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Valmiki Jayanti: Saga Valmiki is the first poet, is the author of the Hindu Ramayana. The birth anniversary is celebrated as Valmiki Jayanti. He also appears as one of the characters in it, as a monk who received Sita, Lord Rama’s wife, into his hermitage and taught her sons, Luv and Kush during their exile period. Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti, also known as Pargat Diwas, is celebrated annually by Valmiki religious gatherings. this is celebrated in remembrance of the famous, old Indian artist, poet, and philosopher. This day falls on the full moon Purnima of the Ashwin month which is usually in the month of September or October. Celebrate this day by educating people and raising awareness about this important day and share your thoughts on social media using hashtags #ValmikiJayanti.

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Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti 2021: Date and time

Purnima Tithi begins- October 19 at 19:03
Purnima Tithi ends- October 20 at 20:26
Sunrise- 06:11
Sunset- 17:46

Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti 2021: Significance

Valmiki was born in a Brahmin family of Bhrigu gotra. His father was Pracheta,( in some texts Sumali is mentioned) and he was given the name Agni Sharma. According to legend he was influenced by Narada and with chanting of word " Mara" he performed penance, During several years of penance the word Mara became "Rama", the name of Lord Vishnu. He learnt the scriptures from Narada and became the ascetics.

According to Nagara Khanda of Skanda Purana Valmiki was born in a Brahmin family and was named Lohajangha. He was a devoted son and was having a devoted wife. Due to twelve long years of no rains in the drought conditions, Lohajangha started robbing people in the forest for the sake of hungry family. In jungle he tried to rob the seven sages Saptarishi. One of the sage Pulaha convinced him to meditate and gave him a mantra also. He started chanting with devotion for several years. He was so engrossed in his penance that ant-hills came around his body. On their return journey sages blessed him with the title Valmiki.