Rabindranath Tagore Jayanti celebrates the birthday of Tagore, one of India's noblest children. He is universally presumed as India's first Nobel Prize victor, a progressive mastermind and thinker, a committed educationist and a performer second to none. Born in the place where he grew up of Kolkata on the seventh of May, in 1861, he has been given the designation of Gurudev, an impression of the high regard he is held in by thousands everywhere throughout the nation.
The festival, now a particular piece of the city's social character, is a stage for growing artistes and is set apart by ious social shows and exhibitions all through Kolkata and different parts of West Bengal. Exhibitions of Rabeendra Sangeet, the class of music created by Tagore that consolidates established music and Bengali people music, is an essential component of the celebration. Artistes are tried, stretched out support to and celebrated on this event.