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Tulsidas wrote several popular works in Sanskrit and Awadhi ; he is best known as the author of the epic Ramcharitmanasa retelling of the Sanskrit Ramayana based on Rama ‘s life in the vernacular Awadhi dialect of Hindi. The Bhavishya Purana also predicts the incarnation of Shri Valmiki as Goswami Tulsidas in the Kaliyuga, in its verse  and also explained in detail by H.
Tulsidas spent most of his life in the city of Varanasi. He has been acclaimed as one of the greatest poets in HindiIndianand world literature.
The Sanskrit name of Tulsidas can be transliterated in two tilsidas. The lost vowels are an aspect of the Schwa deletion in Indo-Aryan languages and can vary between regions. The name is a compound of two Sanskrit words: Tulsidas himself has given only a few facts and hints about events of his life in various works. Till late nineteenth century, the two widely known ancient sources on Tulsidas’ life were the Bhaktamal tulsidaz by Nabhadas between andand a commentary on Bhaktamal titled Bhaktirasbodhini composed by Priyadas in Priyadas’ work was composed around a hundred years after the death of Tulsidas and had eleven additional stanzas, describing seven miracles or spiritual experiences from the life of Tulsidas.
The work by Bhavanidas presented more narratives in greater detail as compared to the work by Priyadas. In the s a fifth ancient account was published based on an old manuscript, the Tulsiidas Chandrika composed by Krishnadatta Misra of Varanasi in The accounts published later are not considered authentic by some modern scholars, whereas some tulsida scholars have been unwilling to dismiss them.
Together, these five works form a set of traditional biographies on which modern biographies of Tulsidas are based.
Hindi Book Dohavali By Shri Goswami Tulsidas Ji
Dohavli is believed by many to be a reincarnation of Valmiki. Nabhadas writes in his Bhaktamal literally, the Garland of bhakt or devotee that Dohxvali was the re-incarnation of Valmiki in the Kali Yuga. According to a traditional account, Hanuman went to Valmiki numerous times to hear him sing the Ramayana, but Valmiki turned down the request saying that Hanuman being a monkey was unworthy of hearing the epic.
There he scripted a play version of the Ramayana called Mahanataka or Hanuman Nataka engraved on the Himalayan rocks using his nails. Hanuman was saddened at Valmiki’s state of mind and, being a true bhakta without any desire for glory, Hanuman cast all the rocks into dohava,i ocean, some parts of which are believed to be available today as Hanuman Nataka. Tulsidas was born on saptamithe seventh day of shukla pakshathe bright half of the lunar Hindu calendar month Shraavana July—August.
Most sources identify him as a Saryupareen Brahmin of the Parashar Gotra lineagealthough some sources claim he was a Kanyakubja or Sanadhya Brahmin. There is difference of opinion among biographers regarding the year of birth of Tulsidas. Biographers who disagree with this year argue that it makes the life span of Tulsidas equal years, which in their opinion is unlikely if not impossible.
In contrast, Ramchandra Shukla says that an age of is not impossible for a Mahatma great soul like Tulsidas. The Government of India and provincial governments celebrated the th birth anniversary of Tulsidas ddohavali the year CE, according to the year of Tulsidas’ birth in popular culture.
Legend goes that Tulsidas was born after staying in the womb for twelve months, he had all thirty two teeth in his mouth at birth, his health and looks were like that of a five-year-old boy, and he did not cry at the time of his birth but uttered Rama instead. Chuniya took the child to her village of Haripur and looked after him for five and a half years after which she died. At the age of five years, Rambola was adopted by Narharidas, a Vaishnava ascetic of Ramananda ‘s monastic order who is believed to be the fourth disciple of Ramananda,  or alternately, the disciple of Anantacharya.
Tulsidas started his learning at Ayodhya. After some time, Narharidas took him to a particular Varaha Kshetra Soron a holy place with temple dedicated to Varaha — the boar avatar of Vishnuwhere he first narrated the Ramayana to Tulsidas. Most authors identify the Varaha Kshetra referred to by Tulsidas with the Sookarkshetra is the Soron Varaha Kshetra in modern-day Kasganj Tulsidas further mentions in the Ramcharitmanas that his guru repeatedly narrated the Ramayana to him, which led him to understand it somewhat.
Tulsidas later came to dobavali sacred city of Varanasi and studied Sanskrit grammarfour Vedassix VedangasJyotisha and the six schools of Hindu philosophy over a period of 15—16 years from guru Shesha Sanatana who was based at the Pancaganga Ghat in Varanasi.
There are two contrasting views regarding the marital status of Tulsidas. When Tulsidas came to know this, he swam across the Yamuna river in the night to meet his wife. Here, he renounced the Grihastha householder’s life stage and became a Sadhu Hindu ascetic. Some authors consider the marriage episode of Tulsidas to be a later interpolation and maintain that he was a bachelor. After renunciation, Tulsidas spent most of his time at Varanasi, Prayag, Ayodhya, and Chitrakuta but visited many other nearby and far-off places.
He travelled across India to many places, studying different people, meeting saints and Sadhus and meditating. Tulsidas hints at several places in his works, that he had met face to face with Hanuman and Rama.
On his return to the city, he used to offer the remaining water to a certain tree. This quenched the thirst of a Preta a type of ghost believed to be ever thirsty for waterwho appeared to Tulsidas and offered him a boon.
However, the Preta said that he could guide Tulsidas to Hanuman, who could grant the boon Tulsidas asked for. The Preta told Tulsidas that Hanuman comes everyday disguised in the mean attire of a leper to listen to his Katha, he is the first to arrive and last to leave.
