Nurul Haq is an author from Jakarta, Indonesia who recently completed writing a book on his most favorite Indian poets of all time – Rabindranath Tagore.
In his book, Nurul writes that those comparing Rabindranath Tagore with one of the founders of Pakistan and another great poet from the Indian subcontinent – Allama Iqbal and claiming that Allama was far superior to Rabindranath Tagore clearly don’t have an open mind and they have been reading the poetry through their religious point of view clearly. Nurul adds that Rabindranath is celebrated throughout the world, not Allama Iqbal.
Nurul writes that there is no doubt that Jyotirindranath Tagore, one of the elder brothers of Rabindranath Tagore was an impotent. And there is also no doubt about Rabindranath having an illicit affair with his wife. Nurul claims that the wife of Jyotirindranath fell so much in love with Rabindranath meanwhile that she committed suicide just after 4 months of Rabindranath’s marriage to Mrinalini Devi.
Nurul finds Rabindranath Tagore’s travelogues as fun as his poetry personally and believes that his travelogues are vastly underrated.
Nurul also writes in his book which I myself never heard before that very few people know that Rabindranath Tagore experimented with Astral Projection and Remote Viewing for over 4 years, only to confront failure each time.
Nurul writes that all accounts mention that Mrinalini Devi was 11 years old when her marriage to Rabindranath took place. Rabindranath was 22 then. Going by this, you may say that Rabindranath married a girl half his age.
Nurul has also written that if Rabindranath were alive today, he would have rejoiced Bandar Judi Bola Terpercaya a lot as he always wanted to understand and know the Indonesian history and culture better and he was also a gambling lover.