Goswami Tulsidas was born and died.

                   Goswami Tulsidas was soul and saint poet

Tulsidas was realized soul and saint poet often called reformer and philosopher.  Tusidas wrote several popular works in Sanskrit and Awadhi, he is the best known as the author of the epic Ramcharitmanas. Tusidas was claimed in his lifetime to be a reincarnation of Valmiki the composer of the original  Ramayana in Sanskrit. He is also considered to be the  composer  of   Hanuman Chalisa. Tusidas spent most of his life in the city of Varanasi. The Tulsi Ghat  on the Ganga  River in Varanasi is named after him. He founded by Sankatmochan  Temple  dedicated to Hanuman ji in Varanasi believed to stand at the place. The Tulsidas was born on 1554 saptami the seventh day of shukla paksha, the bright of  half on the lunar Hindu calendar. Tuslidas was died in 1680 year at the Assi Ghat on the bank of river Ganga in the Shraavan.