List of works by Rabindranath Tagore

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The Padma, the houseboat ("Bajra") of the Tagore family, at Shilaidaha Kuthibadi, where Tagore wrote many of his short stories and other works.

Below is a chronological list of works by Rabindranath Tagore between 1877 and 1941. Tagore wrote most of his short stories, novels, drama, poems and songs in Bengali; later he translated some of them into English.[1][2][3][4][5]

List of works[edit]

With many of Tagore's stories, there has been more than one translation by more than one translator. For instance, The Supreme Night, One Night and A Single Night are all translations of the same story. Note that not all translations are of the same quality.[6][7][8] Tagore wrote around 2,232(approximately) songs.[9] In the below list only the most notable are shown.

Works by Rabindranath Tagore
Type Year Bengali title English translation(s)
Short story 1877 Bhikarini
  • The Beggar Woman
  • The Beggar Girl
Short story 1877-1878 Korunna (or Karuna)
Poetry 1878 Kabi-Kahini
  • The Tale of the Poet
Letters 1879 Yurop Prabasir Patra
  • Letters from an expatriate in Europe[10]
  • Letters of a sojourner in Europe
  • Letters of a visitor to Europe
  • Letters of a exile in Europe
Poetry 1877 Bana-Phul
  • The Flower of the Woods
Musical drama 1881 Valmiki Pratibha
  • The Genius of Valmiki
Lecture 1881 Sangeet o Bhab
  • Music and Feeling
Poetry 1881 Bhagna Hriday
  • The Broken Heart
Poetry 1881 Sandhya Sangeet
  • Evening Songs
Poetry 1881 Prabhat Sangeet
  • Morning Songs
Drama 1881 Rudrachanda
Musical drama 1882 Kal Mrigaya
  • The Fatal Hunt
Novel 1883 Bou Thakuranir Haat
  • The Young Queen's Market
Essays 1883 Bibidha Prashanga
  • Miscellaneous Topics
Drama 1884 Nalini
Drama 1884 Prakritir Pratisodh
  • Nature's Revenge
Poetry 1884 Bhanusimha Thakurer Padabali
  • The Songs of Bhanushingho Thakur
Poetry 1884 Shaishab Sangeet
  • Poems of Childhood
Poetry 1884 Chhabi o Gan
  • Pictures and Songs
Songs 1885 Rabi Chhaya
  • The Shadow of the Sun
Essays 1885 Alochona
  • Discussions
Pamphlet 1885 Rammohan Roy
Poetry 1886 Kari o Komal
  • Sharps and Flats
Short story 1886 Ghater Katha (or Rajpathar Katha)
Novel 1887 Rajarshi
  • The Royal Sage
Essays 1888 Samalochana
  • Reviews
Musical drama 1888 Mayar Khela
  • The Play of Illusions
Drama 1889 Raja o Rani
Drama 1890 Visarjan (or Bisarjan; adaptation of Rajarshi)
Poetry 1890 Manasi
  • The Heart's Desire
  • Mental Images
Lecture 1890 Mantri Abhishek
Travelogue 1891 Europe Jatrir Diary (part I)
  • Diary of a traveller to Europe
Short story 1891[14] Byabadhan (or Byabodhan)
Short story 1891 (probably)[14] Khata
Short story 1891[14] Ginni
Short story 1891[14] Khokababur Pratyabartan
Short story 1891[14] Post Master
Short story 1891[14] Denapaona (or Dena-Paona or Dena-Paaona)
Short story 1891[14] Taraprasanner Kirti
  • Taraprasanna's Achievement[11]
  • Taraprasanna's Fame[14]
  • Taraprasanna's Masterpiece[14]
Short story 1891-1892[14] Sampatti Samarpan
