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A short film featuring Rabindranath Tagore during his visits to Albert Kahn in 1921

How to Grow Your Food
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Practising Resourcefulness: Plenty, Sustainability and Well-being in Everyday Life
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May/June 2011

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Tagore – The Big Vision

In this special edition, we pay tribute to Rabindranath Tagore with feature articles on his extraordinary life and work, his wisdom and ideas. This issue looks at Tagore’s relevance today — not just his poetry, prose, painting and music, but also his practical achievements in education and agriculture.

In this issue we do more than recognise the relevance of Tagore’s wisdom, we celebrate and share his ideals and aspirations of harmony, wholeness and integrity to which he dedicated his whole life.

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Rowan Tree by Rose AndersonIn the Field

With his fame resting largely on his literary legacy, it is often forgotten that Tagore’s work in rural development was pioneering too. Reba Som takes a look at Tagore’s practical achievements in the field of agriculture in late 19th Century India.

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Intrinsic Values by Jay Luttman JohnsonRethinking Conservation

The time is ripe for a new relationship with the natural world. Fiona Reynolds, Director-General of The National Trust, explains the role of the Trust in rekindling our connection with the land and finding a better balance between humans and Nature.

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Big SaveForests and Freedom

Forests were central to Tagore’s work, just as they have been for India’s creative expression throughout the centuries. Tagore understood that the forest teaches us about union and compassion. Vandana Shiva explores the role of the forests as a perennial teacher of peace, freedom, diversity and democracy.

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Mithila ArtRethinking the Age of Stupid

Odyssey 2050, a new animated film in the making, offers young people the chance to rewrite the future: to contribute scripts, characters, music and animation. A natural successor to The Age of Stupid, the film aims to address climate change issues and help create a better future.

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Also free to read online from the May/June Issue

The Wisdom of Tagore: Satish Kumar on the inspiration behind Resurgence. More

We Are All Related: Rabindranath Tagore on the unity of life. More

The Mathematician and the Mystic: What is Reality? More

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Plastic Island: Lorna Howarth
Gaza Youth Manifesto: Gaza Youth
Evolutionary Leadership: Richard Barrett

Don't miss the following articles only in print

Who was Rabindranath Tagore: Ketaki Kushari Dyson
The Relevance of Tagore: Deepak Chopra
The Professor and the Poet: Kenny Munro

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