Valmiki Jayanti is a yearly Indian celebration celebrated specifically by the Valmiki religious gathering, to remember the introduction of the old Indian artist and savant Valmiki, who is thought to have lived around 500 BC. The celebration date is dictated by the Indian lunar schedule, and falls on the full moon Purnima of the long stretch of Ashwin, regularly in late September or early October.
Valmiki is loved in India as the creator of the Indian epic sonnet Ramayana, and is likewise adored as the Avatar of God in the Valmiki confidence. Valmiki himself shows up as a noteworthy character in the Ramayana, as a priest who gets the exiled ruler Sita into his seclusion and goes about as instructor to her twin children, Luv and Kush. The "epic meter" in conventional Indian verse is credited to Valmiki, with verses comprising of important rhyming couplets, recommending that the lyric was expected for open recitation, a typical Indian oral tradition.
On Pargat Diwas representations of Valmiki, commonly portrayed as a priest wearing saffron-hued robes and holding a plume and paper, are paraded in parades called Shobha Yatra through the primary roads of the Valmiki territory, joined by road reverential singing. Maharishi Valmiki is a loved artist and composed the epic Ramayana in 24,000 shlokas and 7 cantos kandas. Amid the time of Lord Rama's outcast, he met Maharishi Valmiki and later on the colossal sage gave safe house to Rama's better half Sita when she was exiled from the kingdom of Ayodhaya by Lord Rama. Sita even brought forth her twin children Lava and Kusha at Rishi Valmiki's ashram and he turned into their instructor and showed them Ramayana.