Tulsi Peeth




Tulsi Peeth Seva Nyas is an Indian religious and social service institution based at Janki Kund, Chitrakoot, Madhya Pradesh. It was established by the Hindu religious leader Jagadguru Rambhadracharya on August 2, 1987. Rambhadracharya believes that this Peeth is situated at the place where the Hindu god Rama gave his sandals to his brother Bharat.

The Tulsi Peeth premises house the residence of Rambhadracharya, a temple known as Kanch Mandir with an attached hall called Raghav Satsang Bhavan, a small cow-pen, a school for visually disabled students, a temple known as the Manas Mandir which has the entire Ramcharitmanas engraved on its inside walls, and an exhibition of moving models from 16 scenes of Ramcharitmanas. There is also a hostel for students of Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Handicapped University (JRHU).

The activities of the Tulsi Peeth include study and propagation of Hindu religious texts in Sanskrit and Hindi, service of cows and Sadhus, publication of a monthly magazine, and organization of camps providing aids to for persons with disability. The institution has published various books authored by Rambhadracharya.

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