Shri Guru Ravidas Janam Asthan

In India around the 15th century, Shri Guru Sant Ravidas Ji was a famous Saint, scholar, poet, social reformer, and God follower. He was a renowned leader of the North Indian Bhakti movement and one of the most recognised and leading stars of the nirguna sampradaya (Sant parampara). Through his wonderful poetry, he had delivered a range of spiritual and social messages to his loves, followers, and society at large, encouraging them to change their thoughts and demonstrate their infinite love for God.

In order to meet people’s social and spiritual demands, he was like a messiah. He was a spiritual wealthy individual who was also revered by others. They used to listen to him and repeat his magnificent songs, Padas, and other religious texts every morning and evening, as well as on his birthday anniversary celebrations and other religious festivals. For his Bhakti movement and devotional songs, he is liked and revered all across the globe, although the most respected areas are Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, and Maharashtra.

Sant Ravidas ‘s Early life.

Sant Ravidas Ji was born in the 15th century in the Seer Goverdhanpur village, Varanasi, Banaras, India, to Kalsa Devi Ji and Baba Santokh Dass Ji of the Harijan caste. However, some people believe he was born in the years 1376, 1377, or even 1399 CE, while others believe he was born in the years 1376, 1377, or even 1399 CE. Some researchers assume that he lived between 1450 to 1520 in the 15th to 16th centuries CE, based on their research. His father is a Sarpanch in Raja Nagar Mal’s Kingdom and has his own shoemaking and repair company. Every Puran Mashi (Magh Purnima) of the Magh month, the people commemorate his natal anniversary. From his early beginnings, he was fearless and dedicated to God. Later, he suffered from many challenges caused by higher caste people, which he experienced, and he used his works to educate others about the reality of life. He instilled in individuals the importance of unconditional love for their neighbours. His great followers continue to commemorate his birthday in order to remember his outstanding teachings and to reinvigorate the development of peace and fraternity across the globe. Because he was also an untouchable guru, the traditional Brahmins of Kashi forbade his attention in the early years of his teachings. People protested to the king about him as a disrupter of society. He was forbidden from speaking about God, as well as guiding or educating those who followed him.