Since 2015, Tulsi has been advocating open source, free knowledge and non-profit to help those who are underprivileged. He uses information technology to empower various languages, and preserve the contents i.e. text, file, audio, video, statistics, etc. He loves to make efforts to build a free knowledge world.
Here are some selected projects:
Wikimedia movement: In 2014, Tulsi helped launched Maithili Wikipedia. He has since authored more than 500 Wikipedia articles in the language. Tulsi has also created and participated in campaigns such as the Wiki Awareness Campaign in Nepal, Wiki Loves Folklore, and Wikipedia Pages Wanting Photos, which help fill content gaps on Wikipedia.
EduWiki resources for Maithili Wikipedia: This project aims at analyzing & developing various tools and resources for Wikimedia in education outreach programs conducted by Maithili Wikimedians and EduWiki coordinators.
- Wiki For COVID-19: This is an online initiative for increasing awareness of the ongoing pandemic (COVID-19) and tackling misinformation spreading at an alarming rate meanwhile promoting Wikimedia projects. Basically, the idea behind this is to aware people through pomotional videos so that they can gather relaible information on Wikipedia.
- The Calendar Initiative: This is the most fascinating and innovative idea to raise awareness about Wikipedia and Wikimedia projects. In this project, we aims at distributing Wiki-informative Calendars to the students of different universities and professionals. Wiki-informative Calendar offers year-round exposure of Wikimedia projects to the students of different universities and professionals who are unaware about Wikimedia projects.
- The Billboards Initiative: This project aims at engaging new readers to Maithili & Nepali Wikipedia through both offline and online platforms. Offline platform includes display of billboards around two different cities whereas online platform cover sharing the project via social media sites to raise Wikipedia awareness among Maithili and Nepali Communities.
Wikicamp Nepal 2018: This is a three day event for experienced and new Wikipedians of Nepal. This brought together Wikipedians from Nepali, Maithili, Doteli, Newari (Nepal Bhasha), Bhojpuri, Sanskrit and Santali Community as well as 2 emerging Incubator communities – Awadhi and Marwari. This is first event of its kind being held in Nepal and is intended to become an annual national flagship event for Wikipedia/Wikimedia in the country.
- Wiki1Up Club: This club is all about empowering people to become a Wikipedian, and how to 1up their life by contributing to Wikipedia and continuing to learn, grow and develop knowledge for free. We help people to join Wikipedia and contribute in it. 5+ skilled mentors and 1 admin has been guiding and keep you up-to-date about Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
- Wikipedia Pages Wanting Photos 2021 — 01 Jul – 31 Aug. 2021 — Wikipedia — International Team
- Wikipedia Pages Wanting Photos 2020 — 01 Jul – 31 Aug. 2020 — Wikipedia — International Team
- Wiki Loves Folklore 2020 — 01 – 29 Feb. 2020 — Wikimedia Commons — International Team
- Wikipedia Asian Month 2019 — 01 – 30 Nov. 2019 — Maithili Wikipedia — community organizer
- Wiki Loves Monuments 2019 in Nepal — 01 – 30 Sept. 2019 — Wikimedia Commons — organizer
- Wikimedia Hackathon 2019 — 17 – 19 May, 2019 — Prague, Czech republic — scholarship recipient
- Maithili Wikipedia 4th Anniversary — 8th Nov. 2018 — Rajbiraj, Nepal — organizer
- Train the Trainer 2018 — 26th – 28th Jan. 2018 — Fortune JP Palace, Mysore — attendee
- WikiConference India 2016 — 5th – 7th Aug. 2016 — Chandigarh — attendee