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Tuesday, April 23, 2024

10 inspirational sayings from the Bard of Bengal and Nobel laureate

Rabindranath Tagore, the first Indian to earn a Nobel Prize, was born on this day in 1622. Tagore has made a significant contribution to Indian literature, music, and art, whether it be via his poetry, essays, songs, or paintings.

Gurudev, Kabiguru, Biswakabi, and “the Bard of Bengal” are just a few of the numerous titles that Rabindranath Tagore is known by.

Here are some motivational statements from “Gurudev” as the country remembers him.

Death is just turning out the lamp when morning has broken; it does not destroy the light.
“Where knowledge is free; Where the mind is fearless and the head held high.”
Love “gives freedom, not claims possession.”
The best education is one that transforms us into people who live in harmony with everything around them rather than just providing us with facts.
“I'll go through another door—or I'll build a door—if I can't go through this one. No matter how gloomy the present, something wonderful will emerge.
“You can't just stand there and look at the water to cross the sea.”
“Faith is the bird that sings and feels the light when dawn is still dark”
“Facts are many, but the truth is only one.”
“Depth of friendship does not depend upon the length of acquaintance.”
Love is an enduring enigma since there is no logical explanation for it.

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