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  • JPG18811923British writer, teacher at Shantiniketan and translator of Tagore Mashi (1916, translation of Tagore's story) Shantiniketan; the Bolpur School of Rabindranath
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  • Biographical Study (1915) by Ernest Percival Rhys (transcription project) Shantiniketan; the Bolpur School of Rabindranath Tagore (1916) by William Winstanley
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  • Title Shantiniketan; the Bolpur School of Rabindranath Tagore Author William Winstanley Pearson Illustrator Mukul Chandra Dey Year 1917 Publisher Macmillan
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  • to study law, but soon returned. In 1901 he established the famous Shantiniketan, or abode of peace, at Bolpur, a village 93 m. from Calcutta. Originally
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  • shattered, then he will feel that at last the time has come to sever once and for all the British connexion. Shantiniketan, May, 1922. C. F. ANDREWS.
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  • the Mission atmosphere and left it for good. After a short stay at Shantiniketan (Poet Tagore's Residential University) and then at Gandhiji's Ashram
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  • volume with his name. I am greatly indebted to Mr. C. F. Andrews of Shantiniketan for reading the proofs and making many valuable suggestions. My thanks
    342 KB (60,720 words) - 20:29, 2 May 2013