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Goswami's birth anniversary being celebrated at Tulsi Ghat today: Akbar also came to Varanasi and affected by the psyche; Gold coin run under the name of Ramsia

Goswami's birth anniversary being celebrated at Tulsi Ghat today: Akbar also came to Varanasi and affected by the psyche; Gold coin run under the name of Ramsia

August 4th 2022, 6:21 am
Amitesh Kumar

Goswami Tulsidas's birth anniversary is being celebrated in Varanasi today. Where Tulsighat used to live, today he was duly worshiped and performed the recitation of Shri Ramcharitmanas and Ramayana Aarti. He stayed for more than 25 years in Goswami Tulsidas Varanasi. Created more than 40 texts. The entire Kishkindha scandal of the psyche was written under the Peepal tree in Tulsighat here.

He was also interviewed by Bajrang Bali, where the Sankat Mochan Temple was built. Goswami Tulsidas renounced his body on the banks of the Assi river and the Ganges in 1680. Today is not an eighty river but a drain. There is also a chaupai written on his body sacrifice, "Samvat sixteen hundred Asi, Asi Gang's arrows, Shravan Shukla Saptami Tulsi Tajyo Sarir." Later that place was named Tulsighat. >

Kaushal Kishore Mishra, a former Dean Professor of Social Science at Kashi Hindu University, says that King himself came to Kashi in 1594 AD after hearing his influence. Akbar's Finance Minister Todarmal was also present. Akbar printed a gold coin named Ramsia in 1604 after the same Bhat. In this coin, the picture of Lord Rama and Sita on one side is inscribed in the Nagari script on the other side. Lord Rama has a bow in his hand on this coin and mother Sita flowers. It is said that Tulsidas presented the original copy of Sri Ramcharitmanas to King Todarmal. At this time, Kashiraj's Saraswati is kept in the locker of the store room.

Sri Ramcharit Manas writing started in Ayodhya on Vikram Samvat 1639 i.e. 1547 AD on Ram Navami. It took 2 years, 7 months and 26 days to complete the psyche. He completed it on the day of Rama marriage on Margashirsha Shuklapaksha in 1576 AD. Mishra says that Tulsi Das said that in Kashi, the city of Shiva, he tied Shaiva, Shakta and Vaishnav in one thread. At that time there were a lot of differences between the followers of these opinions. Ram devotees used to oppose the worship of Shiva many times. Seeing this, Tulsidas composed, "Shiva mamm das kahava." So Jan Mehi Sapnehu Nahi Bhava. "That is," The one who has enmity with the devotee Shiva does not even listen to me. " > Tulsidas's memories have been saved in Kashi even today. Here the outpost of Tulsi, on which he used to do Arat. The boat with which he crossed the Ganges was blunt, standing and the statue of Bal Hanuman installed by him. Even today, both the time is duly worshiped. Devotees and tourists come from far and wide to worship. Acharya Ramchandra Shukla, the pioneer of Hindi literature, has considered 12 of these texts as authentic. In this, Dohawali, Kavitavali, Krishna Geetavali, Gitavali, Ramcharit Manas Parvati Mangal, Janaki Mangal, Ramajhaprashan, Numan Bahuk, Vinay Jagya, Vairagya Sandipani and Ramlala did not go to defecation.

Outside Kashi

Prof. Mishra told that Tulsidas considered Kashi so sacred that never used to make defecation and small doubts here. He used to cross the river by boat.