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Yogayog revolves around the ghosts and the chatterjees, who are neighbours and sworn competitors. The rivalry between these two families has existed for a long time. To extend an Olive branch, it is proposed that kumudini, the youngest daughter of the chaterjees, be married to Madhusudan Ghoshal. Kumudini has been brought up to be a submissive, pious woman. Expecting Madhusudan to be like the gods she worships, she is rudely awakened to the crassness of her husband after marriage. What will happen when kumudini decides to rebel and move out of the house? This famous family drama written by Rabindranath Tagore is a story about how a docile, but self-respecting woman challenges the social injustice meted out to her in the oppressive patriarchal society.

About the Author

One of the leading figures of Bengali literature, Rabindranath Tagore was born on May 7, 1861. He was brought up in a literary, intellectual, and social household, and began writing at an early age. The bibliography of his writing contains more than two hundred works and around two thousand two hundred songs. From poetic dramas, social plays, short stories, philosophical and critical essays, and travelogues to letters, memoirs, lyrics, drawings, and paintings, Tagore’s life was marked by uninterrupted literary and artistic creations. Rabindranath Tagore breathed his last on August 7, 1941. Many of Tagore’s stories and novels have been adapted for film and television. His works continue to be translated into many languages worldwide.
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Yogayog (Hindi)

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  • ISBN: 9789389717587
  • Author: Rabindranath Tagore
  • Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing
  • Pages: 272
  • Format: Paperback

Book Description

Yogayog revolves around the ghosts and the chatterjees, who are neighbours and sworn competitors. The rivalry between these two families has existed for a long time. To extend an Olive branch, it is proposed that kumudini, the youngest daughter of the chaterjees, be married to Madhusudan Ghoshal. Kumudini has been brought up to be a submissive, pious woman. Expecting Madhusudan to be like the gods she worships, she is rudely awakened to the crassness of her husband after marriage. What will happen when kumudini decides to rebel and move out of the house? This famous family drama written by Rabindranath Tagore is a story about how a docile, but self-respecting woman challenges the social injustice meted out to her in the oppressive patriarchal society.

About the Author

One of the leading figures of Bengali literature, Rabindranath Tagore was born on May 7, 1861. He was brought up in a literary, intellectual, and social household, and began writing at an early age. The bibliography of his writing contains more than two hundred works and around two thousand two hundred songs. From poetic dramas, social plays, short stories, philosophical and critical essays, and travelogues to letters, memoirs, lyrics, drawings, and paintings, Tagore’s life was marked by uninterrupted literary and artistic creations. Rabindranath Tagore breathed his last on August 7, 1941. Many of Tagore’s stories and novels have been adapted for film and television. His works continue to be translated into many languages worldwide.

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