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Celebration Of Valmiki Jayanti

Sometimes, the birth of Maharshi Valmiki is referred to as Pragat Diwas. Hindu devotees shall celebrate the day with enthusiasm. The day is celebrated with meetings and shobha yatras. Free food is offered by devotees to mark the day. Prayers are recited as well. The temples of Maharshi Valmiki are attractively decorated with different flowers of a variety of colours.. The entire atmosphere will be exciting to watch.

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Valmiki Jayanti on Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Purnima Tithi Begins - 07:03 PM on Oct 19, 2021
Purnima Tithi Ends - 08:26 PM on Oct 20, 2021

History

Valmiki is also known as Adi kavi who discovered the first verse or Sloka of the Sanskrit poetry. He is considered a great saint of the ancient world. His teachings influence people to fight against social justice.

Importance of Valmiki Jayanti

Valmiki Jayanti has great religious significance in Hinduism because it commemorates Maharishi Valmiki's unparalleled contribution. He wrote some amazing works, including the Ramayana, Mahabharata, and several Puranas. The celebration of Valmiki Jayanti is a tribute to a great saint who overcame his limitations and inspired the masses to fight for social justice through his teachings. He promoted Lord Ram's values and acknowledged Him as a man of penance and benevolence.

The Ramayana by Maharshi Valmiki

The Ramayana written by Maharishi Valmiki tells us about Shri Rama’s life – from His birth in Ayodhya and eventual return after the exile to being crowned king of Ayodhya and His rule thereafter. The time was the Treta Yuga.

The Epic consists of more than 24000 shlokas and seven chapters (Kands) – namely – Balkand, Ayodhya Kand, Aranya Kand, Kishkindha Kand, Sundar Kand, Yudha Kand, and Uttara Kand.

There is a myriad of characters in this epic, the central figures being Shri Rama, Sita Mata, Lakshman, and Hanuman Ji. Besides these, there are hundreds of others such as Raja Dashrath, his wives, Bharat, Shatrughna, Raja Janak, countless Rishis and Munis, and many, many more. All have been woven together to produce a work of art that is immortal.