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- Tulsidas was a great leader of the Bhakti movement. Tulsi believed in folk religion. The meaning of folk religion was public welfare, according to Tulsi, if the feeling of public welfare is established by resorting to violence, then that violence is also justified. Folk religion is also a sense of sattvic violence towards the oppressors, sattvik anger towards adulterants.
This also establishes human value. Tulsi justifies the slaughter of Rama by Bali, because he had subdued Sugriva's wife. Similarly, when the sea was not giving them passage, their bow becomes active. Here Tulsi says 'Binu Bhay Hoi Na Priti'. For the sake of human welfare, he justified the fear of another.

Tulsi believed in upholding dignity. He wanted to see this dignity in the society as well as in the whole environment. Sita also insists to go when Ram is ready for the forest. Ram explains to him
That forest life is painful. Sita then replies that the wife has all the relations with her husband. In the absence of it, all relations start burning like fire. Being an ardhangini, she also participates in half of her husband's happiness and sorrow. It is through Tulsi decorum that brother-brother, husband-wife, parents determine the relationship between them. But keep in mind that the basilism of Tulsi does not make anyone a slave to the rules. When Laxman is injured by Meghannath's arrow, Rama says that as soon as Jantau Vanu Bandhu is separated, the father's word is not Manatau. That is, if he knew that he would be separated from his brother in the forest, then he would not listen to the father's word. Another feature of Tulsi's human worth was his coordination. In the war against Ravana, the monkeys fight the war as human co-workers, the co-ordination of the Shudra-Kshatriyas of Sabari's false plum food is introduced. By worshiping Shiva through Rama, he coordinated Vaishnavism and Shivaism. This coordinationism teaches us to blend in diversity.
The basic idea of ​​Tulsi's folk audience and folk religion is to balance the society. Tulsi had conceptualized Ramrajya. There is only one rule for men and women in Ramrajya. Men have also been advocated to follow the same women's fast. When Basil says; If a woman is fasting, all the money is in her mind, it is not meant for her. Similarly, Tulsi talks about a society in which no one is ignorant or hungry.

'No poor coward, don't hurt Dinah.
Nahin kau abudh na lachchan heena.

Tulsi is seen in the interest of human welfare subjects. Tulsi is in conflict with the king and the subjects. In the Ramacharit Manas, they call the persecutor of the subjects;

Jasu Raj dear subjects Dukhari.
Te Nripe Avasi Hell Officer.
Even predicting the downfall of kings who:
'Raj karat binu kaj only, do kuchali kusage
Tulsi te dasakandha as, jiain samit samaj.

The basic message of Tulsi is human love. To give an active form of human love. It is our duty to convert sympathy into practice and to contribute to the people's liberation struggle. The poetic consciousness of Tulsi has a coherence of life values ​​and human values, and this value is imbibed with the values ​​of morality and ethics of Indian culture.


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