Rabindranath Tagore's Our Universe

Item Code: IDE701
Author: Trans. By. Indu Dutt
Publisher: Jaico Publishing House
Language: English
Edition: 1999
ISBN: 8172247273
Pages: 110
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 8.6" X 5.6"
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From the Jacket:

Amongst other things Tagore felt a deep interest in scientific speculation and discovery. For him the planet Earth was only a small, though marvelously significant speck in Creation, and he believed that if we are to understand ourselves we must comprehend also the Universe of which our world is a mere particle. One of his finest abilities was his capacity for interpreting Nature, and his love of Nature, which in one aspect was localized enthusiastically in the landscapes of Bengal, extended infinitely to the stars harmoniously crowding space. His enthusiasm to learn about them was unlimited and this book reveals how exact and wide was his grasp of contemporary knowledge on the subject. It is a book by a student for fellow-students; but it is also a poet's description of what he gleaned from countless learned scientific works, and has a simplicity combined scientific works, and has a simplicity combined with imagery that makes his account very vivid.


1. The World of Atoms10
2. The World of Stars37
3. The Solar World55
4. The Planetary World64
5. The Earth80
6. To Conclude92

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