TULSI: A SACRED PLANT

Author Name : Arpita Date
Volume : I, Issue :VIII,April - 2016
Published on : 2016-04-07 , By : IRJI Publication

Abstract :

The vicinity of tulsi plant symbolizes the religious twisted of a Hindu family. A Hindu family unit is viewed as fragmented on the off chance that it doesn't have a tulsi plant in the patio. Numerous families have the tulsi planted in an uncommonly manufactured structure, which has pictures of gods introduced on each of the four sides, and a niche for a little earthen oil light. A few family units can even have up to twelve tulsi plants on the verandah or in the greenery enclosure framing a "tulsi-van" or "tulsivrindavan" – a smaller than expected basil timberland. In the sacred writings, tulsi is depicted as the " Mother of the Universe". VishNu should take habitation a house where tulsi is developed. In such a house, nobody experiences sufferings, for example, destitution,ailment or partition from dear ones. No big surprise, the tulsi plant possesses a conspicuous position in numerous family units.