Definition of Tulsidas in English:

Tulsidas

Line breaks: Tulsi|das
Pronunciation: /ˈtʊlsɪdɑːs
 
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( Circa 1543–1623), Indian poet. A leading Hindu devotional poet, he is chiefly remembered for the Ramcaritmanas (circa 1574-7), a work consisting of seven cantos based on the Sanskrit epic the Ramayana.

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