A progressive writer, visionary, a social thinker, a philosopher, an educationist – Rabindranath Tagore was more than an artist. Rabindranath Tagore, who composed India’s National Anthem and won the Nobel Prize for Literature, was a polymath and a poetry in himself.
As the nation observes the 77th death anniversary of legendary poet Rabindranath, this all-rounder counties to be remembered as an exemplary storyteller who wrote mesmerizing tales of love, betrayal and passion. Like his father, Tagore loved travelling and between 1878 and 1932, he set foot in over 30 countries across five continents. During his trips, he also met Albert Einstein and shared a common interest of music. Helen Keller spoke profoundly about the charm of Rabindranath Tagore. Here are some of Tagore’s rare pictures taken with the biggest legends of all times-