Ramprasad Sen (1718 - 1775 / Halisahar / India)
Ramprasad Sen was a Shakta poet of eighteenth century Bengal. His bhakti poems, known as Ramprasadi, are still popular in Bengal—they are usually addressed to the Hindu goddess Kali and written in Bengali. Stories of Ramprasad's life typically include legends and myths mixed with biographical details.
It is said that, Ramprasad was born into a Tantric family, and showed an inclination towards poetry from an early age. He became a disciple of Agamavisha, a Tantric scholar and yogi. Ramprasad became well known for his devotional songs, eventually becoming the court poet for the king Krishna Chandra of Nadia. His life has been the subject of many stories depicting his devotion to, ... more »
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- A Country Fair
- A Serious Grievance
- Call out Kali, Kali
- Come on Mind
- Come, Let Us Go For A Walk, O Mind
- Conquer Death with the drumbeat Ma! Ma! ...
- Does Suffering Scare Me?
- I Drink No Ordinary Wine
- I Spent My Days in Fun
- I'm Sick of Living Mother
- Its Value Beyond Assessment By The Mind
- Kulakundalini, Goddess Full Of Brahman, ...
- Love Her, Mind;
- Ma, You're inside me;