Collaborative International Conference on Gandhi & Tagore organised by MAHE and Edinburgh Napier University Read more
The Scottish Centre of Tagore Studies presents the dance production ‘Aranya Amrita’ by the Dancer’s Guild Kolkata. The dance drama ‘Aranya Amrita’ is based ona legend of the Bishnoi Community of Rajasthan that dates back to 1740. Read more
18th February 2015: Medieval Indian bhakti (devotional) poetry of conversion and subversion and Tagore’s Gitanjali; continuity of a tradition by Prof Choudhuri
Prof Indra Nath Choudhuri delivered his final lecture as the Indian Council for Cultural Affairs (ICCR) Chair in Tagore Studies at Edinburgh Napier University on 18 February. Read more
May 2012: International Tagore Conference on Tagore; The Global Impact of the Writer in the Community
At the “International Tagore Conference on Tagore: The Global Impact of the Writer in the Community” at Edinburgh Napier University, representatives from Europe, Asia and America came together. Leading international Tagore scholars were keynote speakers and there was a wide variety of panels over a three day conference at Edinburgh Napier University.