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All:

 

Since some of you are going ahead and purchasing the Tulsi plant

from Home Depot etc...I decided to pass on this important info. to

all of you.

 

Although the use of stale flower and stale water is prohibited in

the worship but this is not applicable to the leaves of basil plant,

however there are some days on which selection/watering of tulsi

(basil)leaves are prohibited - Sunday, last day of dark lunar phase

(Amavasya), twelfth day of every Hindu month(Dwadashi), `Sanskranti'

and till the three hours after mid night. Therefore the leaves

should be collected, well before the above mentioned days and times.

Avoid watering on these days.

 

More Tulsi --> Since The holy basil plant has a very important place

as per the scriptural and scientific considerations. This is the

reason why its mention has been made not only in the scriptures and

mythological tents, but also in the Ayurvedic texts. The holy Bail

is as holy as Lord Vishnu, because she is also known

as `Vishnupriya', `Vishnukanta' and `Keshavpriya'. The holy basil

originated from the hairs of Tulsi who in her previous life was

blessed by Lord Narayan.

 

According to the mythological point of view, a place is considered

to be the most sacred pilgrimage where exists the holy basil plant.

This is the reason why every Hindu tries to have it in the house.

Women have been worshipping it with the desire for good fortune and

well beings of her lineage.

 

It is believed that the lord of death does not dare to enter a

place, where exists a holy basil plant. Worshipping god with the new

sprout of basil plants give salvation. Such a man is freed from the

cycles of birth and death. Even the deities are desirous of

attaining salvation, with the help of basil plant.Taking bath with

water, in which basil leaves have been mixed, gives virtues similar

to that of all the pilgrimage.

 

The deities and all the places of pilgrimages have their dwelling

places in whole of the basil-plant from its root to the shade. Any

ceremony, which is performed in the vicinity of a basil plant,

enables a man to attain salvation and God.

 

Even the soil underneath the holy basil plant is of such great

importance, that if it is applied on the forehead, all the sins of a

man gets destroyed and he attains happiness, prosperity and

benediction.Wearing a string of beads consisting of basil-seeds

makes a man free from the fears of death. If chanting is done with

the help of basil beads, then it helps in the attainment of

accomplishment.

 

The use of the leaves of holy basil in the ceremonies like `Shraddh'

and `Tarpan' gives indestructible virtues to the dead ancestors. The

tradition of offering the leaves of basil plant, to the person

approaching death has been continuing since time immemorial. This

act of offering basil-leaves terrifies the messenger of `Yama' and

helps the person is attaining to the abode of Lord Vishnu, after his

death. If the last rite of a dead person is performed in the wood of

basil plant, it helps his soul to attain to the abode of Lord

Vishnu. Not only this, if even a single wood of basil plant is kept

on the burning pyre then all the sins of that person get destroyed.

 

The Holy `Tulsi', its birth and marriage ceremony is celebrated in

the Hindu month of Kartik every year.The holy tulsi plant keeps away

the germs capable of causing diseases from its vicinity. It also

helps in the purification of mind by purifying the whole atmosphere

around it. This pure atmosphere helps us to attain physical and

mental health.

 

Hope it helps one and all. Take care of it!!!!

 

Aum Shanti Shanti Shanti

 

--Sanjay Aggarwal

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Manoshisanjaytechnology <sanjaytechnology > wrote:

All:Since some of you are going ahead and purchasing the Tulsi plant from Home

Depot etc...I decided to pass on this important info. to all of you.Although

the use of stale flower and stale water is prohibited in the worship but this

is not applicable to the leaves of basil plant, however there are some days on

which selection/watering of tulsi (basil)leaves are prohibited - Sunday, last

day of dark lunar phase (Amavasya), twelfth day of every Hindu month(Dwadashi),

`Sanskranti' and till the three hours after mid night. Therefore the leaves

should be collected, well before the above mentioned days and times. Avoid

watering on these days.More Tulsi --> Since The holy basil plant has a very

important place as per the scriptural and scientific considerations. This is

the reason why its mention has been made not

only in the scriptures and mythological tents, but also in the Ayurvedic texts.

The holy Bail is as holy as Lord Vishnu, because she is also known as

`Vishnupriya', `Vishnukanta' and `Keshavpriya'. The holy basil originated from

the hairs of Tulsi who in her previous life was blessed by Lord

Narayan.According to the mythological point of view, a place is considered to

be the most sacred pilgrimage where exists the holy basil plant. This is the

reason why every Hindu tries to have it in the house. Women have been

worshipping it with the desire for good fortune and well beings of her

lineage.It is believed that the lord of death does not dare to enter a place,

where exists a holy basil plant. Worshipping god with the new sprout of basil

plants give salvation. Such a man is freed from the cycles of birth and death.

Even the deities are desirous of attaining salvation, with the help of basil

plant.Taking bath with

water, in which basil leaves have been mixed, gives virtues similar to that of

all the pilgrimage.The deities and all the places of pilgrimages have their

dwelling places in whole of the basil-plant from its root to the shade. Any

ceremony, which is performed in the vicinity of a basil plant, enables a man to

attain salvation and God.Even the soil underneath the holy basil plant is of

such great importance, that if it is applied on the forehead, all the sins of a

man gets destroyed and he attains happiness, prosperity and benediction.Wearing

a string of beads consisting of basil-seeds makes a man free from the fears of

death. If chanting is done with the help of basil beads, then it helps in the

attainment of accomplishment.The use of the leaves of holy basil in the

ceremonies like `Shraddh' and `Tarpan' gives indestructible virtues to the dead

ancestors. The tradition of offering the leaves of basil plant,

to the person approaching death has been continuing since time immemorial. This

act of offering basil-leaves terrifies the messenger of `Yama' and helps the

person is attaining to the abode of Lord Vishnu, after his death. If the last

rite of a dead person is performed in the wood of basil plant, it helps his

soul to attain to the abode of Lord Vishnu. Not only this, if even a single

wood of basil plant is kept on the burning pyre then all the sins of that

person get destroyed.The Holy `Tulsi', its birth and marriage ceremony is

celebrated in the Hindu month of Kartik every year.The holy tulsi plant keeps

away the germs capable of causing diseases from its vicinity. It also helps in

the purification of mind by purifying the whole atmosphere around it. This pure

atmosphere helps us to attain physical and mental health.Hope it helps one and

all. Take care of it!!!!Aum Shanti Shanti Shanti --Sanjay

Aggarwal~! LIFE MEANS STRUGGLE, THE FITTEST WINS SURVIVAL !~

 

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i want to buy a tulsi plant,

 

i want the best muhurat to plant it in my house

 

the best nakshatra, the best hora, the best day, the best lagna

 

 

coz to plant any trees there is certain nakshatra,

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