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Which Indian Got the nobel price first ?

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Asked by radhakrishnan, 13 Jun '07 02:13 am
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Rabindranath Tagore

Rabindranath Tagore, the Nobel laureate poet, writer, philosopher was the ambassador of Indian culture to the rest of the world. He is probably the most prominent figure in the cultural world of Indian subcontinent and the first Asian person to be awarded with the Nobel prize. Even though he is mainly known as a poet, his multifaceted talent showered upon different branches of art, such as, novels, short stories, dramas, articles, essays, painting etc. And his songs, popularly known as Rabindrasangeet, have an eternal appeal and is permanently placed in the heart of the Bengalis. He was a social reformer, patriot and above all, a great humanitarian and philosopher. India and Bangladesh - the national anthems of these two countries are taken from his composition.
n 1912, journeyed to Europe for the second time. On the journey to London he translated some of his poems/songs from Gitanjali to English. He met William Rothenstein, a noted British painter, in London. He ...more
Answered by g kakkasseri, 13 Jun '07 02:36 am

 
  
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Rabindranath Tagore
Answered by nikhil raina, 13 Jun '07 12:36 pm

 
  
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Ravindranath Tagore for geetanjali.
Answered by Gaurav vyas, 13 Jun '07 02:19 am

 
  
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