The series was launched on 19 November and ended on 2 April The first stories are shown in three episodes each. The series covered 13 stories in 59 episodes, each episode duration being 45 minutes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Colors Bangla launches Robi Thakurer Golpo.
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Below is a chronological list of works by Rabindranath Tagore between and Tagore wrote most of his short stories, novels, drama, poems and songs in Bengali ; later he translated some of them into English. Note that not all translations are of the same quality. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikimedia list article. General Press. India: HarperCollins Publishers. Tagore Omnibus - Volume 1. Penguin Books Limited. Plays, stories.
Suhrawardi Bangladesh Maritime History. Allied Publishers. Studies in Translation. Tagore-At Home in the World. SAGE Publications. Letters from an Expatriate in Europe. Ansuman Datta. Chattopadhyay, Ratan Kumar ed. Selections from Galpaguchchha 3 volumes. Orient Blackswan. Selected short stories. Oxford University Press, UK. Mashi and Other Stories. Selected Short Stories. Krishna Dutta and Mary Lago. Selected short stories of Rabindranath Tagore.
Macmillan, London. The Hungry Stones and other stories. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Rabindranath Tagore: An Anthology. Penguin Books India. Somnath Maitra he Runaway and Other Stories. Visva-Bharati, Calcutta. The housewarming, and other selected writings.
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Manasi Poetry. Lecture on Lord Cross's India Bill. The Rift  The Divide . The Matronly Boy  The Housewife . The Postmaster     [Stories 1] [Stories 6]. Denapaona or Dena-Paona or Dena-Paaona. The Victory  [Stories 5].
The Renunciation  [Stories 5] Outcast Sacrifice. Emancipation  [Stories 7]. The Englishmen and the Indians . The Ending  The Conclusion  . The Editor    [Stories 7]. Punishment    The Sentence  [Stories 8]. Once there was a King  [Stories 5]. Reciprocation  Gift and Return. Forbidden Entry  Trespass  The Trespass  . Judge [Stories 9]. Atonement  . Wish-fulfilment  Wishes Granted .
Malini [Drama 3]. The Trial [Drama 4]. Fertility Sacrifice Son-sacrifice . The Auspicious Vision  [Stories 1]. Raja and Rani  [Stories 1]. Saved  [Stories 1]. Folly   Thoughtlessness  A Lapse of Judgement  . Failure Fail F is for Fail [Stories 10]. My Fair Neighbour  [Stories 1]. Nastanirh or Nashtaneer or Nashtanir. The Broken Nest   [Novels 1].
Hero [Poetry 1]. Master Mashai [Stories 4] Mr. Autumn Festival [Drama 5]. The Crown [Drama 5]. Two essays on Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar printed before in Charitrapuja. Fair-Faced [Novels 6]. The King of the Dark Chamber [Drama 6]. Chitto Jetha Bhayshunyo. My Reminiscences [Memoirs 1]. The Post Office [Drama 7]. Glimpses of Bengal [Letters 1] Torn Leaves. Sadhana: The Realisation of Life [Essays 1]. The Crescent Moon 40 poems translated by Tagore [Poetry 1].
Chitra translation of Chitrangada [Drama 8].
List of works by Rabindranath Tagore