Tulsi Bhagat is a Wikimedian from Nepal. He is an administrator on the Wikimedia Commons, MediaWiki, Nepali and Maithili Wikipedia. He is engaged in Wikimedia movement since 2014. His home wiki projects are Maithili Wikipedia (mai.wikipedia.org) & Nepali Wikipedia (ne.wikipedia.org), but he is mostly active on the small Wikimedia projects.
As an open source enthusiast, 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 based world.
As a member of SWMT, he has been combating cross-wiki vandalism, spam, trolling and report it to Stewards. He has 85,000+ total edits across Wikimedia projects, which made him one of the top contributors from Nepal. Moreover, he is the first featured Wikimedian who has taken personal challenges i.e. 100WikiDays and 7HumanRightsWikiDays and successfully completed it.
Technology and technical work always attracts him to enter and explore the possibilities. He is also active on Wikimedia Phabricator, where he generally fixes and patch Wikimedia bugs. Apart from his online contribution, He is also active in offline Wikimedia events and activities. In 2018, he started as a resource person involving with Mediawiki Awareness and Training in Indic Projects. He played a key role in organizing Wikicamp Nepal 2018 in Lahan. Moreover, he has guided, organized & taken part on various online & offline events such as Wikipedia Education Programmes, Mission 10, Wiki-a-thon, Wiki Loves Earth in Nepal, Women Edit-a-thon, Wikidata's 4th Birthday, Maithili Wikipedia Anniversary events, Wiki Loves Monuments and so on. He participated in WikiConference India 2016 and Train The Trainer 2018 as a full scholarship participant.