- Rammani Tagore, born 1759, married and had issue. He
- Radhanath Tagore, born 1790, died 1828.
- Dwarkanath Tagore (qv)
- Ramanath Tagore, born 1800, died 1881.
- Dwarkanath Tagore, born 1794, he held four large
estates, viz. Berhampur, Pandua, Kaligram and
Shahazadpur without partners, and which were placed in
trust for his sons; he served for twelve years as a
diwan, and was honoured with the post of Justice of
the Peace, an honourary position newly opened to
Indians in 1835, married Digambari Devi, and had
issue. He died 1846.
- Maharishi Devendranath Tagore (qv)
- Narendranath Tagore
- Girindranath Tagore, born 1820, married and had
issue. He died 1854.
- Ganendranath Tagore, born 1841, writer and
nationalist, founding secretary of the Hindu Mela,
married Swarnakumari Devi. He died 1881.
- Gunendranath Tagore, born 1847, married
Saudamini Devi, and had issue. He died 1881.
- Gaganendranath Tagore, born 18th September
1867 at Jorasanko, actor, painter and art
connoisseur, secretary of the Bengal Home
Industries Association 1916, author of the
children's classic, Bhondor Bahadur,
married Pramodhkumari Devi, and had issue. He
died 1938 in Calcutta.
- Kanakendranath Tagore, married Suramasundari
Devi, and had issue.
- Gitindranath Tagore, Deputy General
Manager of the British India Company, owner
of Elgin Mills; married Ira Barua, daughter
of Jnanadaviram Barua, and his wife, Lateeka
Devi Tagore, daughter of Arunendranath
Tagore (see below), and had issue.
- Sharmila Tagore [Rinku] [Nawab Ayesha
Sultan Begum Sahiba of Pataudi], born 8th
December 1946 in Hyderabad, she took the
name of Ayesha Sultaan on her conversion;
an actress who made her debut in the 1959
Sansar, she heads the Indian Film
Censor Board from April 2005, she was
chosen as an UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in
December 2005, she has won the following
awards, Filmfare Best Actress Award in
National Film Award for Best Actress in
Lifetime Achievement Award in 1997, Star
Screen Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003;
married 27th December 1968 at Calcutta,
Nawab Mansur Ali Khan of Pataudi,
and has issue.
- Oindrila Tagore [Tinku], played the role
of the little child in Tapan Sinhas Kabuliwala
- Romila Tagore [Chinky], married Nikhil
Sen, educated at St
Joseph's North Point, Darjeeling, and at
St Stephen's College, Delhi; he joined
Britannia as a management trainee in
1980, and rose to be appointed chief operating officer of
Britannia in 2002, and has issue.
- Samarendranath Tagore, born 1870, died 1951.
- Abanindranath Tagore, born 7th August 1871 at
Jorasanko, Painter and man of letters, educated
at Normal School in 1876 and later in Sanskrit
College, became principal of the Art College of
Kolkata in 1898 and continued to teach there
before joining the University of Calcutta as
Bageshri professor in in 1921, Chancellor of the
Visva-Bharati University from 1942. He was
the principal artist of the Bengal school and
the first major exponent of swadeshi values in
Indian art. He sought to modernize Moghul and
Rajput styles in order to counter the influence
of Western models of art, as taught in Art
Schools under the British Raj. Such was the
success of his work that it was eventually
accepted and promoted as a national Indian style
within British art institutions; married 1889,
Suhasini Devi Chatterjee, daughter of
Bhujagendra Bhusan Chatterjee, and had issue. He
died 5th December 1951 at Kolkata.
- Tarunendranath Tagore, married Irene, and
- Sunayani Devi Tagore
- Bhupendranath Tagore
- Nagendranath Tagore, born 1829, died 1858.
- Maharishi Devendranath Tagore, born 15th May
1817 at Jorasanko, educated privately and at
Anglo-Hindu College, secretary of the Tattvabodhini
Sabha, founder of the Bethune Society of the Hindu
Charitable Institution, became the secretary of the
British Indian Association when it was set up on 31st
October 1851, married Sarada Devi, born 1821, died
1875, and had issue, fifteen children. He died 19th
January 1905 at Calcutta.
- Daughter, died young.
- Dwijendranath Tagore, born 11th March 1840, poet,
philosopher, mathematician, devoloper of Bangla
shorthand, painter and patriot, educated privately,
then at St Paul's School for two years and at Hindu
College, Secretary of the Adi Brahmo Samaj
1866/1871, Secretary of the Hindu Mela 1870/1873,
made a member of the Bangiya Sahitya Parisad in 1894
and elected its president, for three consecutive
terms 1897/1900, President of the Bengal Literary
Conference, married Sarbasundari Devi, and had
issue. He died 19th January 1926.
- Dipendranath Tagore, born 1862, married and had
issue. He died 1922.
- Dinendranath Tagore, born 1882, a Bengali
musician and noted singer, he served as
principal of Visva-Bharati's Music school,
Sangit Bhavana in its opening years. He was also
involved with a number of dance dramas,
including a tour performing Taser Desh
to Bombay in 1933. He also composed the music
for the film Natir Puja in 1932. He died
- Arunendranath Tagore, married and had issue.
