NEPALESE BLOGGER, WIKIMEDIAN, INTERNET & SOCIAL ACTIVIST

Tulsi Bhagat

He advocates open source, free knowledge, non-profit ideas and resources for helping underprivileged to bring positive social change.

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15

Projects

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Years of Experience

2

Honors & Awards

90,000+

Edits count

Who is Tulsi Bhagat?

Tulsi Bhagat is a Nepalese Blogger, Wikimedian, Internet and Social Activist. He helped launch the Maithili language Wikipedia in 2014. In 2016, Wikimedia India titled him Featured Wikimedian of the Month for May. He is an Information Officer of non-governmental organization, Open Knowledge For All. He has organized projects such as Wikicamp Nepal 2018, Wiki Awareness Campaign in Nepal, Wikipedia Pages Wanting Photos Campaign, Wiki For COVID-19, Wiki Loves Folklore and so on. In 2021, Wikimedia Foundation featured him among top 18 volunteers on the occasion of 20 years of Wikipedia.

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Honors & Awards

Featured Wikimedian of the Month for May 2016
Top 18 volunteers on the 20 years of Wikipedia
Wiki Loves Folklore 2020 Certificate

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