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Western Influences on Satyajit Ray - Abhijit Sen Satyajit Ray | Essay | February 2005 The contributions of Satyajit Ray to the Bengali and to Indian cinema in general has not been matched by any other filmmakers, both past and present.
Devotio Humana: Rabindranath's Love Poems Revisited - Narasingha P. Sil Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | February 2005 abindranath Tagore's (1861-1941) reputation as a rishi (saint), mahamanab (superman), or gurudeb (divine mentor) has created a haze and a halo through which we can neither recognize the concrete ...
Your Films Our Pride - Sujit Mukherjee Satyajit Ray | Essay | October 2004 You rang the doorbell with some trepidation. It was generally believed he was a haughty person, seldom welcomed visits from strangers, did not enjoy meeting persons of little accomplishment, and so on. But it was too late now because the door had begun opening.
Reflections on Clinton B. Seely’s Translation of - Meghanad Badh Kabya William Radice English | Essay | September 2004
Tagore in the Netherlands - Liesbeth Meyer Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | July 2004 In my search for Dutch translations of Rabindranath Tagore's work in the Netherlands, I discovered some facts that may interest Tagorephiles the world over. This article describes these findings, and also includes the transcripts and scans of some letters exchanged between Tagore and Frederik van Eeden who had introduced Tagore to the Netherlands. ...
To remember is to live again - Buddhadeva Bose Buddhadeva Bose | Essay | May 2004 On the occasion of Henry Miller’s seventy-fifth birthday, Buddhadeva Bose recaptures the time he had spent with the American writer at Big Sur, California.
Santiniketan Lectures - Rabindranath Tagore translated by Jyoti Prakash Datta, Introduced & Edited by Nandan Datta Rabindranath Tagore | Essay : ধারাবাহিক | April 2004 We present a selection of translations from Rabindranath Tagore's (1861-1941) Santiniketan (Shaantiniketana) Volumes I and II.
Home and Abroad - Martin Kämpchen Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | December 2003 The grand concept of globalisation has its origin in economic relations. But it tends to spread its tentacles into other areas of human concern
Gazing at the Sun: Bangladeshi Poets and Rabindranath Tagore - William Radice Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | September 2003 This is the first of perhaps five papers which together will grapple with the question, ‘What is Bangladeshi poetry?’
How hard should we try? – Questions of detail in literary translation - Ketaki Kushari Dyson English | Essay | July 2003 A few mistakes do not invalidate the whole work, and shifts of meaning are inevitable when a text moves from the terrain of one language to the terrain of another. In that case, how hard should we try? I think...
Rabindranath Tagore in Germany - Martin Kämpchen Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | July 2003 If I were asked who was the greatest poet India has produced, including the greatest of ancient India, Kalidasa, my firm answer would be: ‘Tagore’ …
A Poet's Dream: Discovery of Tagore Texts - Shailesh Parekh Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | May 2003 Prof. Niranjan Bhagat, a noted Gujarati poet, now 77, believes that it was Tagore’s death in 1941, that ‘seduced’ him into writing poetry!
Tagore's Poetic Greatness - William Radice Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | May 2003
Our Ray of the 70's and 80's - Somjit Dutt Satyajit Ray | Essay | November 2002 We who grew from childhood to youth and young adulthood in the city of Calcutta during the course of the 70's and 80's of the 20th century had the rare opportunity to refer to one of the Titans of the screen, Satyajit Ray, as almost one of us : he was very much Ray.
On the Wings of Hummingbirds, Rabindranath Tagore’s Little Poems: An Invitation to a Review-cum-Workshop - Ketaki Kushari Dyson Rabindranath Tagore | Essay : ধারাবাহিক | January 2002 Readers who are obsessed about ‘accuracy’ and are not themselves practising translators often fail to grasp why a translator has taken this or that decision, especially in the translation of poetry. ...
Emperor of Life - Buddhadeva Bose Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | December 2001 At the time we were there, he had just completed a short story. We would have got many more and also newer kinds of short stories, if writing a story had entailed merely thinking it out.
Rabindra-Sangeet as a Resource for Indian Classical Bandishes - Anirban Dasgupta Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | July 2001 Rabindranath's titanic intellect found manifestation in
almost every facet of fine art. One of the most outstanding amongst
them is Rabindra-sangeet, which embodies a breathtaking fusion of
his musicianship and poetic genius. Such was the impact
- Aji hote satabarsha pare: What Tagore Says to us a Century Later Brian Hatcher Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | July 2001 Thirteen years ago, I traveled to India for the first time. My goal was to spend the year studying Bengali language and literature at Visva-Bharati University in Santiniketan, the home of Rabindranath Tagore's great educational experiment and his beloved 'abode of peace.'
