Tulsidas, a Hindu poet-saint who was counted amongst the greatest poets in Hindi, Indian, and other sorts of literature in the world. He was best known for his keen dedication to Lord Rama and also as the author of the epic ‘Ramcharitmanas’, a retelling of the Sanskrit ‘Ramayana’ in the light of Rama’s life in the vernacular Awadhi.
There are numerous legends encompassing the birth and early existence of Tulsidas and he is accepted to have met Hanuman, and through his elegance, had a dream of Lord Rama. Tulsidas was a much-acclaimed writer and the effect of his works keeps on reflecting in the workmanship, culture, and society in India.
Remembering him on his 397th death anniversary, here are some of his major works in literature apart from ‘Ramcharitramanas’. Let’s take a dig.
It has an assortment of Kavitas in Braja. Much the same as the epic, Ramcharitmanas, it likewise has seven books and numerous scenes.
It has an assortment of 328 Braja melodies partitioned into seven books and all are of Hindustani old style music type.
It has an assortment of 573 random Doha and Sortha in Braja and Awadhi. Out of all-around 85 Dohas of it are likewise remembered for the Ramcharitmanas.
It has an assortment of 279 Braja verses. Out of all, around 43 songs are taken care of by the assortment of divinities, Rama’s subjects, and specialists.
Krishna Gitavali or Krishnavali
It has an assortment of 61 Braja melodies particularly for Krishna. Out of the 61, 32 melodies are committed to the youth and Rasa Lila of Krishna.
Quick Facts About Tulsi Das:
- Tulsi Das was born with a full set of 32 teeth.
- He was in his Mother’s Womb for about a year.
- At the point when he was brought into the world the primary word he expressed was Ram.
- Tulsi Das died while chanting Lord Ram’s name.
- It took 2 years and 6 months for him to write Ramcharitramanas.