Jamshedpur : Rich tributes were paid to ‘Gurudev’ Rabindranath Tagore on his 154th birth anniversary during three-day gala.
A ‘Prabhat Pheri’, was taken out from Rabindra Bhavan. Students, staff and the managing committee of Tagore Society participated to celebrate the birth anniversary of the genius.
The Tagore Society, Jamshedpur had lined up a three-day cultural extravaganza that concluded on May 11. “As Tagore Society, it is our responsibility to propagate the works and vast cultural heritage of the Nobel laureate.
This would be a permanent address where visitors can learn more about Tagore,” said Ashis Chowdhury, secretary of Tagore Society.
Performances on the second day of the festival on May 10 was presented by the faculty members of the Tagore School of Fine Arts.
On May 11 Tagore’s dance drama was presented. The dance drama, directed by Music Director Dr Chandana Choudhary was presented. Subhashis Bhattacharya (Kolkata) and as associate Subroto Mukherje, Anjan Basu, participated in the event.