Valmiki Jayanti, celebrated on the whole moon night or Purnima of the Ashwin month, which falls on October 9 this year, sees the Hindu community worldwide celebrating the birth of the great sage-poet Valmiki. Also known as ‘Pragat Diwas,’ the day is marked with processions or ‘Shobha Yatras,’ in which devotees of the sage sing hymns and songs to celebrate his legend. India, especially the northern part, is a sight to behold on this day as it is completely immersed in devotional festivities.
Lord Rama inspires and is revered by Hindus worldwide, and his life story is celebrated in Indian homes. On Valmiki Jayanti, Hindus respect the person who brought Lord Rama’s story to the world. The title ‘Maharishi,’ meaning ‘great monk’ in Sanskrit, is bestowed on sage Valmiki for composing the epic “Ramayana.” Around the 5th century B.C., he encapsulated Lord Rama’s story in the immortal epic “Ramayana.” He compiled the epic in the Sanskrit language across 24,000 ‘shlokas’ or verses and 7 ‘kandas’ or cantos.
Even though there is no known record of his exact birth date, Valmiki Jayanti is celebrated annually on the full moon day during the Ashwin month of the Hindu lunar calendar. This is because legend has it that the sage’s face had a glow resembling the shine of the full moon. The day falls between September and October on the Gregorian calendar.
On this day every year, Hindus partake in the ‘Shobha Yatras’ as devotees and followers of the Valmiki sect sing songs extolling the sage and Lord Rama’s virtues. At many Rama temples across India, verses from the “Ramayana” are recited. A portrait of Valmiki, depicting a monk with a glowing face clad in saffron-colored robes, and busily writing on a leaf with a quill, grace the festivities. The atmosphere is steeped in devotion.
Shobha Yatras and “Ramayana” recitals fill the air with devotion and spirituality. It relaxes the mind and soul and temporarily frees us from the clutches of materiality. The ephemeral experience has the effect of relaxing and de-stressing our anxious minds.
For tourists and people on a spiritual journey to India, it is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The day displays the vibrant culture of India’s Hindu community. It gives visitors a glimpse into why the country is a prime spiritual destination.
The celebrations and festivities on the day stoke curiosity. It is an excellent opportunity to introduce the subject of God and religion to children. Grown-ups can explain the significance of the epic “Ramayana” and the greatness of Lord Rama.
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