Rabindranath Tagore, one of the great writers of the century and indisputably one of the most towering figures the whole range of Indian literature, achieved world renown when he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, in 1913 for his famous work Gitanjali. As a man of letters, musician, novelist, painter, educationist, social reformer, actor, patriot and above all a humanitarian his contributions have enriched the intellectual and cultural life of most of the countries all the world over.
The book encompasses in its scope an analytical study of Tagore's literary concepts particularly Man, Woman, Love and Beauty. In most of his works especially in non-fictional and fictional works he dwelt upon these topics, as they are the core of his philosophy.
The study, which is the first of its kind, will be of interest not only to students of literature but also to lovers of literary pursuits.