Tulsidas

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Tul·sidas

 (to͝ol′sēdäs′) 1532?-1623.
Hindu poet whose Ramcaritmanas is considered one of the greatest works of Hindi literature.
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For a change she chose Tulasidas's Gopala gokula vallabhi priya in Kamod raga exhibiting her prowess in Hindustani music and quickly moved to Carnatic style with Puranadaradasa's Kande kande in Thodi raga and Adi tala and Jagadodhara adisidale Yashode in Kapi raga and Adi tala.
Dielectric properties of many foodstuffs have been reported by Guan et al [6]; Wang et al [22]; Nelson [10] and the predictive models for dielectric properties have been developed based upon the food composition by Sun et al [15]; Tulasidas et al [18]; Tong et al [17] and Tong and Lentz [16].
These results are in agreement with previous reports on the effects of temperature and moisture on the dielectric constant of various food materials by Sipahioglu and Barringer [13]; Sun et al [15]; Tulasidas et al [18].
Tulasidas and has Govinda on board, promises to be high on entertainment.
--1998, 'Narrativizing the male and the female in Tulasidas's Ramacharitamanasa', in AM Shah, BS Baviskar & EA Ramaswamy (eds), Social structure and change: religion and kinship, Sage Publications, Delhi.
Raghavan, Tulasidas, Sablani, and Ramaswamy (5) applied Fick's diffusion partial differential equation to the transport of moisture on drying grapes at 50[degrees]C.
(5) Raghavan, G.S.V., Tulasidas, T.N., Sablani, S.S., and Ramaswamy, H.
KOTHAPALLE VEDANTHA DESIKAN *, PERI SUNDARESH **, IPPILI TULASIDAS ** & PEMMARAJU VENKATA RANGANADHA RAO **