Govinda Dikshita

Govinda Dikshita was the minister of three successive Nayaks of Thanjavur, who ruled the region of Thanjavur in South India between the 16th and 19th centuries CE.

Govinda Dikshita was a scholar, philosopher, statesman and musicologist.


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