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In his ‘Song Offerings to the Creator’, Rabindranath Tagore uses modernized images from classical Indian love poetry to symbolize his yearning to merge with God. The mud-stained traveller, the parched summer earth, the bride awaiting the return of her lord, the first monsoon shower, the flowers, the rivers and the conch are images which gain a mystical depth in these poems. Included in this edition is WB Yeat’s introduction to the first edition of Tagore’s English rendering of Gitanjali. Tagore was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913.

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