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Ramdasa


Life and teaching of Ramdasa

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Ramdasa : Biography

Ramdasa (1608-1681), the "Saint-errant," was an activist and the famed Guru of King Shivaji. His writings are brilliant and bold, praising the company of Saints and the greatness of God.



Source : Jonathan Star, The Inner Treasure

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