Biography of Tulsidas
Tulsidas, who translated Ramayana from
Goswami Tulsidas was also the author
Early Life of Tulsidas
Introduction of Tulsidas
Full name - Goswami Tulsidas
Birth - Savant 1589
Place of Birth: Rajapur, Chitrakoot - Uttar Pradesh
Father’s Name - Atmaram
Mother’s Name -
Wife (Tulsidas Wife’s Name):
Marriage - With Ratnavati.
Death of Tulsidas: 1623 AD (
At the time of his birth, there were entire teeth in his mouth, due to his being rejected by his parents, Sant Narharidas had raised him in Kashi.
Tulsidas has provided
After this, in 1712,
Literary life of Tulsidas
Tulsidas has constructed a memorial in Chitrakoot on the Tulsi Manas temple. After this he started writing poems in Sanskrit in Varanasi. It is believed that Lord Shiva himself ordered Tulsidas to write his poems in mother tongue instead of Sanskrit. It is said that when Tulsidas opened his eyes, he saw that both Shiva and Parvati gave them their blessings and said that they went to Ayodhya and wrote their poems in the duration of the language.
Tulsidas died in the month of Sawan (July or August) in the year 1623, on the banks of river Ganga, on the Assee Ghaat.
Nobody gives importance to the matter of a drunken person, no one cares for his command. Just like when the fire of fire is extinguished, everybody touches it.
Meaning: - Tulsidas ji said that the religion would arise from compassion and pride only gives birth to sin, as long as there is life in the human body, compassion should never leave.