Short story 1892 Daliya
  • Dalia
Short story 1892 Ekti Ashare Golpo (or Ekta Asharhe Galpa or Tasher Desh)
Short story 1892[14] Svarnamrig (or Swarnamriga)
Short story 1892[14] Kabuliwallah
Short story (ghost story) 1892 Jibita o Mrita
Short story 1892[14] Ek Ratri
Short story (ghost story) 1892[14] Kankal (or Konkaal)
Short story 1892 Joy Parajay (or Joy Porajoy)
Short story 1892 Subha (or Shuvashini)
Short story 1892 Tyaga (or Tyag or 'Tyaag)
Short story 1892-1893[14] Chuti (or Chhuti)
Drama 1892 Goray Galad (or Goday Galad)
  • Wrong at the Start
Drama 1892 Chitrangada
Travelogue 1893 Europe Jatrir Diary (part II)
  • Diary of a traveller to Europe
Lecture 1893 Ingrej o Bharatbashi
  • The Englishmen and the Indians[18]
Short story 1893[19] Shamapti (or Samapti)
Short story 1893[14] Sampadak
Short story 1893 Samasya Paran (or Samasyapuran)
Short story 1893[14] Shasti (or Sasti)
Short story 1893 Asambhava Katha (or Asombhob Katha)
Short story 1893 Daan Pratidan (or Danprotidan or Daan-Pratidaan)
  • Reciprocation[11]
  • Gift and Return
Short story 1893 Madhyabartini
  • The Intervening Woman[11]
  • The Girl Between[15]
  • The In-between Girl
Songs 1893 Ganer Bahi o Valmiki Pratibha
  • Collection of songs incorporating Valmiki Pratibha
Short story 1894[14] Anadhikar Prabes
Short story (ghost story) 1894[14] Nisithe (or Nishithe)
Short story 1894 Bicharok (or Bicarak)
Short story 1894 Prayascitta (or Prayashchitta or Prayaschita)
Dance drama 1894 Biday Abhshap
  • Farewell Curse
Poetry 1895 Sonar Tari
  • The Golden Boat
Nursery rhymes 1895 Chhele-bhulano Chhara
Short story (ghost story) 1895[14] Kshudhita Pashaan (or Ksudita Pasan or Khudito Pashan)
Short story 1895[14] Didi
Short story 1895[14] Manbhanjan
Short story 1895[14] Atithi
Short story 1895[14] Thakurda
Short story 1895[14] Apad (or Aapad, or Apada)
Short story 1895[14] Icchapuran (or Ichchhapuran)
Drama 1896 Malini
Poetry 1896 Chitra
Poetry 1896 Chaitali
Poem 1896 Nadi
  • River
Text book 1896 Sanskrita Siksha (part I and II)
Essays 1897 Pancha Bhut
  • Five Elements
Drama 1897 Baikunther Khata
  • Manuscripts of Baikuntha
Drama 1897 Laksmirpariksa
Short story 1898 Adhyapak (or Adhayapok)
  • Professor
Short story 1898 Detective
  • The Detective
Short story (ghost story) 1898 Manihara (or Monihara)
Short story (ghost story) 1898[14] Durasa (or Durasha)
Short story 1898 Rajtika
Short story 1898[14] Putrayajna
  • Fertility Sacrifice
  • Son-sacrifice[14]
Short story 1898-1899[14] Dristidan (or Drishtidan)
Poetry 1899 Kanika
  • A collection of short poems and epigrams
Short story 1900 Subhadristi
Short story 1900 Sadar o Andar
Short story 1900 Uddhar
Short story 1900[14] Durbuddhi
Short story 1900
Short story 1900 Pratibesini (or Protibeshini)
Drama 1900 Kahini
  • Tales
Poetry 1900 Kshanika
  • The Fleeting One
Poetry 1900 Kalpana
  • Imagination
Songs 1900 Katha
  • Stories
Essay 1900 Brahma Upanishad
  • A religious essay
Essay 1901 Aupanishad Brahma
  • A religious essay
Essay 1901 Brahma-mantra
  • A religious essay
