Family[ edit ] Dwarkanath Tagore , the founder of Jorasanko branch of the Tagore family had left behind three sons at the time of his death — Debendranath , Girindranath and Nagendranath. Both Girindranath and Nagendranath died quite young. Nagendranath did not leave behind any children. His younger brother was Gunendranath. Ganendranath did not leave behind any children. That portion has since been demolished.
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Family[ edit ] Dwarkanath Tagore , the founder of Jorasanko branch of the Tagore family had left behind three sons at the time of his death — Debendranath , Girindranath and Nagendranath.
Both Girindranath and Nagendranath died quite young. Nagendranath did not leave behind any children. His younger brother was Gunendranath. Ganendranath did not leave behind any children. That portion has since been demolished. He established the Jorasanko Natyasala, a private theatre in the household, in Calcutta now Kolkata in and staged Krishnakumari written by Michael Madhusudan Dutta that year itself.
Young Jyotirindranath had the first opportunity to act in it in the role of Ahalyadevi. Nabanatak written by Ramnarayan Tarkaratna won the first prize. He awarded the playwright Rs. He was founder-secretary of the organisation. It sought to promote patriotism as well as indigenous industry. Speaking at the inaugural session, he said, "This gathering is not for ordinary religious activity, not for attaining happiness in any matter, not for entertainment, it is for the country, the mother land.
It is a matter of great shame. Are we not human beings? One of the aims of the mela is to infuse the spirit of self-dependence in the country. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh Second ed. Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.
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Early life[ edit ] In the early s several illustrations were published in Sadhana magazine, and in Chitrangada, and other works by Rabindranath Tagore. He also illustrated his own books. About the year he took lessons from the vice-principal of the Government School of Art , studying in the traditional European academic manner, learning the full range of techniques, but with a particular interest in watercolour. At this time he began to come under the influence of Mughal art, making a number of works based on the life of Krishna in a Mughal-influenced style. After meeting E.
He founded the Indian Society of Oriental Art and was its most important artist. He was also the founder of the Bengal School of Art, which is seen as being instrumental in the advent of Indian painting as it is known today. Tagore was concerned that Western artistic styles were exerting too much influence on Indian painters, and promoted a style based instead on a modern interpretation of traditional Rajput and Moghul art. Personal Life Tagore was born in the neighborhood of Jorasanko in northern Calcutta. He was part of an important and influential family: his grandfather was the son of Dwarkanath Tagore, who was among the earliest Indian industrial entrepreneurs. He also had a considerable artistic heritage through his uncle, the poet Rabindranath Tagore, as well as through his artist grandfather and older brother.