List of Awadhi-language poets

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This is a List of Awadhi language poets.

Tulsīdās
  • Gosvāmī Tulsīdās तुलसीदास, also known as "Tulasī Dāsa" and "Tulsidas" (1532 –1623 ) Awadhi poet and philosopher.[1][2][3]
  • Narottama Dasa, a Gaudiya Vaishnava saint who was responsible for spreading Vaishnava bhakti throughout Odisha in and outside of Bengal in India. He had worked in Awadhi.[4]
  • Rambhadracharya (b.14 January 1950)[β] is a Hindu religious leader, educator, Sanskrit scholar, polyglot, poet, author, textual commentator, philosopher, composer, singer, playwright and Katha artist.[8][9]

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  1. ^ Rambhadracharya, Swami (December 2010). Sushil, Surendra Sharma, ed. "श्रीरामचरितमानस में वृत्त मर्यादा" [Prosodic propriety in Ramcharitmanas]. Shri Tulsi Peeth Saurabh (in Hindi) (Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India: Shri Tulsi Peeth Seva Nyas) 14 (7): 15–25. 
  2. ^ Prasad 2008, p. xix, footnote 3.
  3. ^ Miśra, Nityānanda (August 14, 2011). "Metres in the Rāmacaritamānasa". Shri Tulsi Peeth Seva Nyas. Retrieved September 15, 2011. 
  4. ^ Dimock, Jr, E.C. (1963). "Doctrine and Practice among the Vaisnavas of Bengal". History of Religions 3 (1): 106. doi:10.1086/462474. JSTOR 1062079. 
  5. ^ Padmavat from The Imperial Gazetteer of India, 1909, v. 2, p. 430.
  6. ^ Love's Subtle Magic: An Indian Islamic Literary Tradition by Aditya Behl, Oxford university Press (2012)
  7. ^ Hayate Syed Ashraf Jahangir Semnani by Syed Waheed Ashraf published 1975
  8. ^ Shastry, Devarshi Kala Nath. "अलौकिक प्रतिभा को श्रद्धार्घ्य [A reverential offering to a superhuman talent]" (in Hindi). In Sharma, Sushil and Shrivastav (2011), pp. 643–648.
  9. ^ Dinkar 2008, p. 175.
  10. ^ "धर्मवाद की डोर तोड़ रही ‘आजाद’ की सोच". Amar Ujala (in Hindi). 5 August 2011. 
  11. ^ "Poetry by Jumai Khan Azad". awadhi.org (in हिंदी).