is called interfaith dialogue

Indian languages to get a boost at Tagore fest

Through this Festival, we want to celebrate Tagore and his work," said festival co-director Leeladhar Mandloi.

Sharmila Tagore: The dimpled diva

This doe-eyed Bengali girl with her beautiful smile set many hearts aflutter with her sizzling acts on-screen that created ripples in Bollywood of the ’70s

Friendship that withstood the passage of time

A special showcase will highlight the correspondence between the icons, Rabindranath Tagore and Mahatma Gandhi

A slice of Bengal in Hyderabad

The event celebrated the multi-cultural collaboration between Bengal and Telangana and promoted the motto of “Home, away from home” to the fellow Bengali community in Hyderabad.

Of intertwined relationships & fates

For a man, Tagore seems to argue, a woman is either a mother or a lover. And there is no coming together of the two roles.

Dream destination of every artiste

For the past five-plus decades Ravindra Bharathi remained a landmark of Hyderabad that reflects the city’s culture in umpteen ways

Parvathy Baul pioneers Baul archive

Parvathy Baul, the winner of a prestigious national award who has taken the genre to 42 countries, is working to set up an archive at Santiniketan in West Bengal's Birbhum district to preserve it for prosperity.

Taj may soon hit point of no return

Success in reducing the weathering of St Paul’s Cathedral in London should help salvage the Taj

Personification of classic short tales

In Stories by Rabindranath Tagore, Anurag Basu translates these works in his signature style, achieving a fine balance between the populist and the elite.

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