Today i.e. on 20 October, it is the birthday of Acharya Tulsi, the architect of the Anuvrata movement, he was born on 20 October 1914 in Ladnun town of Nagaur district. At the age of eleven, he took initiation from Acharya Kalugini. In a short time, he acquired knowledge of many subjects like Jain proceeds, justice, philosophy and languages like Sanskrit, Prakrit, Hindi, etc. Today, on the day of his birthday, we are going to follow many important things.
For your information, tell me that at the age of twenty-two he became the ninth teacher of Terapanth. Acharya considered Tulsi's moral and character development important. For the upliftment of morality, he initiated the Anukavrata movement in 1949 and made lakh kilometers of pilgrimage to connect the masses with the Atavavrata movement. Acharya Tulsi gave this message to humans first humans, then Hindus or Muslims. Anuvrata was echoed not only in the country but also in the world. London's Time magazine also praised the Anubhavrat movement.
The ethics-oriented program of Anubhavrat received the support of President Rajendra Prasad, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan, Acharya Vinoba Bhave, etc. Acharya Tulsi started a new diversion program to create awareness against social evils like dowry, death banquet, child marriage, old marriage, curtain, illiteracy, etc. Acharya Tulsi also worked for all religions harmony and national uplift. In 1993, he was awarded the Indira Gandhi National Integration Award for his efforts for national unity. He was conferred with Hakim Khan Suri in 1995 by Maharana Mewar Foundation Udaipur.