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The holy Tulsi (basil) plant and Lord Vishnu or his avatar, Lord Krishna, are wed in a sacred ceremony known as the Tulsi Vivah. This ceremonial ceremony is held in the month of Kartik by the Panchang and Hindu calendars (Shukla Paksha). The eleventh lunar day, Prabodhini Ekadashi, marks the start of the Tulsi Marriage festivities, which last until the full moon night, or Kartik Poornima. However, the holiday is only observed on the eleventh or till the twelfth lunar day in many areas of India.

What importance does Tulsi Vivah have ?

One of the luckiest days in the Hindu calendar is known as Tulsi Vivah. The season for Hindu weddings in India officially begins today. Married women conduct the Tulsi Vivah Vrat and Puja rigorously for the happiness of their marriages, their husbands’ health, and their children’s welfare. In contrast, single women do so to find excellent spouses. The sacred plant of Tulsi, which is kept in every Hindu home, is considered an incarnation of Devi Laxmi.

According to a well-known myth, Goddess Tulsi was once Vrinda, a woman who married Jalandhar, an evil king. She prayed to God Vishnu for her husband’s well-being and long life. Jalandhar consequently gained invincibility. Lord Shiva asked Lord Vishnu to lessen the influence of Jalandhar. To trick Vrinda, Lord Vishnu assumed the identity of the terrible king Jalandhar.

As a result, Jalandhar lost its independence and was destroyed by Lord Shiva. When Vrinda realized the truth, she cursed Lord Vishnu and committed suicide by drowning in the sea. Her spirit was implanted in the plant, becoming known as tulsi by Lord Vishnu and other gods. Additionally, on the day of Prabodhini Ekadashi, Lord Vishnu wedded Tulsi in the subsequent life in the shape of Shaligram (a black stone). It is the cause of the zeal with which Tulsi Vivah is observed on this day.

Dates and duration

Normal timings are that it begins on Prabodhini Ekadashi and ends on Kartik Poornima. Typically, the festival takes place in October. Additionally, it could last for five days in some towns. In 2002, it fell on November 5th, Ekadasi, with mahurat times of 5.30 pm to 6.10 pm.

The feminine energy of Tulsi or Vrinda can enhance your life with wealth and tranquility. You must do the ritual with the utmost respect and faith if you want her powers to impact you positively. Here are the details you should be aware of.

Performing the Puja at the proper hour and by tradition is essential. To arrange an online puja, get in touch with the best online astrologer at Nakshatrika, as Nakshatrika offers these services. To receive live or online darshans, people who cannot travel or attend temples can get in touch with Nakshatrika.

Rituals associated

The entire family spends the day getting ready for the ceremony. A mandap is later erected around the revered Tulsi plant in the evening. People dress up their tulsi as a bride with a sparkling saree and lovely jewelry.

The Tulsi plant is decorated with a paper face in the belief that this will beautify the bride. However, they added a bindi, a nose ring, and other embellishments. Nevertheless, they embellish a brass statue of Lord Krishna and Goddess Tulsi for worship. The idol is dressed in a dhoti and a mala.

After that, followers perform the wedding ceremony by exchanging cotton threads, or “Varmala,” and joining the couple with a necklace called a Mangalsootra, which the groom fastens around the bride’s neck to consummate the union.

The advantages of Tulsi Vivah Puja

Tulsi Vivah’s practices have a lot of perks. Among them are some of the following:

  • Marriage barriers of all kinds might be removed by performing the rites of this Puja. Additionally, it provides its followers with wealth.
  • It improves the family’s well-being and prosperity.
  • Everyone experiences joy and comfort as a result of this Puja.
  • The benefits of the Tulsi Vivah ceremony include the welfare of the family.
  • This Puja bestows a good husband upon the widow.
  • The Kanyadaan ritual and the Tulsi Vivah ritual grant offspring to childless couples.
  • It grants partners the capacity to carry out Kanyadan Pujyam.
  • Tulsi leaves play a significant role in religious events, not marriage ceremonies.

If you are interested in learning more about the Tulsi Vivah ritual or any other ritual, get in touch with Nakshatrika. The best astrologer in India is on hand at Nakshatrika, and he or she will walk you step-by-step through the entire process of Tulsi Vivah. Those who want to perform Puja but are unclear about the exact vidhi and samagri can also use Nakshatrika’s online puja services.

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