Rabindranath Tagore — Name also transliterated as Ravindranatha Thakura Indian short story writer, poet, playwright, essayist, novelist, painter, and songwriter. Tagore is widely regarded as the inventor of the modern Bengali short story and is credited with introducing colloquial speech into Bengali literature.
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b.a.i english language paper second mm. 50 unit one passage for precis writing unit two translation of a passage from hindi to english unit three expansion of an idea unit four narration/ use of tenses use of infinitive gerund,participle conditional sentences. This electronic manuscript has been prepared in an effort to match the layout of the original edition in every respect. Any typographical errors in the original have been intentionally preserved. - Indian Culture in Punishment by Rabindranath Tagore Punishment, by Rabindranath Tagore, is a short story involving Indian culture and a dilemma for two brothers. Dukhiram and Chidam slaved in the fields all day, as their wives would fight and scream at each other at the house.
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– A.D.)! Rabindranath Tagore, popularly known and called as Gurudev, was born in Kolkata on May 8, in an illusiritious family of thinkers, reformers, social and cultural leaders and intellectuals. His father was Maharishi Devendranath. Rabindranath Tagore – (Name also transliterated as Ravindranatha Thakura) Indian short story writer, poet, playwright, essayist, novelist, painter, and songwriter.
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Punishment, by Rabindranath Tagore, is a short story involving Indian culture and a dilemma for two brothers. Dukhiram and Chidam slaved in the fields all day, as their wives would fight and scream at each other at the house.
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