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Sant Surdas -
Classic Poetry Series. Sant Surdas. - poems -.
Bhakti Texts of North India: The Sursagar - John Stratton Hawley
Surdas (precise dates unknown, sixteenth century) is one of a handful of ... Narayan Bahura and Kenneth E. Bryant, eds.
Surdas Painkra -
Surdas Painkra: Surdas was born bind and it brought much pain and sadness into the life of Surdas parents. He is from Kotanpani, Kansabel Block of jashpur ...
Introducing another Surdas
Surdas is an important name in the history of Braj/ early Hindi literature. The famous. Surdas has written under various signatures like Sur, Surdas, Surij, Suraj , ...
o bilingüismo como proposta educacional para crianças surdas

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ABVP's 'Nationalist' Strategy to Control JNU is an Old Ploy
At the time, the big guns of the ABVP were Narasimha Reddy, Surdas Reddy, Vidyasagar Rao and Narayan Das, most of them students of at the law college. The law college then had an unsavoury reputation as the favourite perch of 'professional students' ...
Secularisation of society is a long, historical process: Romila Thapar
In 1976, the word 'secular' was included in the Indian constitution. Manmohan Desai's blockbuster film Amar Akbar Anthony (1977), the story of three brothers raised as Hindu, Muslim and Christian was an attempt to embody this cinematically.
'Authentic' Vande Mataram Library aims to challenge Sheldon Pollock's 'foreign
That is what is missing, whether they have done Ramcharitmanas or Surdas. No doubt the person who has done Surdas has dedicated his entire life to Surdas but where is that spirit? It is missing to me.
A colourful katha
The imagery of the charming innocence carried into 'Maiya mohe dau...' (Surdas), when Krishna complains to his mother that his older brother is questioning his birth as the dark-complexioned Krishna cannot have been born to their fair-skinned parents.
JNU fallout: Petition wants Murty Classical Library to remove editor
MCLI, instituted with an endowment of `32 crore by Rohan Murty , has published translations of ancient vedic texts, including Tulsidas's Ramcharitmanas, Abu' l-Fazl's Akbar nama, Bharavi's Kiratarjuniya, Bullhe Shah's Sufi lyrics, and Surdas's poetry.

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Surdas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Surdas was a late 15th-century blind saint, poet and musician, known for his devotional songs dedicated to Lord Krishna. Surdas is said to have written and ...
INDOlink Kidz-Korner - Surdas
During the reign of Akbar, a great saint, Surdas, was born. He was blind and was beyond the parochial religious beliefs. His loving description of Krishna's life in ...
Surdas (Sur Das, Soordas) - Chandrakantha
Surdas is a very important person in Indian history. He was a poet, a saint, and a musician, and is equally revered for his accomplishments in all of these areas.
Sant Surdas - Life of the Hindu Saint-Poet - About Hinduism
Life of Sant Surdas - the Hindu saint & sightless poet, who wrote and composed thousands songs in his 'Sur Sagar' dedicated to Lord Krishna.
Surdas | Indian poet |
Sūrdās, (fl. 16th century, probably in Braj, India; traditionally b. 1483—d.

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