Novella 1901 Nastanirh (or Nashtaneer or Nashtanir)
Novella 1901 Chokher Bali
Poetry 1901 Naibedya
  • Offerings
Text book 1901 Bangla Kriyapader Taalika
  • List of Bengali verbs
Poetry 1903 Shishu
  • Child
Poem 1903 Birpurush
Short story 1903 Darpaharan (or Darpa Haran)
  • Pride Surrendered
Short story 1903 Karmaphal (or Kormo Fol)
  • Nemesis
Novel 1904 Chirakumar Sabha (or Cira Kuma Sabha; later published as Prajapatir Nirbandha)
  • The Bachelor's Club
Text book 1904 Ingraji Sopan (Part I)
Song 1905 Amar Sonar Bangla
  • My Golden Bengal
Song 1905 Ekla Chalo Re
  • If no one responds to your call, then go your own way alone
Songs 1905 Baul
Essays 1905 Atmasakti
  • Collection of political essays and lectures
Novel 1906 Noukadubi (or Nauka Dubi)
Poetry 1906 Kheya
  • Ferry
Essays 1906 Bharatbarsha
  • India (collection of political essays and lectures)
Essay 1906 Deshnayak
  • Political essay
Essay 1906 Rajbhakti
  • Political essay
Text book 1906 Ingraji Sopan (Part II)
Short story 1907 Gupta Dhon (or Guptadhan)
Short story 1907 Master Moshayi (also Mastermoshai or Master Mashai)
Essays 1907 Sahitya
  • Literature
Essays 1907 Prachin Sahitya
  • Ancient Literature
Essays 1907 Adhunik Sahitya
  • Modern Literature
Essays 1907 Loka Sahitya
  • Literature of the People
Essays 1907 Bichitra Prabandha
Essays 1907 Charitrapuja
  • Tributes to Great Lives
Sketches 1907 Hasya-Kautuk
Sketches 1907 Byanga-Kautuk
Essays 1908 Raja Praja
  • The King and his Subjects (collection of political essays)
Essays 1908 Samuha
  • Collection of political essays
Essays 1908 Swadesh
  • My Country (collection of political and sociological essays)
Essays 1908 Swamaj
  • Society
Essay 1908 Path o Patheya
  • Ends and Means
Drama 1908 Sharadotsab (or Sharadotsav)
Drama 1908 Mukut
Songs 1908 Gan
Songs 1909 Brahma Sangeet
Songs 1909 Dharma Sangeet
Essays 1909 Dharma
Essays 1909 Vidyasagar-charit
Essays 1909 Sabdatattwa
Drama 1909 Prayschitta
  • Penance
Poetry 1909 Chayanika
  • An anthology of poems
Novel 1909 Gora
Short story 1910 Rasmanir Chhele
Drama 1910 Raja
Poetry 1910 Gitanjali
Poem 1910 Chitto Jetha Bhayshunyo
  • Where the Mind is Without Fear
Song 1911 Bharot Bhagyo Bidhata (includes Jana Gana Mana)
  • Dispenser of the Destiny of India
Memoirs 1911 Jivan Smriti
Drama 1912 Dak Ghar
Drama 1912 Achalayatan
  • The Immovable
Poetry 1912
  • Gitanjali (Song Offerings) (103 poems translated by Tagore from Gitanjali (51), Gitimalya (17), Naivedya (16), Kheya (11), Sishu (3), Chaitali (1), Smaran (1), Kalpana (1), Utsarga (1), Achalayatana (1))[Poetry 2]
Letters 1912 Chhinnapatra
Essay 1912 Dharmasiksha
Essay 1912 Dharmer Adhikar
Text book 1912 Patha Sanchay
Essays 1913
Poetry 1913
  • The Gardener (poems translated by Tagore from Kshanika, Kalpana, Sonar Tari, Chaitali, Utsarga, Chitra, Manasi, Mayar Khela, Khaya, Kari o Kamal, Gitali and Saradotsav)[Poetry 3]
Poetry 1913
  • The Crescent Moon (40 poems translated by Tagore)[Poetry 1]
Drama 1913
Dance drama 1914 Chitra
Poetry 1914 Gitimalya
  • A Garland of Songs
