Google’s tribute to ‘Jana Gana Mana’ Creator Rabindranath Tagore on his Birthday

Rabindranath Tagore’s Birthday doodle was appeared on Google homepage landed in India May 7th to commemorate his works. He was a renowned novelist, poet and a writer of all time. The national anthem of India, the country in which he born was wrote by him.


Rabindranath Tagore Google doodle
Rabindranath Tagore Google doodle (May 7, 2009)

Rabindranath Tagore Google doodle included the picture of him in the place of alphabet ‘g’ and the seal that Tagore used in his manuscripts. Doodle make all Indians to respect the man who is the creator the beautiful national anthem “Jana Gana Mana”.

Telling about Tagore, though he was mainly known for his beautiful poetries he also have lots of short stories, dramas, songs, essays and novels in his name. It is the sweetness and uniqueness that we can see in his works make him the best among all writers. He was also the writer of national anthem of Bangladesh.

It was his great talent made his fame cross seven seas and reach every continent. Rabindranath Tagore was the best writer the world ever saw. For Indians Tagore and his works were the symbol of national culture and heritage.

Rabindranath Tagore
Rabindranath Tagore
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Rabindranath Tagore was the man who was interested in travelling. During the period 1878 to 1932 he travelled a lot. He travelled to more than 30 countries with in the time period. It was his skills made him the owner of the title of first European to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. It was in the 1913 he was given this honor.

He works included topics related to politics, culture and personal incidents as the theme. The stories, novels, novellas, poems and essays that wrote by him followed a real artistic value and shows his determination and interest in writing. Out of his works it’s “Githajali” which made him famous all over.

There are many organizations, academies, universities, libraries and awards in his name. Every year his birthday is celebrated all over the globe with many programs and talks as a tribute to him. His entire life was dedicated to art, literate and writing. By publish this doodle on Indian homepage of Google they made us remember him and his lots of amazing works on his birthday.

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