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Rule out in-disciplined actions in school campus

January, 1903
Poet becomes instrumental in ruling out the in-disciplined actions prevalent in the school campus.
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Establishment of a committee

January, 1903
Establishment of a committee comprising of Manoranjan Bandyopadhyay, Jagadananda Roy and Subodhchandra Majumder for proper management of the School.
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Satyendranath becomes the principal of the school

12th January, 1903
Narendranath Bahttacharya leaves the school. Poet's son-in-law Satyendranath becomes the principal of the school.
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Maghotsav

16th January, 1903
The poet comes to Calcutta for Maghotsav.
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Doctor for Renuka

24th January, 1903
Dr. D N Roy, a homoeopath, treats Renuka.
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23 Brahma Sangit

25th January, 1903
Poet contributes 23 Brahma Sangit for the occasion. Most of the songs reflect his psychological condition after his wife's death.
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Attends programme arranged by Bharat Sangit Samaj

2nd February, 1903
The poet attends and sings in the programme arranged by Bharat Sangit Samaj. The programme is graced by the King to Coochbehar.
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Nastanir is staged

February, 1903
Nastanir is staged at Santiniketan.
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Gets introduced to Satishchandra Roy

17th February, 1903
The poet gets introduced to Satishchandra Roy through Ajit Kumar Chakraborty.
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Satishchandra Roy joins the school

February, 1903
Satishchandra Roy joins the school. The poet comments later that Satishchandra is an icon symbolizing the principles of the Ashram.
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Mohitchandra Sen donates

17th February, 1903
Mohitchandra Sen donates Rs. 1000/- for the school.
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Manoranjan Bandyopadhyay leaves the Ashram

February, 1903
Manoranjan Bandyopadhyay leaves the Ashram in the plea of illness right before the entrance exam of Rathindranath.
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Renuka's illness

12th March, 1903
Renuka's illness aggravates.
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Poet goes to Hazaribag

12th March, 1903
The poet along with his ailing daughter goes to Hazaribag for a change.
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Santiniketan

8th April, 1903
Returns to Santiniketan.
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Naukadubi

1903
Naukadubi is being serialised in Bangadarshan.
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Goes to Almorah

4th May, 1903
Goes to Almorah with his ailing daughter Renuka.
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Rathindranath passes entrance examination

May, 1903
Rathindranath passes the entrance examination with first division.
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Mohitchandra Sen comes to Almorah

May, 1903
Mohitchandra Sen comes to Almorah to discuss about the publication of a compilation of his poems.
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Mohitchandra Sen leaves

3rd June, 1903
Mohitchandra Sen leaves Almorah.
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Poet leaves Almorah

11th June, 1903
The poet leaves Almorah entrusting brother-in-law Nagendranath with the responsibilities of his daughter Renuka.
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Subodhchandra Majumder leaves the job

11th June, 1903
Subodhchandra Majumder leaves the job in the Ashram.
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Renuka's health condition deteriorated

24th June, 1903
The poet goes to Almorah again because of Renuka's deteriorating health condition.
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Farewell to Kunjalal Ghosh

July, 1903
Bidding farewell to Kunjalal Ghosh and Nagendranarayan Roy joints as the headmaster. Bipinbihari Gupta and Gopalchandra Kabikusum join the school.
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Shishu

17th July, 1903
Mohitchandra Sen gives a suggestion to publish a compilation of Rabindranath's poems for children. He proposes the name Shishu or Shaishab though later the name Shishu is finalized.
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Five poems for Shishu

26th July, 1903
Mohitchandra writes to Rabindranath about receiving five poems for Shishu. He also mentions his affection regarding these poems.
  • Khela
  • Khoka
  • Nirlipta
  • Shaishab Chaturi (Later poet gives the name Chaturi)
  • Keno Madhur
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Another three poems for Shishu

29th July, 1903
Rabindranath sends three more poems for Shishu to Mohitchandra.
  • Ghumchora
  • Apajash
  • Bichaar
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Six poems for Shishu

31st July, 1903
Rabindranath sends total six poems to Mohitchandra and writes to him to give a suitable name for each poem.
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Letter from Mohitchandra

6th August, 1903
In a letter to Rabindranath, Mohitchandra writes he has got total 19 poems for Shishu. The rest of the poems are:
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Total 22 poems for Shishu

8th August, 1903
Now the count is 22, as poet mentions to Mohitchandra after sending him the following poems
  • Khokar Rajya
  • Bhitare O Bahire
  • Byakul
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Reply from the Poet

10th August, 1903
Sushila Sen, wife of Mohitchandra Sen, complains that all the poems in Shishu are about a boy child. Why not a girl child comes into poet's mind? In response to that poet writes the person who creates those poems was a boy forty years earlier, unfortunately not a girl.
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Letter from the poet

13th August, 1903
In a letter to Mohitchandra, poet tells him to let the poet know when to stop the flow. Along with this letter send four more poems for Shishu.
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More poems for Shishu

15th August, 1903
Rabindranath sends three more poems for Shishu to Mohitchandra
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Last poem for Shishu

16th August, 1903
Rabindranath sends the poem Bidai and writes to Mohitchandra this is the last poem. But he himself cannot stop writing poems for children. In the very next day he writes Janmakatha.
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Jagat Parabarer Tire

23rd August, 1903
Before leaving Almorah poet sends the poem Jagat Parabarer Tire to Mohitchandra and writes to him that this should be the last poem for Shishu. Poet also recommends this poem to be the first one in the collection of poems for Shishu.
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Start from Almorah

24th August, 1903
Start returning from Almorah to Kolkata.
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Returns with Renuka

29th August, 1903
The poet returns to Calcutta (now Kolkata) with Renuka. Later he writes about the journey to his daughter-in-law, Pratima Devi.
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Mira Devi visits Renuka

1st September, 1903
Mira Devi comes Ballygunge to Jorasanko to visit her elder sister Renuka whose health condition is continuously deteriorating. Mira Devi is shocked to see her sister and writes about this experience.
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Rathindranath and Shamindranath

5th September, 1903
Rathindranath and Shamindranath comes from Santiniketan and pays their last visit to Renuka who is now in her death bed.
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Death

14th September, 1903
Renuka dies.
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Ajitkumar Chakraborty

December, 1903
Ajitkumar Chakraborty joins the school.
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First proposal for the partition of Bengal

3rd December, 1903
The first proposal for the partition of Bengal is published in the Calcutta Gazette .
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Kabyagrantha published

December, 1903
Kabyagrantha Part One-Section One published on 10th December, Kabyagrantha Part One-Section Two published in December,1903, Kabyagrantha Part Two- Section One published on 10th December, Kabyagrantha Part Two- Section Two published on 10th December, kabyagrantha part Three published during 1903, Kabyagrantha Part Four published in 20th December, Kabyagrantha Part Five, Six, Seven, Eight published during 1903, Kabyagrantha Part Nine-Section One & Section Two published on 12th December, Kabyagrantha Part Nine-Section Three published on 20th December.
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Philosophy of death

22nd December, 1903
Poet addresses the congregation at the anniversary of 7th Paush outlining his philosophy of death.
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