Sant Tukaram (Hindi: संत तुकाराम) was a prominent Varkari Sant (Saint) and spiritual poet during a Bhakti movement in India.
Birth and Early Life
Tukaram was born in the small village of Dehu in the West Indian state of Maharashtra to Bolhoba and Kanakai a couple belonging to the lower Sudra class. His real name is Tukaram Vhilhoba Aambe. Rather, in accord with another tradition in India of assigning the epithet "sant" (संत) to persons regarded as thoroughly saintly, Tukaram is commonly known in Maharashtra as Sant Tukaram (संत तुकाराम). He is known as Bhakta Tukaram to southern Indian people. He had two other brothers. Despite their lower class status the ... more »
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- Abhangs (A Short Collection)
- All Blest Are They
- None See Me Off
- Thou art more kind than mother dear
- Smaller than the smallest atom
- Can water drink itself?
- All men to me are god-like Gods!
- The Price?
- First He looked confused
- Mother God
- When I lose Myself
- Alone At Your Feet
- Name of God
- Argue no more about it
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