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Sri Ramcharitamanas Paath

Tulsidas, an Indian bhakti poet from the 16th century, wrote the epic poem Ramcharitmanas in the Awadhi language, which is based on the Ramayana (c. 1532–1623). In common usage, this work is also known as Tulsi Ramayana, Tulsikrit Ramayana, or Tulsidas Ramayana. Ramcharitmanas, which literally translates to "Lake of the Deeds of Rama," One of the best pieces of Hindu literature, according to many. The book has received praise for being "the living embodiment of Indian culture," "the tallest tree in the magical garden of mediaeval Indian poetry," "the greatest book of all devotional literature," and "the best and most reliable guide to the prevalent living faith of the Indian people," among other accolades.

Tulsidas was a renowned Sanskrit expert. While few people could comprehend Sanskrit at the time, several Apabhramsa languages had sprung from it, therefore he wanted the Rama story to be understandable to everyone. Tulsidas chose to write in Awadhi in order to make the Ramayana as understandable to the layperson as it is to the academic.

According to tradition, Tulsidas was subjected to harsh criticism for writing bhasha (vernacular) poetry by Varanasi's Sanskrit experts. Tulsidas, however, remained unwavering in his determination to make the information found in the Vedas, Upanishads, and Puranas understandable to the average person. His work was thereafter well received.

The Rama narrative was made available to the common man by Ramcharitmanas for singing, contemplation, and performance. The creation of the Ramcharitmanas also marked the beginning of other cultural customs, most notably the tradition of Ramlila, or the dramatic performance of the poem. Many people believe that Ramcharitmanas is a piece of Hindi literature from the Saguna school of the Bhakti movement.

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