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Rabindranath Tagore Biography from his early childhood onwards ?The steps that I heard in my childhoods play their music resounds in all the music of this world. 1 Rabindranath Tagore was born on the 7th May 1861. The Tagore´s of Calcutta were famous for their culture and independence. Rabindranath was the 14th child of his father Debendranath and mother Sarada Devi. Perhaps in no family would the 14th child be particularly welcome and much less so in a family, where all the elder brothers and sisters and their families live together in one joint household. His saint like father was distinguished for his pursuit of religious and spiritual truth. He was popularly known as Maharshi, meaning saint. In 1843 he converted to Brahmism. Influence of his father was abiding in the poets life. Rabindranath wrote in his life history about his childhood with a beautiful compliment. Rabindranath was a healthy and a fair baby, but perhaps not as fair as some of his elder brothers and sisters. His eldest sister Saudamini used to remark that, ? My Rabi may be dark and not so fair, but he will outshine all the others.?* Continue...

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