"Rabindranath Tagore led the opening program of the School of Wisdom in 1920, and participated in several of its programs thereafter... Tagore was not only a creative genius, he was a great man and friend to many. For instance, he was also a good friend from childhood to the great Indian Physicist, Bose. He was educated and quite knowledgeable of Western culture, especially Western poetry and Science. This made him a remarkable person, one of the first of our planet to combine East and West, and ancient and modern knowledge." 
- George Lukács, "Tagore’s Gandhi Novel: Review of Rabindranath Tagore: The Home and the World", published in Essays and Reviews (Merlin Press, London 1983), First Published: in the Berlin periodical, Die rote Fahne, in 1922.
- Martin Kampchen, Rabindranath Tagore in Germany Four Responses to a Cultural Icon (Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, 1999). Article
- Tithi Bhattacharya, The Sentinels of Culture: Class, Education and the Colonial Intellectual in Bengal (Oxford University Press, 2005). Review
- Amrit Sen, Visva-Bharati, (eds.), SPECIAL ISSUE ON RABINDRANATH TAGORE, 150 YEARS, Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities, 2010.
- Michael Collins, Empire, Nationalism and the Postcolonial World: Rabindranath Tagore`s Writings on History, Politics and Society (Routledge, 2011). Article
Resources and articles
- School of Wisdom Rabindranath Tagore, organizational web page, accessed April 24, 2012.