This volume is the first comprehensive exploration of Rabindranath Tagore's works on education and pedagogy. It presents a valuable account of the creation of Santiniketan and Visva-Bharati, Tagore's vision of social regeneration, and his rejection of the colonial scheme; while reflecting on significant events of his life and his ideas.
The book evaluates Tagore's unique contribution to education and discusses his views on fundamental issues, such as aim, method, discipline, and medium. It reinforces for readers today the relevance of his experiments and activities in the field of education. Drawing from various sources, the book also offers bibliographic information on Tagore's writing on education.
This new edition with a new Introduction and Foreword will be of immense value to educationists, teachers, policymakers, and those interested in modern Indian history and the philosophy of education.