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Complete Works - Gitanjali The Gardener Fruit-Gathering The Crescent Moon Songs of Kabir Chitra… - cover

Complete Works - Gitanjali The Gardener Fruit-Gathering The Crescent Moon Songs of Kabir Chitra…

Rabindranath Tagore

Translator Sister Nivedita, Jadunath Sarkar, Edward John Thompson, Surendranath Tagore, Charles Freer Andrews, Provatkumar Mukhopadhyay, William Winstanley Pearson, Jatindramohan Bagchi, Kshitish Chandra Sen, Devabrata Mukerjea

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Musaicum Books presents to you this meticulously edited Rabindranath Tagore collection:
My Golden Bengal (Amar Shonar Bangla)
The Morning Song of India (Jana Gana Mana)
The Gardener
The Crescent Moon:
The Home
On The Seashore
The Source
Baby's Way
The Unheeded Pageant
The Beginning
Baby's World
When And Why
The Judge
The Astronomer
Clouds And Waves
The Champa Flower
The Land Of The Exile
The Rainy Day
Paper Boats
The Sailor
The Further Bank
The Flower-School
The Merchant
The Little Big Man
Twelve O'clock
The Wicked Postman
The Hero
The End
The Recall
The First Jasmines
The Banyan Tree
The Gift
My Song
The Child-Angel
The Last Bargain
Stray Birds
Lover's Gift and Crossing
The Fugitive:
Kacha and Devayani
Ama and Vinayaka
The Mother's Prayer
Somaka and Ritvik
Karna and Kunti
The Child
Songs of Kabir
Novels & Short Stories:
The Home and the World
The Hungry Stones
The Victory
Once There Was a King
The Home-Coming
My Lord, The Baby
The Kingdom of Cards
The Devotee
The Babus of Nayanjore
Living or Dead?
"We Crown Thee King"
The Renunciation
The Cabuliwallah
The Skeleton
The Auspicious Vision
The Supreme Night
Raja and Rani
The Trust Property
The Riddle Solved
The Elder Sister
The Postmaster
The River Stairs
The Castaway
My Fair Neighbour
Master Mashai
The Son of Rashmani
The Post Office
The Cycle of Spring
The King of the Dark Chamber
Sanyasi, or the Ascetic
The King and the Queen
Essays & Lectures:
Sadhana: The Realisation of Life
The Centre of Indian Culture
Thought Relics
The Spirit of Japan
Creative Unity
Oriental and Occidental Music
Glimpses of Bengal
Letters of Tagore
My Reminiscences – Autobiography

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