like his brother Jyotirindranath, a matured Rabindranath was attracted to French culture and heritage at Chandernagore.
Chinsurah and Chandernagore, have constantly engrossed members from the Tagore household since the 1820s till the 1930s
His songs bore the marks of his appreciation for the Hindustani classical music. It was particularly explicit when he described the ragas in a romantic vain.
Film adaptations of Tagore’s works have also made their mark on the Irish mind. A review of the film Charulata while applauding the heroine Madhavi Mukherjee, concludes, that it is ‘a drama that’s fit to burst with political and colonial discourse, class, protofeminist values, music, poetry, and most of all, love. All life is here.’