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Rabindranath composes songs for Brahmo Conclave

21st January, 1886
Brahmo Conclave of the three groups (samaj) is held. Five songs are sung for this occasion. Out of those five songs, two are composed by Rabindranath.
  • Ekbar tora ma boliya daak
  • Pitar duyare danraia
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Rabindranath composes songs for morning session of Maghotsav

23rd January, 1886
In the morning session of Maghotsav eleven songs are sung. Out of those eleven songs, nine are composed by Rabindranath.
  • Shantisamudra tumi
  • Nishi-din chahorey
  • Dakichho suni jaginu
  • Andhajane deho alo
  • Heri taba bimal
  • Ami deen ati deen
  • Sunechhe tomar naam
  • Peyechhi abhayapada
  • Mitila sab kshudha
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Rabindranath composes songs for evening session of Maghotsav

23rd January, 1886
In the evening session of Maghotsav, total sixteen songs are sung. Out of those sixteen songs, thirteen are composed by Rabindranath.
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Major revision of Valmiki Pratibha

20th February, 1886
Rabindranath drastically revises the musical play Valmiki Pratibha written earlier. The new version is staged to raise funds for Adi Brahmo Samaj. Rabindranath of course plays Valmiki. He also writes eighteen new songs for the play.
  • Sahe na sahe na kandey
  • Oi megha karey bujhi gaganey
  • Mori o kahar bachha
  • Ki doshey bandhiley
  • Chhadba na bhai chhadba na bhai
  • Raja maharaja ke janey
  • Achhe tomar bidye-saddhi jana
  • Ah kaaj ki golmaley
  • Aho aspardha eki
  • Ai ma amar sathe
  • Kothai Jurate achhe
  • Keno raja dakis keno
  • Bolbo ki aar bolbo
  • Rakh rakh phel dhanu
  • Dekh dekh duto pakhi
  • Nami nami Bharati
  • Shyama, ebar chhere cholechhi Ma
  • Bani, veenapani karunamoyee
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Balak magazine stops

April, 1886
Balak magazine ceases publication in April,1886. It will later merge with the Bharati magazine and resume publication as Bharati o Balak.
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Rajarshi

5th May, 1886
Eager to finish this unfinished novel now, Rabindranath writes to friend Maharaja Virchandra Manikya of Tripura, asking for historical information.
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Death of Akshayakumar Dutta

28th May, 1886
Rationalist and notable essayist Akshayakumar Dutta dies.
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Maharaja Virchandra Manikya on Rajarshi

31st May, 1886
Maharaja Virchandra Manikya writes back to Rabindranath saying he'll make all possible efforts to fulfill his need for historical data for historical information Rajarshi.
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Bharati o Balak

May, 1886
The new magazine, Bharati o Balak, makes its debut.
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Maharshi Debendranath ailing in Bombay

June, 1886
Rabindranath travels to Bandra (in Bombay, now Mumbai) to be with ailing Maharshi Debendranath who is living there. There he writes poems like Hasi, Ratri, Samudra etc.
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Rabindranath visits Nasik

August, 1886
Maharshi recovers somewhat, and returns to Chunchura in Bengal probably around the middle of July.
Rabindranath goes to Nasik to stay with Satyendranath for some time. He returns to Kolkata in August.
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Pratibha's marriage

14th August, 1886
Rabindranath's niece Pratibha (daughter of late Hemendranath) marries Asutosh Chowdhury, a barrister.
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Asutosh Chowdhury's help with Kadi o Komal

September, 1886
Asutosh Chowdhury assists Rabindranath in organising and editing the poems of Kadi o Komal, published on 17th November, 1886.
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Lokendranath qualifies in ICS

October, 1886
Rabindranath's friend Lokendranath Palit succeeds in the ICS examinations, returns to India, and is posted in Bengal.
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Birth of Madhurilata

25th October, 1886
Rabindranath and Mrinalini Devi's first child (daughter), Madhurilata (Bela) is born.
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Indian National Congress, 2nd Annual Conference

28th December, 1886
At the inaugural session of the second annual conference of the Indian National Congress held in Kolkata. Rabindranath sings the stirring song - Amra milechhi aaj mayer dakey.
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