tulsi and Shaligram story, devuthani ekadashi on 25 november, shaligram and tulsi traditions, tulsi plant in home | तुलसी के साथ क्यों किया जाता है शालिग्राम का विवाह? घर में तुलसी हो तो किन 10 बातों का रखना चाहिए ध्यान?

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Devouthani Ekadashi is on Wednesday, 25 November. There is a tradition of marrying Tulsi and Shaligram on this date. Shaligram is a form of Lord Vishnu. Tulsi has been told the importance in religion as well as Ayurveda. Having Tulsi in the house-courtyard brings health benefits along with purity.

According to Pt. Manish Sharma, Jyotishacharya of Ujjain, the story related to the marriage of Tulsi and Shaligram is told in the Brahmavaivartpurana. According to the legend, Tulsi was the wife of a demon named Shankhchud in olden times. Shankhchud was impious. The gods and humans were all plagued by this demon. Due to the virtue of Tulsi, not all the gods were able to kill Shankhchud.

Then all the gods reached Lord Vishnu and Shiva. At that time, Lord Vishnu took the form of Shankhachud and dissolved the essence of Tulsi. Due to which the power of Shankhchud was exhausted and Shivji killed him.

Later, when Tulsi came to know about this, he cursed Lord Vishnu to become a stone. Vishnu accepted the curse of Tulsi and said that you will live on earth as a plant and river and you will also be worshiped. My devotees will get merit benefits by getting you and me married. Tulsi is still on earth today as Gandaki and plant of Nepal. Shaligrams are found in the Gandaki River itself.

Keep 10 things related to Tulsi at home

  1. Tulsi plant should be planted in the north direction of the house. Keep in mind that basil should be avoided in the southern direction.
  2. If there is any problem in planting Tulsi in the north direction, then you can plant this plant in the east direction. A shaligram should always be kept along with Tulsi.
  3. Basil should be given water after bath every morning. While indulging Bal Gopal, keep basil leaves together. Balgopal does not accept indulgence without Tulsi.
  4. The lamp should be lit near Tulsi after sunset. Keep in mind that basil should not be touched in the evening.
  5. Tulsi is used in many medicines in Ayurveda. Consuming basil leaves regularly increases our immunity. Tulsi extracts improve our immune system.
  6. Tulsi should not be used in the worship of Shiva and Ganesha. Shivji killed Tulsi’s husband Shankhchud. Thus, it is not used in Shiva worship. Ganesha and Tulsi cursed each other. Because of this Ganeshji also does not accept Tulsi.
  7. Vastu holds that many defects of the house are removed from Tulsi. It also has an auspicious effect on the family’s financial condition. The smell of Tulsi destroys harmful microbes present in the environment around the house.
  8. Keep in mind that dry basil plant should not be kept at home. If the plant dries up, it can flow into a flowing river or pond. Yellow and spoiled leaves of basil should also be removed. Basil should be taken care of regularly.
  9. Basil leaves Ekadashi, Sundays and Surya or lunar eclipse should avoid breaking time. If basil is needed on these dates, then the fallen leaves under the basil can be picked and used. Old leaves can be washed and used again in worship.
  10. The basil leaves should never be broken unnecessarily. By breaking the basil leaves without work, we become partakers of sin. Breaking its leaves without reason is like uprooting the basil plant.

While performing Tulsi Puja, you should recite the Tulsi Namashtak mantra.

Vrinda Vrindavani Vishwajipita Vishvapavani. Pushpasara Nandani Tulsi Krishna Biography.

Etnamanthak Chaiv Strotam Namartham Sanyutam. Yes: Pathet Tantam Sausharamgh Phalbhetet.

This is the simple method of chanting mantras

Take a bath after sunset. After this, worship Tulsi. Offer basil to smell, flowers, red clothes. Offer fruit. Light a lamp of ghee. Sit in front of Tulsi and chant this mantra with a garland of Tulsi. The number of chants should be 108.

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