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Leaves family at Shilaidaha

January, 1901
Rabindranath leaves his family at Shilaidaha and returns to Calcutta.
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Visits King of Nator

17th January, 1901
Rabindranath visits the residence of Jagadindranath Ray, the king of Nator.
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Sangit Samaj , Kolkata

19th January, 1901
Rabindranath spends time in Sangit Samaj at the rehearsal for the Maghotsav.
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71st assembly of Brahma Samaj

23rd January, 1901
Rabindranath attends the Maghotsav ceremony, the 71st assembly of the Brahma Samaj. The following six songs were composed by Rabindranath and were sung on this occasion
  • Hridayshashi hridigagane
  • Pratidin taba gatha gaba ami sumadhur
  • Tomari ragini jibankunje
  • Mahanande herogo sabe
  • He sakha mama hridaye raho
  • Pratidin ami he jibanswami
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Reads article related to condolence of Queen Victoria's death

23rd January, 1901
Rabindranath reads an article (Samrajeswari) in the evening session of the Maghotsav ceremony in condolence of Queen Victoria's death. The essay is published in the Phalgun issue of the Tattwabodhini Patrika and in the Phalgun issue of the Bharati patrika. An English translation titled 'Prayers for the Late Queen-Empress at the Adi Brahmo Samaj' of the said article is also published in the Jyaishtha issue of the Tattwabodhini Patrika. This is, perhaps, the first ever translation of any of Tagore's writings. Tattwabodhini Patrika records, "The Evening service was commenced with the following Exhortation by Baboo Rabindra Nath Tagore, which contains fervent expression of grief at the Queen Empress' death and deals with the spiritual lessons we may derive therefrom."
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Returns to Shilaidaha

25th January, 1901
Rabindranath returns to Shilaidaha.
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Jagadindranath Ray comes to Shilaidaha

15th February, 1901
Jagadindranath Ray, the king of Nator, comes to Shilaidaha as a guest and stays with the poet and his family for about a fortnight.
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Attending the guests at Shilaidaha

27th February, 1901
Attending to the guests keeps the poet busy. Rabindranath writes in a letter to Priyanath Sen: “For the last few days I have been extremely busy in extending hospitality to my guests. There is no respite from dawn to the late night--so is the case with my wife.”
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Mricchakatika

11th March, 1901
Jyotirindranath's Bengali translations of Mricchakatika of Shudraka and Mudrarakshasa of Vishakhadatta are sent to Rabindranath.
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Calcutta

14th April, 1901
Rabindranath returns to Calcutta.
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Shilaidaha

23rd April, 1901
The poet goes again to Shilaidaha.
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Bangadarshan is revived

May, 1901
Bangadarshan, the monthly journal started by Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay, is revived under the editorship of Rabindranath. The first issue comes out in May 1901.
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Comes into contact with Brahmabandhab Upadhyay

May, 1901
Rabindranath comes into contact with Brahmabandhab Upadhyay, a Roman Catholic Vedantic by faith, through their common association with Bangadarshan.
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Goes to Darjeeling on an invitation

6th May, 1901
Rabindranath goes to visit Darjeeling on an invitation from Radhakishor Manikya, the king of Tripura.
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Returns to Shilaidaha

18th May, 1901
The poet returns to Shilaidaha.
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Praparations of Madhurilata's marriage

27th May, 1901
The poets comes back to Calcutta in order to take care of the preparations of his elder daughter Madhurilata's (alias Bela) marriage.
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House-warming ceremony at Jorasanko

30th May, 1901
Establishes his own set up within the same premise of Jorasanko. The house-warming ceremony takes place under the priesthood of Hemchandra Vidyaratna.
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Madhurilata's marriage

15th June, 1901
The marriage of his elder daughter Madhurilata with Saratchandra Chakraborty, the eldest son of poet Biharilal Chakraborty, is solemnized.
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Dedicates Naibedya to Maharshi

23rd June, 1901
Naibedya, a book of poems, gets published. Maharshi Debendranath bears the expenses of publication. The book is also dedicated to Maharshi.
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Takes Rathindranath to Shilaidaha

25th June, 1901
The poet goes to Shilaidaha with Rathindranath.
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Muzaffarpore

15th July, 1901
Poet goes to Muzaffarpore to get his eldest daughter settled at her in-laws house.
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Felicitation from Bengali residents

July, 1901
Gets a felicitation from the Bengali residents of Muzaffarpore.
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Setting up a school at Santiniketan

22nd July, 1901
Goes to Santiniketan and explores the possibilities of setting up of a school at Santiniketan.
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Renuka's marriage

9th August, 1901
Marriage of the second daughter Renuka with Dr. Satyendranath Bhattacharya takes place.
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Nitindranath dies

13th September, 1901
Nitindranath Tagore, Rabindranath's nephew dies. Rabindranath takes Nitindranath's family to Santiniketan.
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English translation of 'Subha'

16th September, 1901
English translation of 'Subha' by Jyotindramohan Bagchi is published in the New India.
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Goes to Shilaidaha for financial matters

30th September, 1901
Poet goes to Shilaidaha to look after financial matters.
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Goes to Santiniketan

7th October, 1901
Returns to Santiniketan via Calcutta.
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Instrumental in securing financial support for Jagadish Chandra Bose

1901
Poet becomes instrumental in securing financial support for Jagadish Chandra Bose from the Maharaja of Tripura to enable Prof. Bose to complete his work in England.
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Returns to Calcutta with Prince Brajendrakishor

4th November, 1901
Rabindranath returns to Calcutta with Prince Brajendrakishor, who stays at Josanko till 11th November and in between visits Santiniketan with the Poet.
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Brahmacharyashram , a school at Santiniketan

22nd December, 1901
Rabindranath establishes a school, Brahmacharyashram , at Santiniketan on 7th Pausa with the consent of Maharshi . The school was built following the model of the ancient schools of India. The school started with five students (Rathindranath Tagore, Gaurgobinda Gupta, Premkumar Gupta, Ashokkumar Gupta & Sudhirchandra Nan)) and the first group of teachers comprising of Brahmabandhab Upadhyay, Laurence (an Englishman), Rewachand (a Sindhi Christian), Jagadananda Roy and Sivadhan Vidyarnava.
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Returns to Kolkata

23rd December, 1901
The poet returns to Calcutta (now Kolkata).
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17th Annual session of National Congress

29th December, 1901
Rabindranath sings at the 17th Annual session of National Congress.
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