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Overview of Tulsidas Jivan Parichay
Tulsidas was a 16th-century Indian poet and saint who lived in the northern Indian city of Varanasi (also known as Banaras or Kashi). He is best known for his retelling of the Hindu epic “Ramayana” in the form of a devotional poem called “Ramcharitmanas.”
Tulsidas was born into a Brahmin family and is said to have had a deep love and devotion for the Hindu god Rama from a young age. Despite facing numerous obstacles and difficulties, he remained steadfast in his devotion and is said to have received divine inspiration to compose “Ramcharitmanas.”
The “Ramcharitmanas” is considered to be one of the greatest works of Hindu literature, and is widely regarded as a masterpiece of devotional poetry. It is written in the Awadhi language and uses a unique form of poetry that blends Hindu devotional themes with elements of Bhakti spirituality.
In addition to his literary contributions, Tulsidas is also revered as a saint in the Hindu tradition. He is said to have lived a simple and ascetic life, and to have spent much of his time in devotion and meditation. He is believed to have performed numerous miracles and to have helped many people through his spiritual guidance and blessings.
Tulsidas’s life and works continue to inspire millions of people in India and around the world. He is regarded as one of the greatest saints and poets in the Hindu tradition, and is remembered for his deep devotion, wisdom, and compassion.
Famous compositions of Tulsidas ji:
- Hanuman Chalisa
- Barvai Ramayana
- poetry book
- Shri Krishna-Gitavali
- Chhandavali Ramayana
- Kundalia Ramayana
- Ram Shalaka
- crisis response
- Karkha Ramayana
- Rolla Ramayana
- Chhappay Ramayana
- Kavitta Ramayana
- kalidharmadharma formulation
Tulsidas Ji Ke Dohe:
बिना तेज के पुरुष की,… अवशि अवज्ञा होय ।
आगि बुझे ज्यों राख की,… आप छुवै सब कोय ।।
Means – No one gives importance to the talk of a person without sharpness, no one obeys his orders. Just like, when the fire of ashes is extinguished, everyone starts touching it.
तुलसी साथी विपत्ति के,… विद्या विनय विवेक ।
साहस सुकृति सुसत्यव्रत,… राम भरोसे एक ।।
Means – Tulsidas ji says that in calamity means in difficult times, these things support man. Knowledge, polite behavior, discretion, courage, good deeds, your truth and the name of Rama (Lord).
काम क्रोध मद लोभ की जौ लौं मन में खान ।
तौ लौं पण्डित मूरखौं तुलसी एक समान ।।
That is – as long as the person’s mind is filled with lust, anger, ego, and greed. Till then there is no difference between a wise man and a foolish man, both are the same.
आवत ही हरषै नहीं नैनन नहीं सनेह ।
तुलसी तहां न जाइये कंचन बरसे मेह ।।
Means – the place or the house where people are not happy when you go and there is neither love nor affection for you in the eyes of those people. We should never go there, even if it rains money there.
मो सम दीन न दीन हित तुम्ह समान रघुबीर
अस बिचारि रघुबंस मनि हरहु बिषम भव भीर ॥
Means – O Raghuveer, there is no one as poor as me and there is no one like you who does good to the poor. Thinking like this, O Raghuvansh Mani.. remove the terrible sorrow of my birth and death.
कामिहि नारि पिआरि जिमि लोभिहि प्रिय जिमि दाम ।
तिमि रघुनाथ निरंतर प्रिय लागहु मोहि राम ॥
Means – Like a person who is subject to work likes a woman and a greedy person likes money. Similarly, O Raghunath, O Ram, you are always dear to me.
सो कुल धन्य उमा सुनु जगत पूज्य सुपुनीत ।
श्रीरघुबीर परायन जेहिं नर उपज बिनीत ।।
Means – O Uma, listen that family is blessed, worshiped by the world and very pious (holy), in which humble people who worship Shri Ram (Raghuveer) from their heart are born.