Drishtidan By Rabindranath Tagore দৃষ্টিদান

Drishtidan By Rabindranath Tagore দৃষ্টিদান

“Drishtidan,” which translates to “The Vision” in English, is a short story by Rabindranath Tagore, the esteemed poet, novelist, and Nobel laureate in Literature. Originally written in Bengali, “Drishtidan” is one of Tagore’s many short stories that explore themes of perception, enlightenment, and the pursuit of truth.

The story revolves around the central character, a young man named Akash, who is born blind. Despite his physical disability, Akash possesses an innate curiosity and thirst for knowledge about the world around him. His desire for understanding leads him to develop a keen sense of intuition and insight into human behavior.



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