- Lateeka Devi Tagore, married Gitindranath
Tagore, and had issue (see above).
- Nitindranath Tagore
- Sudhendranath Tagore, born 1869, a talented
author, he wrote poems, novels and short stories;
he introduced a new literary magazine, Sadhana
in 1891 and was its first editor; married and had
issue. He died 1926.
- Soumyendranath Tagore, born October 1901,
educated at Mitra Institution matriculating in
1917, and went on to do his Honours in Economics
from Presidency College. In 1927 he formed the
Revolutionary Communist Party of India. He died
22nd September 1974.
- Kripendranath Tagore
- Satyendranath Tagore, born 1st June 1842 in
Calcutta, he passed the Entrance examination in the
first division from Hindu School in 1857 and entered
Presidency College, In 1862 he went to London along
with his wife and returned home in 1864 as an ICS
officer. He began his career as a civil servant in
1865 as assistant magistrate and collector in
Ahmedabad. He spent the major part of his
professional career in western India (former Bombay
province) and retired as sessions judge of Satara
district, He was made president of vangiya
sahitya parishad (Bengal Literary Council) in
1900 and 1901; married 1859, Janadanandini Devi,
born 1850, died 1941, daughter of Abhaya Charan Roy,
privately educated, fluent in Bangla, English,
Gujrati, Marathi and to some extent French, Member
of the Sakhi Samiti, in the village of
Dakshindihi in the district of Jessore, now in
Bangladesh and had issue. He died 9th January 1923.
- Surendranath Tagore, born 1872, he translated
Rabindranath Tagore’s Four Chapters into English
and produced a condensed version of the main
portion of Mahabharata in Bengali; married Sangya
Devi, and had issue. He died 1940.
- Subirendranath Tagore, married Purnima Devi,
and had issue.
- Supriyo Tagore, a well-known Brahmo preacher
and one of the longest serving principals of
the Vishwa Bharati University School in
Santiniketan. He also taught at both the Doon
School, Dehra Dun and Lawrence School,
- Indira Devi, born 29th December 1873 at Bijapur
in South India, educated at Auckland House in
Simla and Loretta House in Calcutta, she passed
the Entrance examination in 1887 and then the FA.
She won the Padmavati gold medal, standing first
among women in the BA examination of Calcutta
University in 1892. She obtained her diploma in
music from the Trinity College of Music. She
served as president of a number of women's welfare
organisations such as the Bengal Women's Education
League, All India Women Conference, Hiranmayi
Vidhava Ashram. In 1956 she became Vice-Chancellor
of Visva-Bharati University. She was awarded the
Bhuvanmohini gold medal by Calcutta University in
1944, the Deshikottam by Visva-Bharati University
in 1957 and the first Rabindra Award by the
Rabindra Bharati Samiti in 1959. She married 1891,
Pramatha Chowdhury, born 7th August 1868 in
Jessore, died 2nd September 1946, son of Durgadas
Chowdhury, Zamindar of Pabna, Rajshahi Dist., and
had issue. She died on 12th August 1960.
- Hemendranath Tagore, born 1844, married Nipamoyee
Devi, and had issue. He died 1884.
- Hitendranath Tagore
- Pratibha Devi, born 1865, married Hon. Justice
Sir Ashutosh Chaudhury, elder son of Durgadas
Chaudhury, Zamindar of Pabnam, Rajshahi, and had
issue. She died 1922.
- Kshitindranath Tagore, he was well known as the
official Historian of Adi Brahmo Samaj and editor
of the Tattwabodhini journal, a duty carried on by
his grandson, Commander Amritamoyi Mukherjee I.N.
- Ritendranath Tagore
- Pragnasundari Devi Tagore, she was the author of
a well received cookbook, Aamish O Niramish
Ahar, (1900); editor of the periodical Punya
1897/1902; married Sahityarathi Lakshminath
Bejbarua, born 1868, died 1938, a famous Assamese
author, notably of the song O Mor Aponar Desh,
considered to be the most popular Assamese
patriotic song of all time and the de-facto anthem
- Abhi Devi Tagore
- Manisha Devi Tagore, married Dipendranath
Chatterjee, a famous surgeon of Calcutta, educated
in Edinburgh, and who later settled in Assam, and
- Dipty Chaudhuri, married into the
family of Pandit Navin Chandra Ray, the Adi
Dharm social reformer of Punjab.
- Shovana Devi Tagore
- Sushama Devi Tagore, married Darikanath
Mukherjee, barrister, and had issue, four sons and
two daughters, including.
- Lokendranath Mukherjee
- Dr. Bharganath Mukherjee, married Gauri
- Bhaskarnath Mukherjee, married Usha
- Sunrita Devi Tagore
- Sudakshina Devi Tagore
- Sudakshina Devi [Kunwar Rani Purnima Devi of
Shajehanpur], born 13th May 1884, married 1903,
Hon. Pandit Kunwar Jwala Prasada, Zamindar of Shahjehanpur,
and had issue.
