Rabindranath Tagore's Concepts Of State, Nation And Nationalism
Punthi Pustak, 2003 - 324 pages
This book will be of immense value to the students and scholars of political science as of philosophy. Any future research on Tagore's political ideals will be incomplete without the help of this pioneering work.
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According to Tagore achieved Asia believed Bengali Bharati British rule Calcutta China civilisation civilization concept of nationalism condemned conflict cooperation Creative Unity criticised culture Czechoslovakia democracy dictatorship East economic emphasis England English essay Europe European exploitation expressed faith Fascism force freedom French Revolution Gandhi Gathorne Hardy Germany greed hatred history of India Hitler humanity Ibid ideal ideas imperialism imperialistic individual internationalism Italy Japan Kalantar Kolkata League League of Nations Letters from Russia liberty living Manchuria mankind Marx mind modern moral movement Mussolini nation and nationalism nature Nazism never organisation partition of Poland patriotism peace personality poem poet poet's Poland Political Thought problems Rabindranath Tagore race realise regime religion Revolution Rolland Romain Rolland rule in India rulers Santiniketan selfish social society Soviet spirit Swadeshi Tagore's concept truth universal Upanisads Visva Visva-Bharati wanted welfare West Western whole writes wrote