language is used by Tulsidas for Ramayana?
Goswami Tulsidas wrote Ramcharitmanas
(the retelling of Ramayana) in the vernacular Awadhi language. It consists of
seven episodes called “Kandas”. The first two episodes Baal Kand (Childhood
episode) and Ayodhya
Kand (Ayodhya Episode) are the longest and make up more than half of the
work. The remaining episodes are Aranya Kand (Forest Episode), Kiskindha Kand (Kishkindha
Kand (Pleasant Episode), Lanka Kand (Lanka Episode), and Uttar Kand (Later
Episode). Ramcharitmanas is revered as the best devotional book in Indian
literature that praises Lord Ram, the Supreme Lord.
is Tulsidas, the writer?
Goswami Tulsidas was a famous Hindu saint and
poet. He was a staunch devotee of Lord Ram and wrote many works on His glories
in Sanskrit and Awadhi. The two main popular works of Tulsidas are Hanuman
Chalisa and Ramcharitmanas. He is revered in the Ramanandi Vaishnava sect
as an authorized Acharya. Other major works written by Goswami Tulsidas are
Barvai Ramayan, Krishna Gitavali, Vairagya Sandipani, Dohavali, Parvati Mangal,
and Vinaya Patrika. Through his literary works, he elucidated the chanting of
the holy name of Lord Ram to be the only means of liberation in the age of
are the famous lines from Ramcharitmanas by Tulsidas?
Ramcharitmanas is a well-known
devotional poem in Indian literature written by Tulsidas Ji
which is dedicated to Lord Shri Ram. It elaborately describes the pastimes of
the Lord. Some of the famous lines from Ramcharitmanas are “Mangal Bhavan Amangal Haari, Drubahu su Dasrath Achar
Bihari”, “Jaki Rahi Bhavna
Jaisi, Prabhu Murti dekhi Tinh Taisi”, “Baar Baar magaun kar Jorein,
Manu pariharai charan jari bhorein”, “Komal chitt ati deenadayala, Karan binu
Raghunath kripala. Geedh adham khaga aamish bhogi, Gati deenhi jo jachat jogi”.
wrote Ramayana Tulsidas or Valmiki?
Ramayana was originally written by Valmiki,
a great saint, in the Sanskrit
language. It is regarded as a great epic in the Vedic literature
elaborately describing the pastimes of Lord Shri Ram. Later, in the 15th
or 16th century, Goswami Tulsidas, another great saint and poet,
composed a poem called Ramcharitmanas. It is basically the retelling of Ramayana but
in the Awadhi language. It is believed that Ramayana was written in Treta Yuga
while Ramcharitmanas was written in Kali Yuga.
which language Ramayana was written by Tulsidas?
Goswami Tulsidas, a staunch devotee of Lord Ram, was
a saint who appeared in Kali Yuga. He is believed to be an incarnation of
Valmiki, the author of the original Ramayana. Valmiki wrote Ramayana in
Sanskrit while Tulsidas composed a poem called Ramcharitmanas, reproducing the
story of Ramayana. Ramcharitmanas was written in Vernacular Awadhi and the
Chaupai (quatrain verse) format was used. While both Ramcharitmanas and
Ramayana are dedicated to the glorious pastimes of Lord Ram, they are not by no
Q6. What is the difference between Tulsidas
Ramayana and Valmiki Ramayana?
Although both Valmiki
Ramayana and Ramcharitmanas
(Ramayana retold by sage Tulsidas) are based on the detailed pastimes of Lord
Shri Ram, there are a few key differences between the two. The first difference
is that Tulsidas’ Ramayana was written in Kaliyuga in the Awadhi language while
the original Ramayana was written by Valmiki in Treta Yuga in Sanskrit. In the
original Ramayana, sage Valmiki mentioned that the original Mother Sita was
kidnapped by the demon Ravana. According to Ramcharitmanas, it was not the
original Sita but her clone that was kidnapped by Ravana.
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