Rabindranath Tagore

06.05.2019

Rabindranath Tagore (7 May 1861 – 7 Aug 1941): The Local and the Universal

Rabindranath Tagore (7 May 1861 – 7 Aug 1941): The Local and the Universal

By René Wadlow – TRANSCEND Media Service “The darkness of egoism which will have to be destroyed is the egoism of the Nation.  The ideal of India is against the intense consciousness of the separateness of one’s own people from others, which inevitably leads to ceaseless… »

24.08.2017

Violence Against Women Is Still An Unresolved Issue

Violence Against Women Is Still An Unresolved Issue

By Afreeha Jawad Having grown up in a biological family unit that upheld male domination, envied and resented female intellect, with a mother that declared in no uncertain terms that even though crestfallen a male is a male, Fathima’s ears soon were not alien to such sexist remarks but the bitterness that swelled… »

31.05.2016

This time…?

This time…?

Why, while in India in the heartland of Nobel laureate, Rabindranath Tagore, in Shantiniketen, and beset on imbibing the wisdom, inspiration and creativity of that great mind would I also encounter the influence or spirit of Steve Jobs? Certainly, two great minds but surely diametrically opposed or unrelated by place… »

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