BROOKSIDE BUNGALOW RENAMED RABINDRANATH ART GALLERY

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From: The Hindustan Times
Date: 20071129
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SHILLONG, Nov 29 -- The Brookside bungalow, where Rabindranath Tagore stayed during his visit to Shillong in October 1919, has been renamed as the Rabindranath Art Gallery by the Meghalaya Government.The State Government through a notification issued on Monday renamed the Brookside bungalow near Rilbong here as the Rabindranath Art Gallery. With the notification, the bungalow is poised to become a centre for promotion of art and literature. Tagore during his stay at Shillong penned the classic Shesher Kobita (farewell song) at ...

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