Every year Valmiki Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth of the ancient Indian poet and philosopher, Valmiki. This auspicious day is celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm by the Valmiki religious group, this celebration is also known as Pragat Diwas and falls on October 31 this year.
Valmiki is called the Adi-Kavi or the first poet of the Sanskrit language. According to folklore, Maharishi Valmiki is known to be the author of the Indian epic poem Ramayana.
It is believed that Lord Rama met Valmiki during his exile at the forest and interacted with him. It is believed that Valmiki gave shelter to Goddess Sita in his hermitage after their return to Ayodhya. Luv and Khush, the twin sons of Lord Rama and Goddess Sita are said to be born here. And Maharishi Valmiki taught them the story of Ramayana.
People can celebrate Valmiki Jayanti 2020 by sharing Pargat Diwas 2020 wishes in Hindi, Happy Valmiki Jayanti messages, Pargat Diwas Shubkamnaye, Pargat Diwas 2020 WhatsApp Stickers and Facebook Status Pictures online. We have got them all here for you.
Valmiki Jayanti Wishes, Images and Messages:
Lord Valmiki’s Life Teaches Us That We Are Not Born Good or Evil, It’s Our Deeds That Determine Our Greatness.Happy Valmiki Jayanti!
Ashirvad Mile Maharishi Valmiki Se…. Vidhya Mile Maa Saraswati Se…. Dhan Mile Maa Laxmi Se Aur Shakti Mile Maa Durga Se…. Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti Mangalmay Ho!
Ramayan Ke Rachaita Ko Pranam, Sanskrit Ke Adi-Kavi Ko Pranam, Valmiki Jayanti Ki Shubhkamnaye.
Maharishi Valmiki Ne Likhi Katha Sita Aur Ram Ki…. Humko Batayi Baatein Unhone Mahapuran Ramayan Ki….. Naman Hai Unko Aur Unki Rachna Ko…. Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti Ki Shubhkamnayein.
On the Auspicious Occasion of Pargat Diwas, Let Us Seek Blessings of Maharishi Valmiki to Find the Purpose of Our Existence and Do Good Deeds for a Beautiful Tomorrow. Happy Valmiki Jayanti!
We hope that these wishes and messages will increase your festive atmosphere. Traditionally, processions of Valmiki’s pictures are paraded through the streets called Shobha Yatra.
People also enjoy singing devotional songs and offering their thank you to Maharishi Valmiki for capturing Lord Rama’s story as the Ramayana that we know and love. We wish you all a Happy Pargat Diwas 2020!