Tagore - The Big Vision

Issue 266 • May/June 2011

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The Wisdom of Tagore

A tribute to Rabindranath Tagore


Look to this Day

Yesterday is but a dream

Geographical Boundaries

The East and West must join hands in pursuit of truth

I Slept and Dreamt

I have become my own version of an optimist


Whose Land is it Anyway?

Environmentalist Lester Brown warns of a new age of hunger

Home Farm Project

An alternative future for African agriculture

The Tree of Life Forest

Germinating hope in Haiti

Love Where You Live

Litter is a matter of bad design

Rethinking the Age of Stupid

Cinema for social change

It's Cool To Be Kind

Creating a chain reaction of generosity

Timeless Tagore

Universal Tagore

Introducing the poet and his big vision

Who Was Rabindranath Tagore?

Tagore's packed life was full of many outstanding achievements

We Are All Related

Tagore shares his thoughts on the unity of all life

The Great Truth

The poet reveals his vision of 'right' education

In the Field

The often overlooked story of Tagore's pioneering work in rural development

A Meeting of Minds

Excerpts from a conversation between both men in 1930

The Mathematician and the Mystic &

How Tagore and Einstein tussled with the great question: What is reality?

A Precious Legacy

How Tagore and the Elmhirsts founded Dartington Hall in Devon

Tagore Festival Highlights

Presenters and performers at the Tagore Festival, Dartington

The Jiban-debata

Exploring the mysterious force that underpinned Tagore's life and work

The Relevance of Tagore

Tagore's poetry and philosophy are as relevant today as ever

A Vision to Serve

Sharing a personal selection of Tagore's transformative poetry

A Visual Expression

Tagore started painting later in life, but his work is still influencing modern Indian art


A short story by Rabindranath Tagore


Voice From The South - Forests and Freedom

Forests have been central to India's creative expression through centuries

A Sense of Place - Rethinking Conservation

The time is ripe for a new relationship with the natural world

The Occasional Didymus - The High Ground

Novelist John Moat looks back fondly on his first summer with a non-motorised lawnmower

Letters to the Editors - Different Coices

A selection of letters from our readers

Members' Page - Dance of Life

Tagore was a man ahead of his time

Members' Page - Tagore and Dartington Exhibition

Curating the work of a poet eight times as prolific as Milton was a challenge

Members' Page - Beautiful Wales

A report from the Resurgence group in Wales


Inner Depth

Review of A Taste of Tagore

Kinship with Nature

Review of I Won't Let You Go: Selected Poems

The Professor and the Poet

Review of A Meeting of Two Minds: Geddes Tagore Letters

The Meaning of Existence

Review of Einstein: A Hundred Years of Reality

Leading By Example

Review of Harmony: A New Way of Looking At Our World

Pale Green

Review of The Plundered Planet: How to Reconcile Prosperity with Nature

Story of A Spiritual Agnostic

Review of Destination of the Species: The Riddle of Human Existence

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Cleaning up the seas by creating artificial landmasses

Article - Gaza Youth Manifesto

Students in the Gaza strip feel betrayed by the international community

Article - Evolutionary Leadership

We already have a blueprint for a new kind of leadership

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