Tulsidas Jayanti 2020: Tulsidas Jayanti is celebrated in the celebration of Goswami Tulsidas throughout the year of India and this jubilee falls on the ‘Saptami’ (7th day) of Krishna Paksha and this time it is Tulsidas Jayanti on Monday, 27 July 2020. Is coming to Goswami Tulsidas Ji not only lived his life through Ram Bhagat, but Tulsidas Ji also tried to tie everyone to the ideals of Shri Rama. Goswami Tulsidas wrote Ram Katha in the folk language, considering Balmiki Ji’s creation as the basis of Ramayana. Tulsidas Jayanti came on 7 August in 2019, and for your information, Tulsidas Jayanti will come on 15 August in 2021. Today we will tell you some special things about the life of Goswami Tulsidas Ji.
- Literary work = Ramcharitmanas, Vinayapatrika, Dohavali, Kavitavali, Hanuman Chalisa, Vairagya Sandipani, Janaki Mangal, Parvati Mangal, etc.
- Religion = Hindu
About Goswami Tulsidas Life
Tulsidas Ji was born in Samvat 1589 in a village called Rajapur in the Banda district of Uttar Pradesh. His father’s name was Atmaram Dubey and his mother’s name was Hulse. Tulsidas Ji has suffered many sorrows during his youth when he was young, he loved his wife a lot from Rutmawali, due to this love, he once read a lesson to his wife and after this, it was in the goodness of Shri Ram Such Dubey became very much his own Bhagat, after which he got education from a guru, Tulsidasji spent much of his time in Chitragupta Kashi Ayodhya. Tulsidasji planned the Kafri Grantho compositions Ramlalanachchhu, Vairagyasandipani, Ramagyanaprashan, Janki-Mangal, Ramcharitmanas, Satsai, Parvati-Mangal, Geetavali, Vinay-Patrika, Krishna-Gitavali, Barwa Ramayana, Dohawali and Kavitavali. … about four hundred years ago Tulsidas Ji composed his creations. Tulsidas Ji spent his last time in Kashi and he sacrificed his body in 1680, remembering his Lord Shri Ram.