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Rabindranath Tagore: Poet of Power – Sriniketan

Sriniketan – Site of the Institute of Rural Reconstruction

This social project of Tagore’s featured a new model of village improvement and education for the local community.

Girls at play

Girls at play

Tug o' war at the Sriniketan village fair

Tug o’ war at the Sriniketan village fair

Cheena Bhavana: Hall of Sino-Indian Studies

Cheena Bhavana:
Hall of Sino-Indian Studies

Handicrafts class at Sriniketan

Handicrafts class at Sriniketan

Artistic pottery

Artistic pottery

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