Poetry 1914 Gitali
Poetry 1914 Utsarga
  • Dedication
Short story 1914 Boshtomi (or Bostomi)
Short story 1914 Haimanti
Short story 1914 Shesher Ratri
Short story 1914 Strir Patra (or Streer Patra)
Translation 1915
Poetry and drama 1915 Kavyagrantha
  • Ten volumes
1915 Bichitra Path
  • Selection for the use of students
Short story 1916 Aparichita (or Aparichita)
Poetry 1916 Balaka
  • The Flight of Cranes
  • A Flight of Swans
  • Wild Geese
  • The Swan
Poetry 1916
  • Fruit-Gathering (poems translated by Tagore from Gitali, Gitimalya, Balaka, Utsarga, Katha, Kheya, Smarana, Chitra etc.)[Poetry 4]
Poetry 1916
Novel 1916 Chaturanga
Novel 1916 Ghare Baire
Drama 1916 Phalguni
Essays 1916 Sanchaya
Lecture 1916
Short story 1917 Patra o Patri
  • In Quest of a Bride[11]
  • Bride and Bridegroom[15]
Short story 1917 Tapaswini (or Taposwini)
  • The Austere Woman[11]
  • The Austere Wife[15]
Lecture 1917 Kartar Ichchhay Karma
  • As the Master Wills
Lectures 1917
  • Personality (lectures delivered in America)[Essays 2]
Text book 1917 Anubad-charcha
Short story 1918[19] Tota Kahini
Short story 1918 Ghoda (or Ghora)
Short story 1918 Kartar Bhut
Poetry 1918 Palataka
  • The Runaway (stories in verse)
Poetry 1918
Poetry 1918
  • Lover's Gift[Poetry 7] (from Naivedya, Kheya, Gitanjali, Gitimalya and Gitali)
Drama 1918 Guru
  • Stage version of Achalayatan
Essays 1918
  • Nationalism (in the West, Japan and India)[Essays 3]
Essay 1919
Travelogue 1919 Japan Jatri
  • Travel in Japan
Short story 1920 Poila Nombor (or Poila Nambar or Payla Nambar)
Drama 1920 Arupratan
  • Stage version of Raja
Drama 1921 Rinsodh
  • Stage version of Saradotsav
Short story 1921 Notun Potul
Short story 1921 Bhul Swarga
Poetry 1921
Essays 1921
Lectures 1921
Lecture 1921 Sikshar Milan
  • Meeting of Cultures
Lecture 1921 Satyer Ahovaan
  • Call of Truth
Dance drama 1921 Barsa-mangal
  • Rain Festival
  • Welcome to the Rains
Poetry 1922 Lipika
Poetry 1922 Sishu Bholanath
Drama 1922 Muktadhara
Lectures 1922
Musical drama 1923 Boshonto
  • Spring
Drama 1923 Bisharjan
Drama 1924 Rakta Karabi (or Raktakaravi)
Essay 1925
Poetry 1925 Purabi
Poetry 1925 Sankalan
Drama 1925 Griha Prabesh
Musical drama 1925 Sesh Barshan
  • The Last Shower
Songs 1926 Prabahini
Poetry (epigrams) 1926 Lekhon
Comedy 1926 Sodh Bodh
  • All Square
Drama 1926 Chirakumar Sabha
  • Stage version of Prajapatir Nirbandha
Dance drama 1926 Natir Puja
  • The Dancing Girl's Worship
Dance drama 1926 Nataraj
  • The King of Dance
Dance drama 1927 Riturangashala
  • The Play of the Seasons
Drama 1926-1929 Shesh Raksha (or Sesh Raksha)
  • Stage version of Goray Galad (The Last-Ditch Dave or Saved at Last)
Travelogue 1927 Java Jatrir Patra
  • Letters from Java
Short story 1928[19] Shangskar (or Sanskar)
Short story 1928 Bolai
Lecture 1928 Palliprakriti
  • On the anniversary of Sriniketan
Short story 1929 Chitrakar (or Chitrokor)
  • The Artist
Novel 1929 Jogajog (or Yogayog)
Novel 1929 Shesher Kobita
  • Farewell Song[Novels 9]
  • Farewell, My Friend
