Kunaal bhandari


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Kunaal bhandari

  1. 1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I Kunaal Bhandari would like to convey my heartfelt thanks to Mrs. Deepti my English Teacher who always gave me moral support and guided me in different matters regarding the topic. Last but not the least, I would like to thank my parents who gave me different ideas in making this project unique .
  2. 2. INDEX  Introduction of Gitanjali  life history of Rabindranath Tagore  His philosophy  Philosophy of education  Concept of education  Curriculum  Methods of teaching  Evaluation of Tagore’s Philosophy
  3. 3. Gitanjali Gitanjali is a collection of poems by the Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore. The original Bengali collection of 157 poems was published on August 14,1910. The English Gitanjali is a collection of 103 English poems of Tagore’s own English translations of his Bengali poems first published in November 1912 by the India Society of London. The English Gitanjali became very famous in the West, and was widely translated.The word gitanjali is composed from "git", song, and "anjali", offering, and thus means – "An offering of songs"
  4. 4. Poems • Some poems involve themes related to nature, but here, too, the spiritual is subtly present, as in this poem (no. 57), given here along with the Bengali text in Roman script: • Light, my light, the world-filling light, the eye-kissing light, heartsweetening light! • Ah, the light dances, my darling, at the centre of my life; the light strikes, my darling, the chords of my love; the sky opens, the wind runs wild, laughter passes over the earth. • The butterflies spread their sails on the sea of light. Lilies and jasmines surge up on the crest of the waves of light. • The light is shattered into gold on every cloud, my darling, and it scatters gems in profusion. Mirth spreads from leaf to leaf, my darling, and gladness without measure. The heaven's river has drowned its banks and the flood of joy is abroad
  5. 5.     আোলো আমোর আোলো ওোগো, আোলো ভূবন ভরো আোলো নয়ন োধোওযোআমোর আোলো হৃদয় হরো । ় নোোচ আোলো নোোচ ও ভোই, আমোর পর কোোছ ্োোণর বোোজ আোলো বোোজ ও ভোই, হৃদয়বীণোর মোোঝ জোোগ আকোশ, োছোোট বোতোস, হোোস সকল ধরো । আোলোর োস্োো ত র পোল তুোলোছ হোজোরপর োপিত ্জ আোলোর োঢউোয ় উঠল োমোত মিলকো মোলতী ্ল । োমোঘ োমোঘ োসোনো, ও ভোই যোয়নো মোিনক োগোনোপোতোয় পোতোয় হোিস ও ভোই, পুলক রোিশ রোিশ । সুরনদীর কূল ডুোবোছ সুধো-িনঝর-ঝরো।       - অচলোয়তন Alo amar, alo ogo, alo bhubon bhora alo noyon dhoa amar, alo hridoe hara. Nache alo nache, o bhai, amar praner kachhe -baje alo baje, o bhai, hridoe binar majhe -jage akash, chhoţe batash, hashe shokol dhora. Alor srote pal tulechhe hajar projapoti. Alor đheue uţhlo mete mollika maloti. Meghe meghe shona, o bhai, jae na manik gona -patae patae hashi, o bhai, pulok rashi rashi. Shuronodir kul ḍubechhe shudha-nijhor-jhora. -Ocholaeoton
  6. 6. LIFE HISTORY Tagore was born on 6th may 1861 in Bengal in a prosperous family. At primary level his father provided him education in Sanskrit language, Indian philosophy & Astronomy. For higher education he was sent to Bengal Academy wherein he developed an aversion to the prevalent dull rigid and dull education He was then sent to England wherein he left it and further studied on his own. He gradually started writing in magazines est.
  7. 7. He turned into a poet,dramatist,philosopher and painter. He was then awarded the title of Gurudev He got the Nobel prize as he translated Gitanajali in English He established Vishwa bhartion 22nd sept, 1921 whose aim was to create a synthesis of the east and west He died in 1941
  8. 8. HIS PHILOSOPHY He imbibed the idealistic philosophy of life and adopted the highest ideals of truth, beauty, goodness He advocated unity among all the people of the world Tagore was not only a philosopher and social reformer but also a great nationalist to the core To make his country free, he emphasized the need for economic & industrial development social reforms, integration& removal of untouchability together with social reforms & social decimation in all its forms, belief & actions
  9. 9. Philosophy of Education True education should promote the fellow feelings, love in the humans,nature,international relationship According to him education should acquaint the child with the voice and mission of individual as well as international life and achieve a harmonious balance between all the factors which he achieved in his Shanti Niketan Tagore believed in international brotherhood ,hence by society he meant world society
  10. 10. Concept of Education True more effectively than through manmade institutions. Hence, the education of the child should be under natural surroundings so that he develops love for all things around him. According to Tagore, "That education is highest According which not only imparts information and knowledge to us, but also promotes love and follow feeling between us and the living beings of the world
  11. 11. CURRICULUM  According to him the curriculum should be such as to develop the individual physically,mentally,morally,socially,spiritually to the utmost limits  A curriculum based on activities and broad experiences will develop the personality of the child to the fullest extent. Hence the curriculum should contain activities, subjects for the development of the personality of the individual
  12. 12. METHODS OF TEACHING Believing in purity and in his own experiences,  innocence of child, the teacher should behave  with him with great love and affection,  sympathy, affection. The true should always be busy with  motivating the creative capacities of the  children so that they remain busy with  constructive activities and experience
  13. 13. Evaluation of Tagore’s Philosophy  Tagore considered nature as the powerful  agency of for moral and spiritual development  of the child Hence he exhorted that the children should  be taught in Forest Schools as in ancient times
  14. 14. BIBLIOGRAPHY     I get this information of Tagore from books &  from internet.                              WEBSITES      WWW.GOOGLE.COM      WWW.YAHOO.COM                         THANK YOU KUNAAL BHANDARI, VI E