Readership: Students and teachers of Indian literature in translation, in particular, Bengali Literature, comparative literature, Tagore studies, and gender and cultural studies, as well as general readers
Rabindranath Tagore, Sukhendu Ray, Fellow, Institute of Chartered Accounts, England and Wales, Bharati Ray, Dr (Retd.), Department of History, and University of Calcutta
Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941), acclaimed poet, playwright, short story writer, and novelist, wrote successfully in almost all literary genres including musical drama, dance drama, essay, travel diary, and autobiography. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913. His composition, Jana Gana Mana, is recognized as the National Anthem of India.
Sukhendu Ray (Tr.) is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accounts, England and Wales. He retired as Managing Director of Keen Williams Ltd. and is currently on the boards of several companies.
Bharati Ray is currently vice president, Indian Council for Cultural Relations. Former Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha, she was Pro-Vice Chancellor (Academic Affairs), Calcutta University and Founder-Director, Women's Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University.
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