  • The Last Poem
Drama 1929 Paritan
  • Stage version of Prayaschitta
Drama 1929 Tapati
Poetry 1929 Mahua
Poetry 1929
Travelogue 1929 Ratri
  • Traveller
Lecture 1929
  • The Philosophy of Leisure
Text book 1930 Sahaj Path (parts I & II)
Text book 1930 Ingreji Sahaj Siksha (parts I & II)
Text book 1930 Patha Parichay (parts II -IV)
Dance drama 1931 Shap Mochan
Drama 1931 Nabeen
Poetry 1931 Banabani
Lectures 1931 Manusher Dhormo
Songs 1931-1932 Gitabitan (sorted chronologically)
  • Garden of Songs
Travelogue 1931 Russiar Chithi (or Rashiar Chithi)
Travelogue 1932 Parashya Jatri
  • Journey to Persia
Film 1932 Natir Puja (a recording of the 1926 stage dance-drama)
  • The Dancing Girl's Worship
Drama 1932 Kaler Jatra
Poetry 1932 Parisesh
Poetry 1932 Punascha
Lecture 1932
Short story 1933 Choraidhon (or Chorai Dhan)
  • The Stolen Treasure
Dance drama 1933 Tasher Desh
  • Land of Cards (based on the 1892 short story Ekti Ashare Golpo)
  • Kingdom of Cards
Drama 1933 Bansari
  • The Flute
Drama 1933 Chandalika
  • The Untouchable Woman
Novel 1933 Dui Bon
Novel 1934 Malancha
Novel 1934 Char Adhyay (or Char Odhay)
Songs 1934 Sraban Gatha
Poetry 1934 or 1935 Bithika
  • Avenue
Poetry 1935 Shes Saptak
Poetry 1935 or 193 Patraput
Poetry 1936 Shyamali
Dance drama 1936 Chitrangada
Songs 1936 Swarabitan (64 volumes until 1955; with musical scores)
Essays 1936 Chhanda
Poetry 1937 Khapchhara
Poetry 1937 Chharar Chhobi
Essays 1937 Visva-Parichay
Essays 1937 Kalantar
Article 1937 Biswaparichay
Poetry 1938 Senjuti
Poetry 1938 Prantik
Dance drama 1938 Chandalika
Dance drama 1939 Shyama
Poetry 1939 Prahasini
  • The Smiling One
Poetry 1939 Akash Pradip
Poetry 1940 Nabajatak
  • The Newly Born
Poetry 1940 Sanai
  • The Pipe
Memoirs 1940 Chhelebela
  • My Boyhood Days
Paintings 1940 Chitralipi
Short story 1940-1941 Laboratory
Short story 1940-1941 Robibar (or Rabibar)
Short story 1940-1941 Shesh Katha
  • The Epilogue[11]
  • The Final Word
Poetry 1940-1941 Rogshajyay
  • From the Sick Bed
Poetry 1941 Arogyo
  • Recovery
Short story 1941 Badnaam (also Badnam or Bodnam)
  • Ill-repute
Short story 1941 Musulman Golpo (or Musolmanir Galpo or Mussalmanir Galpa)
Short story 1941 Bado Khabar
Songs 1941 Gitabitan (revised; sorted by theme)
  • Garden of Songs
Essay 1941 Sabhyatar Sankat
Poetry 1941 Janmadine
  • Birthday
Poetry 1941 Shesh Lekha
  • Last Writings
Dance drama Rituranga
Dance drama Prakritir Protoso
Drama Arup Ratan
Drama Chirakumar Sabha
Drama Sanyasi
Drama
Drama
Lectures
Poetry Mahuya
Short story Dhan ki Bhent
Short story Dristi (or Drishti)
Short story Epher Baluarte
Short story Haldargoshthi
Short story Idurer Bhoj
Short story Jajneshwarer Jajna
  • Jajneshwar's Offering[11]
Short story Jogesworer Jogyo
Short story Kadambini
Short story Mahamaya (or Sudha Mahamaya)
  • Mahamaya
Short story Malyadan (or Malyadaan)
  • The Wedding Garland[11][12]
  • The Garlanding
  • Exchange of Garlands
Short story Manager Babu
Short story Master Ji
  • Master Ji or Master Zi
Short story Megha o Raudra (or Megh O Roudra)
