Rabindranath Tagores world of education is an endless askance, erudition and re-discovery of consciousness. Right from the global crisis in education to the absence of finer sensibilities and superior vision of life, the present day pollution in education necessitates a change in the light of Rabindranaths thoughts and experiments on education of the Man par excellence. While true religion, as he strongly asserts, is the Religion of Man, the true mystic mingles with the All Beautiful like a playmate and poignantly sings: When my play was with Thee.The World of Delight as Rabindranath Tagore expresses is the sense of goodness and harmony in mankind marooned in our murky world. Unlike a theoretician, Rabindranath practically shows in Santiniketan how education unfolds the immense possibilities inherent in man and dispels unusual misconceptions often nursed in utter ignorance. In addition, readers might encounter a newer avenue of aesthetic unison in the comparative study of Eliot and Rabindranath.
Crisis in Education and RabindranathRabindranath and the World of DelightRabindranaths Educational Thoughts and Experiments on the Awakening of the Sense of GoodnessAesthetic Education and RabindranathRabindranath Tagore and T.S. Eliot : A Unison of Aesthetic SensibilitiesRabindranath and the Quest for HarmonyThe Darling of Our HeartsReligion and RabindranathWhen My Play was with Thee
About the Author :
Mohit Chakrabarti (b. Sept. 01, 1941) teaches English and Education at Visva-Bharati University in Santiniketan.The recipient of National Award as a teacher-educator, Mr. Chakrabarty is a critic, reviewer and a poet, who regularly contributes to the Journals published in India and abroad.He is a member of the International Council of Education for teaching (ICET), Airlington Virgina, U.S.A. and has proved himself as a significant participant by his presentation of papers at, The World Assembly of Teacher Educators, University of West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica in July 1986; In the First International Conference on Literature in Translation, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India; First International symposium on India and World Literature University of Delhi, Delhi, India.
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