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Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore

Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore

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    Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore                                                   – Rabindranath Tagore

Q.1.What is the nature of the soul?

Ans. The soul is another  term for existence . It is real. It means awareness of pure consciousness. It remains untouched by time ,space  and causation. States of mind do not affect at man. It is not subject to modification. It is ever itself.

Q.2.‘Tagore uses images from Indian Mythology and the world of nature to express his  longing for reunion with God”. Explain.

Ans. There is a myth that God causes deaths and  births of human  beings with his own will and pleasure again and again . He carries  the people high and low and makes them sing the  desired tunes ,. Man seeks boundless joy when he is  touched by God’s  hand . God   ever showers his blessings on man . Man longs to bow with  awe  at God’s feet as the  heavy rain clouds touch the earth . He wishes  to sing different tunes in  honour of God out of devotion . He  loves  to end his journey in the  eternal home  as the  cranes  desire to return to their mountain nests at night.

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Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore

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Q.‘Tagore uses images from Indian Mythology and the world of nature to express his  longing for reunion with God”. Explain.

Ans. There is a myth that God causes deaths and  births of human  beings with his own will and pleasure again and again . He carries  the people high and low and makes them sing the  desired tunes ,. Man seeks boundless joy when he is  touched by God’s  hand . God   ever showers his blessings on man . Man longs to bow with  awe  at God’s feet as the  heavy rain clouds touch the earth . He wishes  to sing different tunes in  honour of God out of devotion . He  loves  to end his journey in the  eternal home  as the  cranes  desire to return to their mountain nests at night.