"Since my student life, I was deeply involved in the poetic world of Gurudev Rabindranath. I read and re-read his poems and discovered not a man, but a saint in him. Gitanjali is not just a collection of poems to me. It is an Upanishad for the modern times," Tripathi today said after the release of the CDs at the Kolkata Press Club today.
This album contains recitation of Hindi Translation of 157 poems of "Gitanjali" by Tripathi.
Tagore breathed his last on August 7, 1941.
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