Rabindranath Tagore (aka Gurudev) was the first poet in the Indian literary canon awarded to the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1915 for collecting his plans, GITANJALI- (Praying Predictive Songs). Tagore, a real Indian and patriot who fed her Mother and her spiritual heritage, proud of her land, her people, her mountains and rivers and her famous past.
His inner feelings from his intentions, & # 39; the songs of the ship & # 39; and the genre of music known as Rabindra Sangeet, which he denied. Tagore is a contemporary of Mahatma Gandhi who praised him as a & # 39; world poet and humanist & # 39; … The famous Scottish Irishman W.B.Yeats in his introduction to the volume says that "this number has lifted my blood as nothing else for years". He also noted that Tagore's plans were not only appreciated by the scholars "but they were sang for the peasants".
Tagore's Where the Mind is Without Fear is an inspirational prose-poem & # 39; shining and singing & # 39 ;. It is a manifesto, a prayer. It is a sermon and a call to awakening. It's all and more. In this plan of elaborate lines, Tagore meets his recipe for freedom and uses some clear metaphors that add meaning to meaning. He wants India to go out of his long sleep to meet the challenges ahead and realize his hopes and potentials. The opening line is a gold compass where a searcher after the great Freedom cause should be guided by his path. Freedom of thought is the final boundary to be first, as weighted.
& # 39; A thoughtful mind capable of thinking & # 39; said Cowper, do not be afraid. Did Tagore say such a thought or a negative thought struck by the no-name demons? Tagore saw the fear as a locked padlock His vision was shown by the words of Franklin Roosevelt who said "I will make my strong faith that the only thing we fear is the fear itself. necessary efforts to revive advancement ". Tagore points out a sentiment closer to what Byron calls "the eternal spirit of unimaginable thoughts" …
As a man with strong faith in the construction of India despite its diversity, Tagore seems to encourage his countrymen to stand up as a nation of unity, because fragmentation of caste, creed, language and ideology created the & # 39; narrow walls & # 39; which weaken the garment of the nation whose power is different .. A world of no artificial borders is its dream.
His message to his neighbors, who was enslaved by Britain, was fulfilling
some & # 39; head hold & # 39; – proud of their country's history and rich heritage and philosophy, and no end.
Tagore emphasizes that knowledge, which is power, must be free and unregulated. Understanding leads to the lack of relevance and advancement in modern science, technology and art, which is essential for economic growth. India cone. is to carry her part in the new dynamics of coming.
& # 39; If the words come from the depths of truth & # 39 ;, he says. The truth is not an easy step that can be changed. It is a high hill. This line of action is found in the post-Independence Indies motto of Satyameva Jayate (Truth Alone Conquers / Prevails)
Tagore looks at an Indian where the 'endless effort lifts his arms to the end & # 39; .. The unique symbol brought before our minds, arms unfolding to achieve the golden goal of perfection – endless effort to become better and better.
Tagore also lives in a & # 39; clear reason for reasoning, and & # 39; wide-ranging mind and action & # 39 ;. He emphasizes the connotation of mind and heart, mind and action, – to make new ways to win the ends of the mind. He does not want his country to be weak in the 'dreary desert sand of dead habit' ". & # 39; The behavior & # 39 ;, in Wordsworth's wordsworth & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39;
Tagore's message is that the mental illusion kills the spirit. Each Tagore line focuses on the eyes and minds of a word or idea. He wants the mind to be what the publisher calls & # 39; a perfect fare for all thoughts & # 39 ;. Thoughts go the way, it is his vision.
The last line of this plan. saying to & # 39; To heaven in liberty, my Father, let my nation & # 39; which covers the fullness of his dream for India. To Tagore freedom is a paradise, where he places the pillars of the guide.
When Tagore concluded the intention of the word HEART & # 39 ;, he urged before our eyes. the image of a lion, which is India, which goes from sleep, shakes its skins and prepares for a forehead; a Gulliver who breaks the bands of Lilliputians It is worthwhile that Tagore should address this prayer to 'My Father', which means God whose blessings he sought and needed by one You are a nation of many religions.
India was released on August 15, 1947.