Tulasi Devi

Tulasi Devi Is The Mark Of Homely Peace And Serenity

Srimati Tulasi devi is defined as the most exalted devotees, of Lord Krishna. It is the devotional progress in path of mercy and peace. She was born to Dharmadhvaja and Madhavi, after staying inside mother’s womb for 100 celestial years. She was born on Friday, in Kartika month.


Specifications related to worshipping

As taking down from ages now, Tulsi is worshipped on a daily basis, and just after the sun sets. It takes place at around 5 to 6 pm, every day and the entire ritual is performed by women of the house or other Brahmins. A “ghoti” of Ganga water is used for worshipping Tulsi plants, facing towards west side. Incense sticks are used as a mark of devotional mean and after using conch now.


Beneficial aspects and beliefs

Even though, the glories of Tulasi Devi cannot be described, she is considered to be an eternal associate of Lord Krishna. She is the essence of various devotional activities, and every part of a Tulasi plant is considered to be spiritual. Devotional moves towards this Goddess is like worshipping Lord Krishna indirectly. It is believed that worshipping Tulsi is the best way to enhance peace and serenity in your house.

Festivities based on Tulsi

There is one festival, which is marked as a religious notification of Tulsi Devi, and this ceremony is marked as Tulsi Vivah. It is primarily considered as ceremonial marriage of Tulsi plant, to Hindu Lord Vishnu. This Vishnu is performed at any time frame, between Prabodhini Ekadashi. Usually, this ceremony is performed on 11th or 12th lunar day. it varies from one region to another. This wedding is a mark, which signify end of monsoon and beginning of special Hindu wedding season.

Places where it is worshipped most

Practically, Tulsi Devi is worshipped in every Hindu State, all over India. There is no particular area, where Goddess Tulasi is worshipped majorly, as it marks peace and serenity in every household. Majority of people place this Tulsi plant in their front yard or on roof. Even though, people from various areas believe in Tulsi Devi, but rural people mainly devote their time for this ritual.