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Tulsi Pujan Diwas 2022: Be aware of the date, worship method, and significance in Hindu culture.

Tulsi Pujan Diwas 2022: Be aware of the date, worship method, and significance in Hindu culture.

In Hinduism, the Tulsi plant is worshipped by people all over the country because it is regarded as extremely fortunate. It is believed that worshiping this plant contributes to family prosperity and good fortune. On December 25, 2022, Tulsi Pujan Diwas will be celebrated. Read on to learn more about the significance of the worship method.

Tulsi is regarded as extremely beneficial in Sanatan Dharma. Every morning and evening, a lot of people in India worship the Tulsi plant. Worshipping the Tulsi plant is regarded as a good luck charm and a blessing by many.

Date of Tulsi Pujan It is a common belief that you will receive the blessings of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi if you give the Tulsi plant water every day and light ghee lamps next to it every night. The house will remain prosperous and peaceful if Tulsi Mata is worshipped. The devotees' wishes are fulfilled and wealth and happiness are brought about by performing the Tulsi Pujan. On December 25, 2022, Tulsi Pujan Diwas will be celebrated.

Method of worship On the day of Tulsi Pujan, you should get up early and bathe. After that, don clean, freshly washed clothes and give the Tulsi plant water. Apply orange-hued vermilion on the leaves of the Tulsi plant and alongside that, additionally offer chunri. After the puja is finished, you should do an aarti and ask Lord Vishnu and Tulsi Mata for happiness, prosperity, and peace. After worship, recite the Tulsi rosary and light a ghee lamp near the Tulsi plant.

The significance of the Tulsi Pujan In Hinduism, it is held that no work is considered finished unless the Tulsi Puja is performed. Lord Vishnu's wife is Tulsi Mata, a goddess form of Goddess Lakshmi. As a result, worshiping Tulsi Mata is regarded as extremely significant. It is suggested that individuals attempt to plant a Tulsi plant in their homes. It aids in bringing happiness and tranquility into the home.

In Hinduism, Tulsi worship is regarded as extremely beneficial. Many individuals start their day by offering water to the tulsi plant and looking for gifts. Tulsi Pujan Diwas is celebrated on a Sunday this year, December 25. According to astrology, Goddess Lakshmi is the goddess of happiness and prosperity and lives in Tulsi. Therefore, those who worship Tulsi receive immense happiness and virtue. On the other hand, it is also said that Lord Vishnu is very fond of Tulsi, and he also gives those who perform tulsi puja his blessing.

Reciting the Tulsi Stotra in close proximity to the Tulsi plant is said to produce the desired results. Likewise, terrible contemplations and negative energies are annihilated by venerating Tulsi. Padmapuran claims that taking a holy bath in the Ganges is comparable to applying water from Tulsi leaves to one's head. Worshipping Tulsi is also said to cure diseases and promote good health.

Tulsi Puja Vidhi Take a bath and get up early in the morning. Offer Tulsi water. Make use of vermilion and present flowers. Light the lamp and incense sticks (diya). Chant the tulsi stotra to make prayers. Sins can no longer exist if this is done. It is likewise instructed to wear wreaths made concerning tulsi seeds. Shraddha, Yagya, and other deities benefit greatly from even a single Tulsi leaf.

Vastu shastra's significance of the tulsi plant According to the scriptures, the tulsi plant should be brought home on any Thursday during the Kartik month. Thursday is the day of Lord Vishnu, and Lord Krishna is very fond of Tulsi, who is Lord Vishnu. Tulsi plants should always be planted in the north or north-east direction of the house, according to Vastu Shastra. Deities are said to live in this direction. Tulsi plants can be established on the gallery or window of the house. However, Vastu Shastra's instructions should be followed. Even if a mistake is made, tulsi plants should not be planted in the south of the house. If you keep a Tulsi plant in this direction, you could suffer a significant financial loss because the Pitru live in this direction.

You can likewise establish Tulsi plant in the Upper east. Tulsi plants should never be planted at the house's entrance or anywhere else slippers are taken out or garbage is kept. Offering vermilion to the Tulsi plant is often misunderstood, but Vastu Shastra states that it is possible to do so. Continuously keep the Tulsi plant in an earthen pot. Never use tools made of plastic. In a Tulsi vessel filled with lime or turmeric, if at all possible, write "Shri Krishna."

Mercury, which is regarded as Lord Krishna's form, is represented by the tulsi plant. Tulsi can be worshipped on a regular basis, but it should not be touched at night. In addition, you should avoid touching Tulsi on Ekadashi, Sunday, and solar and lunar eclipse days. Even on Sundays, do not provide Tulsi with water.

Raw milk can also be offered to Tulsi, in addition to water. Offering milk is thought to ward off bad luck. Never keep tulsi plants near the bathroom or kitchen. A Tulsi plant can be kept near the Puja room's window. If you want to circumambulate the Tulsi plant every day, you should do so three times while offering water. Water must first be offered to the Sun, then to Tulsi.

Why does the withering of the Tulsi plant begin?

You must have noticed that the Tulsi plant frequently begins to wither, regardless of how much water is provided. It suggests the possibility of a family crisis, according to religious beliefs.

The English translation of the Tulsi chant "Srimath Thulasiyamma Thiruve Kalyaniamma Velli Kizhamai Thannil Vilangukindra Mathave Chevvai Kizhamai Thanil Chezhikka Vanda Chendiruve Thayare Undan Thal Inayil Naan Paninden" is "Pachai Pasumayulla Thulasi Namasthe Parimalikkum Moola Kozh

Amaintharkku Inbam Alippay Namasthe Vana Malai Yenum Maruve Namasthe Hariyudaya Devi Azhagi

Vaikunda Vasiyudan Magizhvay Namasthe Anbudane Nalla Arum Thulasi Kondu Vandu Brindai Enum Mannil Mel Nattu Magizhndu Nalla Neeruttri Mutrathil Thaan Valarthu Muthu Pol Kolamittu Chengavi Chuthum Ittu Thiruvilakkum Yettrii Vaithu Pazhangaludan Thenga

Mangalami Yennai Vaithu Magizhndu Upasithavargal Thee Vinyai Pokki Chiranda Palan Naan Alippen Arum Piniyai Neeki Ashta Aiswaryam Naan Alippen Daridrathai Neeki Selvatthai Naan KoduppenPutthiran Illavathavarku Puthira Bhagayam Naan Alippen

Kodi Karaam Pasuvai Kandrudane Kondu Vanthu Kombukku Pon Amaithu Kulambukku Velli Katti Gangai Karai Thanile Grahana Punya Kalathil Valuruvi Anthanarkku Maha Danam Seydha Palan Nan Alippen Sathiyam Yendru Nayagiyum Chollalume Appadiye Yakavendru Thirumal Arikka

Aeetru Kondu Adiyar Seytha Sakal Pavangaliyum Mannithu Kaathu Rakshithu Korum Varangalai Koduththu Anugraham Seyya Vendum Thulasi Maathavae

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