Articles — Tulsi

Aarti Shri Tulsi Mata Ki ( आरती श्री तुलसी माता की )

May 24 2018 0 Comments Tags: Aarti, Tulsi

Tulsi mata aarti is sung in praise of Goddess Tulsi who is also known as Vishnupriya - beloved of Lord Vishnu.  In Sanskrit the term 'Tulsi' means "the incomparable one" and is regarded as Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and the consort of Lord Vishnu. Tulsi plant is regarded as a Goddess according to the Hindus. She is very close to Lord Vishnu and no ritual is ever deemed complete without the presence of Tulsi leaves. The Tulsi plant also has great medicinal benefits. It is an important herb which is used in Ayurvedic treatment and is a cure for many diseases like...

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Remedies for peace, prosperity and happiness at home

Nov 01 2017 1 Comment Tags: remedy, Symbols, Tulsi

Now a days life is moving too fast, most of people are unhappy or unsatisfied with their lives. Materialistic things give happiness for a day or two and then things are same as usual. If you have everything and yet remain unhappy OR don't have anything so you remain unhappy,  if your expenses are more than income OR home is always surrounded with health problems and unexpected issues, you can try the below given remedies for peace, prosperity and happiness at home.  Put a pot having Tulsi plant in it outside main entry door. Keep an diya under this Tulsi plant and...

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Tulsi Gayatri Mantra ( तुसली गायत्री मंत्र )

Sep 09 2017 0 Comments Tags: mantra, Tulsi

Maa Tulsi Gayatri mantra is another very powerful mantra. Chanting of Tulsi gayatri mantra brings peace of mind. Tulsi Gayatri mantra brings peace at home and harmony among family members. One should chant Tulsi Gayatri mantra to get all the benefits related to mantra. Tulsi Gayatri Mantra ( तुसली गायत्री मंत्र ) ऊँ त्रिपुराय विद्महे तुलसी पत्राय धीमहि | तन्नो: तुलसी प्रचोदयात || Om Tripuray Vidmahe Tulsi Patray Dhimahi |Tanno: Tulsi Prachodayat || तुलसी माता के गायत्री मंत्र जाप से मन शांत होता है तथा मन में सेवाभाव का संचार होता है | इस मंत्र का ध्यान करने से गृह...

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Shri Tulasi Kavacham in Sanskrit ( श्री तुलसी कवचम् )

Apr 25 2017 0 Comments Tags: Kavach, sanskrit, stotram, Tulsi

Shri Tulasi Kavacham prayer occurs in Brahmanda Purana. When engaged in fight with Tharakasura, Lord Subrahmanya becomes tired and prays Lord Shiva.  Lord Shiva appears before him and teaches him this great stotra. Later by the power gained by reciting the Stotra, Lord Subrahmanya kills Tharaka. It is mentioned in this stotram, that it fulfills all wishes of those who are chanting it.   श्री तुलसी कवचम्  श्री गणेशाय नमः II  अस्य श्री तुलसीकवच स्तोत्रमंत्रस्य I  श्री महादेव ऋषिः I अनुष्टुप्छन्दः I  श्रीतुलसी देवता I मन ईप्सितकामनासिद्धयर्थं जपे विनियोगः I तुलसी श्रीमहादेवि नमः पंकजधारिणी I शिरो मे तुलसी पातु भालं पातु यशस्विनी II १ II ...

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Shri Tulasi Stotram in Sanskrit ( श्री तुलसी स्तोत्रम्‌ )

Apr 19 2017 0 Comments Tags: sanskrit, stotram, Tulsi

Shri Tulasi Stotram is addressed to the sacred Basil leaf also known as Tulasi (ocimum sanctum). The basil plant (Tulasi or Tulsi) is considered to be an incarnation of the consort of Lord Vishnu. It is believed that if basil leaves are offered to Lord Vishnu, he would fulfill all the wishes of the devotee. Shri Tulasi Stotram was written by Sage Pundareeka who lived in Thirukdalmallai in Tamil Nadu. Tulasi is venerated as a goddess in Hinduism and sometimes considered a wife of Vishnu, sometimes with the epithet Vishnupriya, "the beloved of Vishnu". In India people grow Tulasi as the religious plant and worship...

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Story of Tulsi

Jul 03 2016 0 Comments Tags: mythology, Parvati, Plants, stories, Tulsi, Vishnu

The story of Tulsi, the medicinal plant, begins with Indra, the Lord of the Heavens.   Lord Indra, was the king of the Devas. But he realized that people no longer looked up to him at the main God. This worried him a lot. He knew that people now looked up at Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva to guide them. Indra knew that he could not hope to confront Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu. They were after all the Gods of Creation and of Preservation. But Indra could not understand, why people liked Lord Shiva. He was after...

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Plants and Nakshatra

Jul 02 2016 0 Comments Tags: Ayurveda, Nakshatra, Plants, Tulsi

  Plants and Trees of Your Nakshatras Can Heal You ....The concept of adoption of a plant is been derived from ancient Vedic culture. The Vedic astrology is based on the concept of Nakshatras (Constellations) and Rashis (as per moon signs). There are in all 27 Nakshatras and every individual has a Nakshatra assigned to him/her depending on the date and time on which he/she is born (the tithi). Every Nakshatra has a symbolic tree or plant that defines its connection with eternal nature. In ancient Vedic culture there was a tradition that whenever a baby is born in someone’s...

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