  • Cloud and Sunshine[11]
  • Clouds and Sunshine
Short story Muktir Upaay
  • Means of Freedom[11]
Short story Namanjur Galpo (or Namanjur Galpo)
  • An Unapproved Story[11]
  • The Unapproved Story[12]
  • The Rejected Story[15]
Short story Pragatisanghar
  • Throttling Progress
Short story Pratihimsa (or Pratihinsa)
  • Retaliation[11]
  • Revenge
Short story Ramakanaier Nirbudhwita (or Ramkanaiyer Nirbuddhita)
Short story Tucch Bheet
Short story Yagneswarer Yagna
  • Yagneswar's Ceremony
Short story
Short story
Short story
  • The Middle One

Collections of Short Stories[edit]

Type Year Bengali title English translation(s)
Short Stories 1894 Chhoto Galpo
  • Collection of fifteen short stories
Short Stories 1894 Katha-Chatustaya
  • Collection of four short stories
Short Stories 1894 Vichitra Galpa (Parts I & II)
Short Stories 1895 Galpa-Dasak
  • Collection of ten short stories
Short stories 1898 or 1899 Katha o Kahini
  • Lores and Legends
Short stories 1900 Galpoguchha (or Galpo-guchchha)
  • A Bouquet of Stories
Short stories 1901 Galpa
  • Stories (part II of Galpoguchha)
Short stories 1911 Aatti Galpa
  • Collection of eight short stories
Short stories 1912 Galpa Chaariti
  • Collection of four short stories
Short Stories 1913
  • Glimpses of Bengal. Includes 13 stories: The Fruit-Seller, The School Closes, A Resolve Accomplished, The Dumb Girl, The Wandering Guest, The Look Auspicious, A Study in Anatomy, The Landing Stairway, The Sentence, The Expiation, The Golden Mirage, The Trespass, The Hungry Stone.
Short Stories 1916
  • The Hungry Stones and other stories. Includes 13 stories: The Hungry Stones, The Victory, Once There Was a King, The Home-Coming, My Lord, The Baby, The Kingdom of Cards, The Devotee, Vision, The Babus of Nayanjore, Living or Dead?, "We Crown Thee King", The Renunciation, The Cabuliwallah)[Stories 5]
Short Stories 1918
  • Mashi and Other Stories. Includes 14 stories: Mashi, The Skeleton, The Auspicious Vision, The Supreme Night, Raja and Rani, The Trust Property, The Riddle solved, The Elder Sister, Subha, The Postmaster, The River Stairs, The Castaway, Saved, My Fair Neighbour.[Stories 1]
Short Stories 1918
  • Stories from Tagore. Includes 10 stories: The Cabuliwallah, The Home-Coming, Once there was a King, The Child's Return, Master Mashai, Subha, The Postmaster, The Castaway, The Son of Rashmani, The Babus of Nayanjore.[Stories 4]
Short Stories 1925
  • Broken Ties and Other Stories. Includes the novel Broken Ties (Chaturanga) and 6 stories: In the Night, The Fugitive Gold, The Editor, Giribala, The Lost Jewels, Emancipation.[Stories 7]
Children's stories 1937 Shay
  • He
Short stories 1940 Tin Sangi
  • Three Stories (Laboratory, Rabibar, Shesh Katha)
Children's stories 1941 Galpo Salpa
Short stories 1944
  • The Parrot’s Training and Other Stories Includes 4 stories The Parrot’s Training, The Trial of the Horse, Old Man’s Ghost, Great News.[Stories 14]
Short stories 1959
  • The Runaway and Other Stories.[23] Translated by Somnath Maitra.
