Tulsidas Jayanti 2022: Quotes, Wishes, Images, Messages, Greetings, Posters: The birth anniversary of Goswami Tulsidas is being celebrated on Thursday, 4th August 2022. According to the Panchang, Tulsidas Jayanti is celebrated every year on the Saptami Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Sawan month. Tulsidas Jayanti is celebrated all over India in the memory of Goswami Tulsidas, the author of the great book Ramcharitmanas. Tulsidas was a great saint-poet of Hindi literature and Ramcharit Manas is his pride book. It is also said that Tulsidas ji did not cry at birth and had thirty two teeth in his mouth. Tulsidas ji was a devotee of Lord Shri Ram. He was greatly impressed by Rama’s dignity, valor and love for the common man. His father’s name was Atmaram and mother’s name was Hulse Devi.
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Tulsidas Jayanti 2022: Quotes, Wishes, Images, Messages, Greetings, Posters
Goswami Tulsidas was a holy character renowned for his good works. Happy Tulsidas Jayanti 2021 wishes to all of you.
Tulsidas is claimed to have encountered Lord Hanuman and received Lord Ram’s holy darshan. Let us remember the great saint on his Jayanti.
‘No virtue is equal to the good of others and no vice greater than hurting others.’ – Tulsidas
It is widely held that Lord Hanuman helped Saint Tulsidas in the composition of the Ramcharitmanas. Happy Tulsidas Jayanti 2021 Wishes to everyone.
Lord Ram Was Known To The Average Man Due To Tulsidas’ Ramcharitmanas’ Simple Recitation And Meaning. Wishes On Tulsidas Jayanti.
‘All the sleepers in a night of dilution beholding so many dreams. In this world of darkness, only those who sever themselves from the material world, become absorbed in the contemplation of the supreme. None can be regarded as really woken up from sleep till they have renounced all sensuous delights.’ – Tulsidas