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The documentary was made to celebrate Tagore's birth centenary in May 1961. Ray was conscious that he was making an official portrait of India's celebrated poet and hence the film does not include any controversial aspects of Tagore's life. However, it is far from being a propaganda film.
The film comprises dramatized episodes from the poet's life and archived images and documents.
The dramatized sequences of boy Rabi (Rabindranath Tagore) and young Tagore in his twenties are moving and lyrical. Ray has been reported to have said, "Ten or twelve minutes of it are among the most moving and powerful things that I have produced".
Awards * President's Gold Medal, New Delhi, 1961 * Golden Seal, Locarno, 1961 * Special Mention, Montevideo, 1962
Gitanjali is a collection of 103 poems of the Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore in English, translated by the poet himself. This volume became well known in the West, and was widely translated into other languages. In England a slender volume was published in 1913, with an exhilarating preface by W. B. Yeats. In the same year, Rabindranath became the first non-European to win the Nobel Prize. His work, thus became a part of the English literature.
Gitanjali is a blend of a number of themes and ideas. It explores the relationship between the creator, nature, individual and humanity. The book becomes a revelation, and incantation, like mantras and the poem as a whole opens the closed petals of our lotus heart. It is an X'ray of our inner reality. The poems of Gitanjali are the offerings of the finite to the infinite. Gitanjali is Tagore's autobiography. At the same time it is the voice our own soul.
The India Bangladesh Foundation (IBF) and Shurolok Bangladesh pay tribute to the great poet through the publication of this documentary that traces the history of Gitanjali and its continued relevance in the World we live in. LM Ericsson Bangladesh Limited lent its support toward the production of the DVD for wider dissemination of Timeless Gitanjali, as a learning object for Bengalis and non-Bengali speakers alike all over the World.
The Concept designer, Director and script writer- Dr. Chanchal Khan Language: English Duration: 47:19 Minutes
It is common knowledge that Rabindranath Tagore won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913 for his Gitanjali. In what language did the Bengali poet write? The Gitanjali we know was in English, but why did Tagore almost never write any subsequent poetry in that language? When he was awarded the Nobel, the slim volume of Gitanjali was the only major literary work in English that the poet had to his credit. Yet the Nobel committee passed over luminaries like Thomas Hardy to award the prize to Tagore. What did the West find in Tagore?
Running time 29:59
Director Malay Bhattacharya
Doordarshan brings to you a lyrical version of the aforesaid collection in a melodious avatar in the voices of - Jagjit Singh, Anuradha Paudwal, Kavita Krishnamurti, Suresh Wadkar, Vinod Rathod, Kumar Sanu, Anup Jalota, Sunidhi Chauhan. A fitting tribute to the legendary poet...
All 30 Episodes of GITANJALI are available on YouTube. This is Episode 5. The entire set of episodes can be viewed by clicking on Playlist for All Episodes of Gitanjali
Mr. and Mrs. Iyer premiered at the Locarno International Film Festival in Switzerland and was showcased at other prominent film festivals. The film opened to Indian audiences on 19 July 2002. It was met with critical acclaim upon release, and won several national and international awards, including the Golden Maile award at the Hawaii International Film Festival and the Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration in India. The film, which was also released as a DVD, had English as its predominant language with a sporadic use of Hindi, Tamil, and Bengali.
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The definitive "the" (also called a determiner) is implemented with a suffix on the noun
e.g. কুকুরটা, বাচ্চাটি, কুকুরগুলো, বাচ্চাগুলি
|Ta -> 'টা'
Ti -> 'টি'
1) Inanimate objects /less respectful, add 'টা'
2) Animate/living/more respectful, add 'টি'
|gulO -> 'গুলো'
guli -> 'গুলি'
1) Plural form of 'টা' is 'গুলো'
2) Plural form of 'টি' is 'গুলি'
When you refer to a number of objects, the name given to the number in a collection is a measure word (MW). A collection is implemented as a suffix to the Measure Word
e.g. একবার, দুইদল, তিনদিন, চারতলা, পাঁচঘন্টা, ছয়খানা, সাতমাস, আটজন, নয়টা, দশটি
bar -> বার
dol -> দল
din -> দিন
tola -> তলা
ghonTa -> ঘন্টা
khana -> খানা
mas -> মাস
jon -> জন
Ta -> টা
Ti -> টি
This is the possessive case of a noun or pronoun
e.g. মামার, গাছের, মামাদের
|r -> 'র'
1) If last letter in noun is vowel, add 'র'
|er -> 'ে'.'র'
2) If last letter in noun is consonant, add 'ে'.'র'
|der -> 'দের'
3) If noun is plural, add 'দের'
This is a preposition formed with a noun+suffix
e.g. বাড়িতে, ঘরে, কলকাতায়ে, টরন্টোয়ে
|e -> 'ে'
1) If last letter in noun is consonant, add 'ে'
|te -> 'তে'
ye -> 'য়ে'
2) If last letter in noun is vowel, add 'তে'
3) 'য়ে' applied to Proper Nouns, refers to Places
This form is used when the noun or pronoun is used in the Object Phrase
e.g. আমাকে, দাদাকে
|ke -> 'কে'|
This form is used when the noun or pronoun is inclusive (like "also" or "too" in English)
e.g. আমিও, দাদাও
|O -> 'ও'|
This form is used when the noun or pronoun is exclusive (like "only" or "alone" in English)
e.g. আমিই, দাদাই, যুদ্ধই
|i -> 'ই'|
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