Haridas or Haridasa may refer to:
* "Haridas" (1944 film)
* Haridasa, South Indian (Kannada) devotional bhakti movement

People with the name

* Haridasa Thakur, prominent follower of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, a convert from Islam
* Haridas Chaudhuri, Aurobindo affiliated philosopher
* Swami Haridas, saint-musician and a pioneer in the Hindustani classical music
* Sadhu Haridas, 19th century yogi and "fakir"
* Haridas Mundhra, Calcutta-based industrialist and stock speculator

ee also

* Hari (disambiguation)

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  • Haridas Chaudhuri — ( bn. হরিদাস চৌধুরী)(May, 1913 1975), Bengali integral philosopher, was a correspondent with Sri Aurobindo and the founder of the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS). He was born in Kolkata. He studied at the Scottish Church College… …   Wikipedia

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  • Haridas Mundhra — For other uses, see Haridas (disambiguation). Haridas Mundhra (Hindi: हरिदास मूंदड़ा) was a Calcutta based industrialist and stock speculator who was found guilty and imprisoned in the first big financial scandal of free India in the 1950s. The… …   Wikipedia

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  • Sadhu Haridas — (fl. 1837) was a hatha yogi and fakir of nineteenth century India, famous for his reputed power to control his body completely using the power of his mind, employing the energies of kundalini. His most notable feat, carried out in 1837, was to… …   Wikipedia

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  • Tansen — For the town in Nepal, see Tansen, Nepal. For the 1943 Bollywood film, see Tansen (film). Tansen Mia Tansen, a depiction by Lala Deo Lal, diplayed in Calcutta Gallery Background information …   Wikipedia

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