Rabindranath Tagore, also known as Gurudev was not just a poet but also a philosopher, social revolutionary and a freedom fighter. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913 and became the first Asian to receive the honor. He wrote poetry, fiction, drama, essays, and songs; promoted reforms in education, aesthetics, and religion; and in his late 60s, he even turned to the visual arts, producing 2,500 paintings and drawings before his death.
Today, on his 77th death Anniversary, his words continue to inspire many. Let’s go down the memory lane and revisit his wise words.