In the West his fame rests primarily upon his translations and versions of his mystical verse, but in India, and particularly his native Bengal, he is noted equally for his other achievements. He was an educator of great originality and imagination and in 1901 founded his famous school at Santiniketa, Bolpur, later developed into an international institution called Visva-Bharati. He was an accomplished musician who composed over 2,000 songs, developing his own style of music which was named after him, and a painter, exhibiting pictures in Moscow, Berlin, Paris, Birmingham and New York. He published some sixty collections of poetry and numerous prose works, including novels, short stories, essays, sermons and dramas. Rabindranath Tagore died in 1941.