Translating Between Media: Rabindranath Tagore and Satyajit Ray - Clinton B. Seely Satyajit Ray | Essay | July 2001 Marie Seton, in her 1971 book on Satyajit Ray entitled 'Portrait of a Director: Satyajit Ray', writes that Ray, when he was doing research on Tagore during the later 1950s in preparation for turning "The Fouled Nest" into film, came across, as Seton puts it, "Tagore's marginal notations...
A People's Poet or a Literary Deity - Indrani Chakraborty Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | July 2001 "His prose introduces us to life, his poetry teaches us what to do with it". Way back in the 60s writer Buddhadeva Bose had summed up the overwhelming presence of Rabindranath in our lives...
Rabindranath Tagore and his World of Colours - Ketaki Kushari Dyson Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | July 2001 It has been suggested to me several times by friends that I should write an article in English reporting on the interdisciplinary research work that is embodied in the book Ronger Rabindranath ...
Rabindranath Tagore at the University of Costa Rica - Sol Argüello Scriba Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | July 2001 It was not until 1980 that a course on Rabindranath Tagore and his work was offered at the University of Costa Rica, thanks to the emeritus professor M.A. Hilda Chen Apuy, who was largely responsible for the introduction of Asian Studies in the Literature and Philology program at the School of Modern and Classical Languages.
A Foreign Shine and Assumed Gestures: The Ersatz Tagore of the West - Somjit Dutt Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | July 2001 An informed and candid survey of the oeuvre of Rabindranath Tagore reveals that a profound difference exists between what Rabindranath is or was in Bengali society and what he has been viewed as in the West.
On the Trail of Rabindranath Tagore and Victoria Ocampo - Ketaki Kushari Dyson Rabindranath Tagore | Essay | January 2001 Recently I happened to read in Parabaas Alfonso Chacon R.’s article ‘The Forgotten Stone: On Rabindranath Tagore and Latin America’ (2000), and from there by means of a ...
It Comes to Nothing by Ramprasad Sen - Ramprasad Sen translated by Translations | Essay | January 2001
Clinging To Your Feet by Dvijendralal Ray - Dvijendralal Ray translated by Dvijendralal Ray Translations | Essay | January 0001
Ferry Of The Soul by Kalidas Bhattacharya - Folk translated by Kalidas Bhattacharya Translations | Essay | January 0001
Always-Blissful Mother by Kamlalakanta Chakrabarti - Kamlalakanta Chakrabarti translated by Translations | Essay | January 0001
Strike the Pose of Sweet Krishna by Nabai Moyra - Nabai Moyra translated by Translations | Essay | January 0001
Ink On My Face, Ink On My Hands by - Kazi Nazrul Islam translated by Kazi Nazrul Islam Translations | Essay | January 0001
Set Sail! by Rabindranath Tagore - Rabindranath Tagore translated by Translations | Essay | January 0001
I'm Leaving You Now, Shyama by Rabindranath Tagore - Rabindranath Tagore translated by Translations | Essay | January 0001
Kali the Trickster by Ramdulal Nandi - Ramdulal Nandi translated by Translations | Essay | January 0001
You're A Poor Farmer! by Ramprasad Sen - Ramprasad Sen translated by Translations | Essay | January 0001
Mortgaged to Shiva by Ramprasad Sen - Ramprasad Sen translated by Translations | Essay | January 0001
I'm Not Calling You Mother Anymore by Ramprasad Sen - Ramprasad Sen translated by Translations | Essay | January 0001
Bengali Songs to the Goddess Kali - Sagaree Sengupta translated by | Essay | January 0001 Kali songs often reach poetically and playfully into legal and administrative terminology, puns, and trade jargon. Kali devotees are not necessarily renunciants, and worldly concerns commingle with spiritual yearning in the songs. Human inadequacy is often lamented, and protests of the goddess's neglect...
Make Me Crazy, Brahma-filled Mother by Trailokyanath Sanyal - Trailokyanath Sanyal translated by Trailokyanath Sanyal Translations | Essay | January 0001 1 2 (41 to 78 of total 78)
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