Goswami Tulsidas (1964) Xvid 2cd - Eng Subs - 1.43G [DDR ]

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Goswami Tulsidas (1964) Xvid 2cd - Eng Subs - 1.43G [DDR ]

CAST:-
Shahu Modak
Jaymala
P. Kailash
Tun Tun (Uma Devi)
Sadhna Khote

Directed by Adarsh
Music by S. N. Tripati

Songs are included in MP3s
01. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Shree Ram Jai Ram
02. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Twamewa Mata
03. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Maan Tumhar Hai Prabhukara
04. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Bhojpuri Song
05. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Kown Gaya Bijli Ki
06. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Kehte Hai
07. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Nainan Kahe Duno Gagan
08. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Sun Is Sansar Maa
09. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Kahan Doondi Tumhe
10. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Chitrakoot Ke Ghat Par
11. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Man Maa Apeer Nainan Mein
12. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Jehi Tumh Rath Siddhi Hoye
13. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Awo Re Awo Re
14. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Jai Raghunandan Jai Seeya Ram
15. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Hey Antaryami Main Tumri Charno
16. Goswami Tulsidas 1964_Sawan Shukla Saptami

GOSWAMI TULSIDAS (1532-1623) Mini Biography:-
Tulsidas was one of the best poets ever to have graced Bharat. His verses were written in Hindi and accessible to everyone. He is well known for the work, which was referred to as the greatest book ever written by Gandhiji, 'Ramacharita manasa'

Tulsidas was born in the year 1532 to a brahmin family in the town of Rajapur. He suffered separation from his parents at a very young age and was not taken care of by his relatives. He came into contact with some saints who advised him to surrender to Lord Rama. Thus, he got associated with a Hanuman temple and ate whatever was given to him. Not much is known about Tulasi's guru, but he met him in Sukarkheta. Since tulasidas was not mentally equipped at that time for complex philosophies, his guru advised him to take up the path of devotion to Rama. As time grew on, Tulasi's love for Rama grew deeper and deeper.

However, in his youth, he got married to a woman named Ratnavali. Once his wife went to stay with her parents for a while. Tulsi, not being able to bear the separation, went to meet her. Ratnavali is said to admonished Tulasi by saying 'I am just a bag of flesh and bones. Why are you so attracted to it ? Why don't you love Lord Rama with the same fervor?' This type of retort is not typical of Indian wives _at least during that time_. One wonders whether Ratnavali was itself spiritually inclined or whether God determined it was the appropriate time for Tulasi to leave the family life. Anyway, Tulsidas contemplated on this remark and left all connections with the family life.

After bidding goodbye to family life, he lived in Chitrakuta for some time before 1564. He used to go around houses for alms. One day, he came to the house where his wife and father-in-law lived, but he did not recognize them. Though the wife recognized him, she just gave him alms and food. When she insisted that he partake spices like pepper, salt etc, he replied that he had his own supply of spices in his possession. 

Early next morning, when Tulsidas was preparing to leave the house, his wife requested him to take her with him. But, he refused saying that he has renounced family life. Ratnavali was angered and remarked, 'You have spices in your possession, but not wife. What kind of renunciate are you ?.' Tulsidas recognized the folliness of being attached to food, and thanked his wife for the lesson and threw away all his remaining possessions. He, then, migrated to Kashi. Scholars have rightly pointed out that Ramacharita manasa would never have been written if not for Ratnavali's remarks. Though he made several pilgrimages throughout the
country, his permanent residence was in Kashi. He commenced writing rama charita manasa in Ayodhya but came back to Kashi.

Nabhaji, the author of Bhaktamala (1600), writes that Tulsidas was an incarnation of Valmiki itself born again to explain Ramayana in the vernacular langauge. This raise in his fame naturally created many enemies, who attacked his caste, his asceticism etc, but Tulasi does not seem to have been bothered by this.

Tulsidas was a personification of humility. He declares in the Manasa that he is no poet and he is imperfect and only sings the excellence of Rama according to his poor wit and understanding. This is the case in his other works Gitavali (1571), Kavitavali (1612), Barvairamayana (1612) and one of the best works, Vinaya Patrika (request to Rama). Tulsi, should not, however, be considered partial to Rama in exclusion to others. He appreciated the diverse tenets of Saiva, advaita and samkhya philosophies. He authored 22 different works. He never became attracted to miracles or money. Once the powerful king Jahangir offered him money in return for the performance of some miracles. Tulasi retorted 'Who needs money when one has the love of / and for / Rama ? What use is miracles before his glory ?'

In Kashi, he became the head of the monastery in lolarka kunda and was designated 'Gosain.' Around 1612, he started to suffer from acute arm pain, boils causing uprooting of his hair and also seems to have suffered from the epidemic in the local area. Having dedicated his life to Lord Rama, these were considered to mere trifles and Tulasi passed away on the third day of the dark fortnight in the month of Shravana in 1623. 

NOSTALGIA 1964
- National Film Archive set up in Pune.
- Madras Film Institute started at Adyar.
- First Kasmiri film Naizraat, released.
- Death of film-maker Mehboob   on 27th May, singer-actress Shanta Apte    on 25th February and actor-director Guru Dutt on 10th October.
- Report on Indian Cinema for UNESCO by Jerzy Toeplitz, President of    FIAF.

POPULAR FILMS of 1964
1. Sangam : Raj Kapoor - Raj Kapoor, Rajendra Kumar, Vyajayantimala
2. Rajkumar : K Shankar - Shammi Kapoor, Sadhna
3. Dosti : Satyen Bose - Sushil Kumar, Sudhir Kumar
4. Kashmir Ki Kali : Shakti Samanta - Shammi Kapoor, Sharmila Tagore
5. Woh Kaun Thi : Raj Khosla - Manoj Kumar, Sadhna
6. Haqeeqat : Chetan Anand - Dharmendra, Balraj Sahani, Priya

POPULAR SONGS of 1964
1. Man Re Too Kahe Na : Chitralekha - Mohd. Rafi
2. Aa Chal Ke Tujhe : Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Me - Kishore Kumar
3. Chahunga Tujhe Main Sanjh Savere : Dosti - Mohd. Rafi
4. Kar Chale Hum Fida : Haqeeqat - Mohd. Rafi
5. Dost Dost Na Raha : Sangam - Mukesh
6. Ye Nayan Dare Dare : Kohraa - Hemant Kumar

Total Films Released : 305
Hindi..... 101
Bengali...  38
Tamil.....  44
Telugu....  41
Marathi...  16
Kannada...  18
Others....  47

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:-
Video Codec: XviD ISO MPEG-4
Video Bitrate: 609 kbps
Video Resolution: 640x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 29.970
Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate: 112kb/s VBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: Hindi
RunTime: 2:18:13
Subtitles: English
Ripped by: Trinidad [DDR]   
Duration: 2:18:13
		
Goswami Tulsidas (1964) Xvid 2cd - Eng Subs - 1.43G [DDR ]/Goswami Tulsidas (1964) MP3/01. Shree Ram Jai Ram.mp3 2.194 MB
Goswami Tulsidas (1964) Xvid 2cd - Eng Subs - 1.43G [DDR ]/Goswami Tulsidas (1964) MP3/02. Twamewa Mata.mp3 586.182 KB
Goswami Tulsidas (1964) Xvid 2cd - Eng Subs - 1.43G [DDR ]/Goswami Tulsidas (1964) MP3/03. Maan Tumhar Hai Prabhukara.mp3 4.281 MB
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