That evening Tulsidas noted that the first listener to arrive at his discourse was an old leper, who sat at the end of the gathering. After the Katha was over, Tulsidas quietly followed the leper to the woods. In the woods, at the spot where the Sankat Mochan Temple stands today,   Tulsidas firmly fell at the leper’s feet, shouting “I know who you are” and “You cannot escape me”.
Then the leper revealed his original form of Hanuman and blessed Tulsidas. When granted a boon, Tulsidas told Hanuman he wanted to see Rama face to face. Hanuman told him to go to Chitrakuta where he would see Rama with his own eyes. At the beginning of the Ramcharitmanas, Tulsidas bows down to a particular Preta and asks for his grace Ramcharitmanas, Doha 1.
According to Rambhadracharya, this is the same Preta which led Tulsidas to Hanuman. As per Priyadas’ account, Tulsidas followed the instruction of Hanumana and started living in an Ashram at Ramghat in Chitrakuta.
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One day Tulsidas went to perform the Parikrama circumambulation of the Kamadgiri mountain. He saw two princes, one dark and the other fair, dressed in green robes pass by mounted on horsebacks.
Tulsidas was enraptured at the sight, however he could not recognise them and took his eyes off them. Later Hanuman asked Tulsidas if he saw Rama and his brother Lakshmana on horses. Tulsidas was disappointed and repentful. Hanuman assured Tulsidas that he would have the sight of Rama once again the next morning. Tulsidas was making sandalwood paste when a child came and asked for a sandalwood Tilaka a religious mark on the forehead.
This time Hanuman gave a hint to Tulsidas and he had a full view of Rama. Tulsidas was so charmed that he forgot about the sandalwood. Rama took the sandalwood paste and put a Tilaka himself on his forehead and Tulsidas’ forehead before disappearing.
In a verse in the VinayapatrikaTulsidas alludes to a certain “miracle at Chitrakuta”, and thanks Rama for what he did for him at Chitrakuta. Six days after the Mela ended, he had the Darshan of the sages Yajnavalkya and Bharadvaja under a banyan tree. Most stories about Tulsidas tend to be apocryphal, and have been carried forward by word of mouth. None of them were related by Tulsi himself, thus making it difficult to separate fact from lore and fiction. In Priyadas’ biography, Tulsidas is attributed with the power of working miracles.
He asked everybody present to close their eyes and uttered the name of lord Ramaon doing which the dead Brahmin was raised back to life. Tulsidas was acclaimed in his lifetime to be a reincarnation of Valmikithe composer of the original Ramayana in Sanskrit.
In another miracle described by Priyadas, the emperor of Delhi, Akbar summoned Tulsidas on hearing of his bringing back a dead man to life.
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The emperor agreed and moved back to Delhi. Priyadas narrates a miracle of Tulsidas at Vrindavan, when he visited a temple of Krishna. He told Tulsidas that he who bows down to any deity except their Ishta Devata cherished form of divinity is a fool, as Tulsidas’ Ishta Devata was Rama. When Tulsidas recited this couplet, the idol of Krishna holding the flute and stick in hands changed to the idol of Rama holding the bow and arrow in hands. Tulsidas started composing poetry in Sanskrit in Varanasi on the Prahlada Ghat.
Tradition holds that all the verses that he composed during the day, would get lost in the night. This happened daily for eight days. On the eighth night, Shiva — whose famous Kashi Vishwanath Temple is located in Varanasi — is believed to have ordered Tulsidas in a dream to compose poetry in the vernacular instead of Sanskrit.
Tulsidas woke up and saw both Shiva and Parvati who blessed him. Shiva ordered Tulsidas to go to Ayodhya and compose poetry in Awadhi. Shiva also predicted that Tulsidas’ poetry would fructify like the Sama Veda. Tulsidas is also credited with having composed a number of wise sayings and dohas containing lessons for life.
A popular one among them is:. Tulsi tahan na jaiye, chahe kanchan barse megh. A place where people are not happy or welcoming when you come, where their eyes have no affection for you, Don’t go there, even if a mountain of gold is showered.
In the year Vikram CETulsidas started composing the Ramcharitmanas in Ayodhya on Tuesday, Ramnavami day ninth day of the bright half of the Chaitra month, which is the birthday of Rama. Tulsidas himself attests this date in the Ramcharitmanas. A popular legend goes that the Brahmins of Varanasi, who were critical of Tulsidas for having rendered the Sanskrit Ramayana in the Awadhi, decided to test the worth of the work.
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A manuscript of the Ramcharitmanas was kept at the bottom of pile of Sanskrit scriptures in the sanctum sanctorum of the Vishvanath temple in the night, and the doors of the sanctum sanctorum were locked. In the morning when the doors were opened, the Ramcharitmanas was found at the top of tulsivas pile. The words Satyam Shivam Sundaram Sanskrit: The words were also heard by the people present.
Per tulsivas accounts, some Brahmins of Varanasi were still not satisfied, and sent two thieves to steal the manuscript. Around Vikram CETulsidas was afflicted by acute tulsidxs all over his body, especially in his arms. He then composed the Hanuman Bahukwhere he describes his bodily pain and suffering in several stanzas. Later he was also afflicted by Bartod boils Tulsidqs The Vinaypatrika is considered as the last compositions of Tulsidas, believed to be written when Kali Yuga started troubling him.
Tulsidas attests in the last stanza of Vinaypatrika that Rama himself signed the manuscript of the work. Like the year of his birth, traditional accounts and biographers do not agree on the exact date of his death.