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Goswami Tulsidas

(1543-1623 / Rajpur, Uttar Pradesh / India)

Doha


1
'Tulsi Tulsi sab kahe,Tulsi ban ki ghaas
Ho gayi kirpa Ram ki, to ban gaye Tulsidas'

2
'Tulsi meethe bachan te sukh upjaat chahu or
Basikaran ek mantra hain pariharu bachan kathor'

3
'Bina tej ke purush ki avshi avagya hoy
Aagi bujhe jyo raakh ki aap chuvay sab koy'

4
'Tulsi saathi vipatti ke vidya vinay vivek
Sahas sukriti sustyavat, Ram bharose ek'

5
'Kaam krodh mad lobh ki jou lou man mein khan
Tau lou Pandit moorkhou Tulsi ek saman'

6
'Ram naam mani deep dharoo jih dehari dwar
Tulsi bheeter bahrao jo chahasi ujiyar'

Submitted: Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Edited: Friday, March 23, 2012

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