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Rabindranath Tagore (1861 - 1941) was an accomplished poet, artist and writer. He was a Janus through his father Debendranath Tagore . His notable works include the poem, Gitanjali . He was given the Nobel Prize for literature becoming the first Indian to receive a Nobel Prize. It is unknown what missions he was assigned to in the Clue Hunt. He travelled extensively and meet with many famous Cahills of his time. He was also an Indian freedom fighter as he fought for freedom against the British. The British offered him knighthood but he refused and told them that he didn't want any offers which his country doesn't get. He is mentioned in the Ekaterina Archives in a letter which says Ekat agent Albert Einstein met Janus Rabindranath Tagore for information about a Janus clue Einstein was searching for.

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