Tulsidas Jayanti 2022: Goswami Tulsidas is popularly known as Tulsidas. He was a great Hindu saint and a highly knowledgeable poet. He is remembered in the field of art and culture. According to the Hindu calendar, Tulsidas the poet was born on the seventh day of Krishna Paksha in the month of Shravan. According to the Gregorian calendar, this day falls in the month of July or August. This year Tulsidas Jayanti is falling on 4th August.
Birth of Sant Tulsidas
Tulsidas was born in 1859 or 1532 AD in Rajpura in Banda district of Uttar Pradesh. His father’s name was Atmaram Shukla Dubey and mother’s name was Hulsi. It is said that Tulsidas did not cry at the time of his birth and he was born with all 32 teeth. As a child, he was named Tulsidas or Rambola. Tulsidas wrote 12 books and the most famous is Ramcharitmanas. It is a major literary work in Hindi and has played a major role in the development of the language.
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Significance of Tulsidas Jayanti
Tulsidas made one of the two major epics of ancient India accessible to the public. The significance of this day is to create awareness among the generations to come about their works as well as their impact on the end. On this day people recite Shlokas of Shri Ramcharitmanas in Hanuman and Ram temples. This day throws light on the works of the poet.
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Various compositions of Sant Tulsidas
- Tulsidas composed the Ramcharitmanas and divided it into 7 sections.
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Written in Awadhi language, Hanuman Chalisa was written by poet Tulsidas in Hindi. Reading which even today, everyone worships Hanuman ji. Along with Hanuman Chalisa, Tulsidas also composed Bajrang Baan. Apart from this, he also wrote many poems and hymns. Which today people sing with great reverence.
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