Probing Tagore in 21st-century Bangladesh: Shifting Faces of Metaphysical Reality and the Role of New Media

Shaila Binte Sattar


This study explores the shifting faces of reality in 21st-century Bangladesh as propagated by the questionable role of new media. The research hypothesizes that the stakeholders of the new media are fragmented into disparate groups, and the faces and aspects of metaphysics have been substantially altered to fit the motives of those in power, reversing the original intent. The study critically analyses the role of faith in goodness in human life, compares the views of Tagore to contemporary power relations, and investigates how the new media acts as a catalyst in perpetuating these mechanisms. The findings suggest that further research is needed to comprehend the potential benefits and limits of new media in these subjects.

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