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Rabindranath Tagore — a life
May 9, 2012
Not only India, but the whole world has become captivated by the Nobel Laureate in the course of the celebrations of his birth anniversary.
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Exceptionally good collection.Especially the one with Helen Keller.The
very name RT brings to your memory "Where the mind is without fear" a
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Tagore with Helen Keller-wonderful
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