Spiritually Powerful and considered sacred and purest among all plants, Basil leaves are worshiped by many. It serves as a link between God and human. It is a source of Moksha (salvation).
Who was Tulsi?
Tulsi was a name of a legend woman who devoted herself completely to Lord Vishnu. She was beloved and the holiest devotee and hence became the sacred and significant religious plant.
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Not one but there are many types –
Rama Tulsi leaves are the bright colored leaves. It represents Lord Vishnu’s avatar Lord Rama.
Shyama Tulsi leaves are dark green and purple colored leaves. It represents Lord Vishnu’s avatar Lord Krishna.
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Some other important aspects. Let’s have a look –
The manifestation of Goddess lies in the beads which can be wore as a jewel or as a rosary.
The leaves can ward off ghosts and evil spirits too. You can keep some leaves or rosary with you. Also, it is considered as a cure for night blindness.
There is a ceremony known as Tulsi Vivah. Many of you may know about this, some not. Here is the long story short: It is an inauguration of wedding ceremonies for us. After this day, you can start your own wedding functions.
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