- Birendranath Tagore, born 1845, married
Prafullamoyee Devi, and had issue. He died 1915.
- Balendranath Tagore, born 1870, died 1899.
- Saudamini Devi Tagore, born 1847, she was one of
the first students of Bethune School and a gifted
writer; married Saradprasad Gangopadhyay, and had
issue. She died 1920.
- Indumati Devi Gangopadhyay, married
Nityaranjan Chattopadhyay, and had issue.
- Leela Devi Chattopadhyay, married Col.
Manmathanath Chaudhuri, he was the first
Indian Surgeon-General of Madras, and had
issue (see below).
- Jyotirindranath Tagore, born 4th May 1849 in
Jorasanko, Calcutta, playwright, musician, editor
and painter, educated at St Paul's School, Montague
Academy and the Hindu School. After passing the
Entrance examination from Calcutta College in 1864,
he enrolled for FA classes at the Presidency
College, but abandoned his studies for the stage,
married 5th July 1868, Kadambari Devi, died 19th
April 1884. He died sp 4th March 1925 at
- Sukumari Devi Tagore, born 1850, married Durgadas
Chowdhury, Zamindar of Rajshahi, and had issue.
- Col. Manmathanath Chaudhuri, he was the
first Indian Surgeon-General of Madras, married
Leela Devi Chattopadhyay,
daughter of Nityaranjan Chattopadhyay, and his
wife, Indumati Devi Gangopadhyay (see above),
and had issue.
- Nikhil Chaudhuri
- Devika Rani Chaudhuri, born 30th March
1908, at Waltair, Madras, completed her
schooling in the early 1920's, educated at the
Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and the Royal
Academy of Music in London. She won
scholarships at both these institutions. She
also took a degree in architecture, did a
stint with Elizabeth Arden in the art of
make-up and after due specialization, worked
as a textile designer at a well-known art
studio, awarded the "Padma Shri" in 1958 and
in 1970, she became the first recipient of the
prestigious "Dadasaheb Phalke Award", she
married 1stly, 1929, Himansu Rai, graduated
with a degree in Law, died May 1940, married
2ndly, 1945, Svetoslav Roerich, the famous
Russian painter, died 9th January 1993. She
died sp 9th March 1994 in Bangalore, and was
honoured with a full State funeral.
- Mahim Chaudhuri
- Punyendranath Tagore, born 1851, died 1887.
- Saratkumari Devi Tagore, born 1854, married
Jadugopal Mukherjee, and had issue. She died 1920.
- Supravasundari Devi Mukherjee, born 23rd
January 1870 in Calcutta, married 23rd June 1885
in Jorasanko, Sukumar Haldar, born 14th June
1853, died 20th February 1948, son of Rakhaldas
Haldar, and his wife, Kiran Kumari, and had
issue. She died 13th March 1923 in Ranchi.
- Asit Kumar Haldar, born 10th September
1890 in Calcutta, died 1964 in Lucknow.
- Shrimati Swarnakumari Devi Tagore, born 28th
August 1855, author and editor of the well known
literary monthly Bharati for 30 years,
helped form the Sakhi Samiti, an
organisation to help widows and destitute women. In
1889 and 1890 she took part in the annual sessions
of the indian national congress. She was one of the
first two members elected from Bengal to represent
that state at the session. In 1927 she was awarded
the Jagattarini gold medal by the University of
Calcutta and in 1929 she became the president of the
Bangiya Sahitya Sammelan; married 1868,
Janakinath Ghosal, Zamindar of Belgaum, and had
issue. She died 3rd July 1932.
- Barnakumari Devi Tagore, born 1858, died 1922.
- Somendranath Tagore, born 1858, died 1948.
- Rabindranath Tagore, born 7th May
1861 in Calcutta, a prolific writer (3,000 poems,
2000 songs, 8 novels, 40 volumes of essays and short
stories, 50 plays),first Asian to receive the Nobel
Prize, for literature in 1913, for his most famous
collection, Gitanjali or "Song Offerings" (1910;
Eng. trans., 1912). He was also knighted in 1915,
but returned the honour in 1919 in protest against
the brutal police firing by the British authorities
in Jallianwala Bagh, Punjab; took to painting at the
age of 70, he produced over 3,000 pictures within a
decade; married 9th December 1883, Mrinalini Devi
Raichaudhuri, born 1872, died 1902, daughter of
Benimadhav Raichaudhuri, and had issue. He died 7th
August 1941 in Calcutta.
- Madhurilata Devi Tagore, born 1886, married S.
C. Chakravarti. She died sp in 1918.
- Rathindranath Tagore, born 1888, died 1961.
- Renuka Devi Tagore, born 1891, died 1903.
- Mira Devi Tagore, born 1894, married before
1907, Nagendranath Ganguli, born 1889, and had
issue, one son and one daughter.
- Nitya Gangulee, died 1932 in
- Buri Gangulee
- Shamindranath Tagore, born 1896, died 1907 in
- Bhudendranath Tagore, born 1863, died 1864.