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संपूर्ण घट रामायण : सतगुरु तुलसी साहिब | Sampurna Ghat Ramayana : Satguru Tulsi Sahib
Puri, V. Sethi, and Dr. ISBN: Now in a new edition, which re-translates the poems of earlier editions and increases their number, this book describes the life and teachings of the bhakti mystic Tulsi Sahib Tulsi was a Brahmin by caste and the eldest son of the Peshwa or de facto king of Pune. But he became disillusioned with the affairs of the world, abruptly renounced his princely heritage, and left his home to seek God. He wandered throughout India for many years before settling in Hathras, about 35 miles north of Agra.
Ghat Ramayan, Tulsi Sahib Commentary