Short stories 1965
  • The Housewarming and Other Selected Writings. Translated by Mary Lago, Amiya Chakravarty and Tarun Gupta.[24]
Short stories 1991
  • Selected Short Stories. Translated by William Radice; includes 30 stories from the 1890s: The Living and the Dead, The Postmaster, Profit and Loss, Housewife, Little Master's Return, The Divide, Taraprasanna's Fame, Wealth Surrendered, Skeleton, A Single Night, Fool's Gold, Holiday, Kabuliwallah, The Editor, Punishment, A Problem Solved, Exercise-Book, Forbidden Entry, In the Middle of the Night, Unwanted, Elder Sister, Fury Appeased, Thakurda, Guest, Wishes Granted, False Hope, Son-sacrifice, The Hungry Stones, Thoughtlessness, The Gift of Sight.[Stories 6]
Short stories 1991
  • Selected Stories[15] Translated by Krishna Dutta and Mary Lago; includes 14 stories: The Girl Between, The Broken Nest, The Atonement, The Punishment, The Notebook, The Postmaster, The Return of Khokababu, The Conclusion, The Nuisance, A Lapse of Judgment, Rashmoni’s Son, The Austere Wife, Bride and Bridegroom, The Rejected Story.
Short stories 2005
  • The Hidden Treasure & Other Stories[21] Includes 8 stories: The Hidden Treasure, Cloud and Sun, Mahamaya, The Conclusion, The Parrot’s Training, The Trial of the Horse, Old Man’s Ghost and Great News.
Short stories 2005
  • Selected Short Stories.[12] Various translators; ed. Sukanta Chaudhuri; includes 26 stories: The Ghat's Story, Ramkanai's Folly, The Exercise-Book, Inheritance, A Single Night, A Fanciful Story, The Living and the Dead, The Golden Deer, Kabuliwala, Subha, Punishment, Trespass, Grandfather, Hungry Stone, The Visitor, The Royal Mark, Folly, The Wedding Garland, The Haldar Family, The Wife's Letter, Woman Unknown, House Number One, The Unapproved Story, Balai, The Laboratory, The Story of a Mussalmani.
Short stories 2010
  • Selections from Galpaguchchha (3 volumes; translated by Ratan Kumar Chattopadhyay)[11] Includes 61 stories:
  • Volume 1: The Postmaster, Return of the Little Master, Chhuti, the Visitor, The Exercise Book, The Pedlar from Kabul, The Living and the Dead, The Golden Deer, A Bequest of Property, Trespass, Punishment, Means of Freedom, The Austere Woman, The Silent Girl, A Single Night, Jajneshwar's Offering, Taraprasanna's Achievement, A Tale of Fantasy, Forlorn Hope, Broken Nest.
  • Volume 2: Cloud and Sunshine, The Ghat's Story, The Matrimonial Deal, Ramkanai's Folly, Grandfather, Nuisance, The Matronly Boy, The Skeleton, Folly, Wish-fulfilment, The Rift, Reciprocation, Retaliation, Resentment Appeased, The Wedding Garland, The Intervening Woman, The Haldar Family, Rasmani's Son, Fertility Sacrifice, Nature's Child, Woman Bereft of Jewels, The Ending.
  • Volume 3: Hungry Stones, Hidden Treasure, The Editor, The Gift of Sight, Elder Sister, At Dead of Night, A Problem Solved, Atonement, The Inscrutable Woman, The Royal Mark, The Wife's Letter, An Unapproved Story, House Number One, In Quest of a Bride, The Laboratory, Throttling Progress, Sunday, The Story of a Muslim Woman, The Epilogue.

Texts[edit]

Online texts in English[edit]

Stories
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Mashi and Other Stories (1918) at Project Gutenberg
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Tagore, Rabindranath (2017). The Collected Works of Rabindranath Tagore (Illustrated Edition). General Press. ISBN 978-81-8032-079-8.
  3. ^ Bhattacharya, Sipra (2009). Return Of Khokababu: The Best Of Tagore. India: HarperCollins Publishers. ISBN 978-93-5029-493-2.
  4. ^ a b c d Stories from Tagore (1918) at Project Gutenberg
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n The Hungry Stones (1916) at Project Gutenberg
  6. ^ a b c d Tagore, Rabindranath (2005-09-01), Selected Short Stories (1991), ISBN 9780141962207
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h Broken Ties and Other Stories (1925), Wikilivres.ca
  8. ^ Sentence (1893 short story), Parabaas
  9. ^ The Judge (1894 short story), Parabaas
  10. ^ F is for Fail (short story), Parabaas
  11. ^ Hidden treasure (1907 short story), YouthaffairZ
  12. ^ A Wife's Letter (1914 short story), Parabaas
  13. ^ Aparichita (1916 short story) (PDF), Manushi-india.org
  14. ^ a b c d e The Parrot's Training and Other Stories (1944), Internet Archive, 1944
  15. ^ New Doll (1921 short story), Parabaas
  16. ^ The Wrong Heaven (1921 short story), Parabaas
  17. ^ The Patriot (1928 short story), Tagoreweb
  18. ^ Ritual and Reform (1928 short story), Tagore's Ebook
  19. ^ Bolai (1928 short story), Parabaas
  20. ^ The Story of a Muslim Woman (1941 short story), Parabaas
Novels
  1. ^ Tagore, Rabindranath (2016-08-15), Nashtaneer - The Broken Nest (1901 novel), ISBN 9788184002454
  2. ^ Tagore, Rabindranath (2003-09-24), Chokher Bali (1901 novel), ISBN 9788184758405
  3. ^ a b c d e Rabindranath Tagore (2005). Tagore Omnibus - Volume 1. Penguin Books Limited. ISBN 978-81-8475-112-3.
  4. ^ The Wreck (1906), Internet Archive, 1921
  5. ^ Tagore, Rabindranath (2017-03-15), Boat Accident (1906 novel), ISBN 9789352618781
  6. ^ Tagore, Rabindranath (2006), Gora (1909 novel), ISBN 9788126018017
  7. ^ Tagore, Rabindranath (2006), Chaturanga (1916 novel), ISBN 9788172014001
  8. ^ The Home and the World (1916 novel) at Project Gutenberg
  9. ^ Tagore, Rabindranath (May 2011), Farewell Song (1929 novel), ISBN 9780143414032
  10. ^ Tagore, Rabindranath (2016-08-15), Dui Bon - The Two Sisters (1933 novel), ISBN 9788184002454
  11. ^ Tagore, Rabindranath (2016-08-15), Malancha - The Arbour (1934 novel), ISBN 9788184002454
  12. ^ Four Chapters (1934 novel), Internet Archive, 1937
Poetry
Drama
Essays
Lectures
Letters
Memoirs
Translations
Travelogue
  1. ^ Letters from Russia (1931 travelogue), Digital Library of India

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References[edit]

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  10. ^ Rabindranath Tagore (2013). Letters from an Expatriate in Europe. Ansuman Datta. ISBN 978-93-5126-592-4.
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  18. ^ Khan, Jalal Uddin (2015). Readings in Oriental Literature: Arabian, Indian, and Islamic. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. p. 221. ISBN 978-1-4438-7516-5.
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  20. ^ Ghosh, Amitav (2008). The Imam & the Indian. Penguin Books India. ISBN 978-0-14-306873-0.
  21. ^ a b Rabindranath Tagore (2002). The Hidden Treasure & Other Stories. Rupa & Company. ISBN 978-81-7167-846-4.
  22. ^ Foundation, Poetry (2020-07-08). "Rabindranath Tagore". Poetry Foundation. Retrieved 2020-07-09.
  23. ^ Tagore, Rabindranath (1959). (tr. Somnath Maitra) he Runaway and Other Stories. Visva-Bharati, Calcutta.
  24. ^ Mary Lago, Tarun Gupta, Amiya Chakravarty (1965). The housewarming, and other selected writings.

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