2022 Tulsi Vivah Puja Vidhi Vidhan and Puja Samagri List

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Tulsi worship is insufficient without tulsi marriage. On Ekadashi, worshippers perform Tulsi Vivah, the cremation ritual of Thulasi with Lord Krishna (the eleventh day of the waxing moon in the month of Kartik). In truth, the Tulsi Vivah puja vidhi is a recreation of a traditional Hindu wedding ritual performed in a home or temple. Worshippers perform this puja fast till the start of the Tulsi management ceremony, which occurs in the evening. This is because of the belief that ghosts spend the night in a Tulsi plant before departing in the morning.

Significance of Tulsi vivah puja:

A wedding mandap has been added to the courtyard home of the Tulsi plant. Tulsi, the bride, has been bathed and is dressed in a red sart. A paper human face scan might be placed on Tulsi to give her a personal touch. The bride is typically a statue of Vishnu or Krishna, an idol, or even a bathed and clothed Shaligram stone.

The bride and groom are decked with flowers and garlands for the rite before being tied together with a sacred cotton thread. Mantras from Hindu weddings are recited, and the pair is showered with kumkum and incense. Women are the majority of worshipers in the Tulsi Vivah puja vidhi. The Tulsi bride is then given a mangalsutra. Following the marriage ceremony, a traditional wedding feast is held. Tulsi Vivah is noteworthy because it marks the beginning of India’s annual hunting season.

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2022 Tulsi Vivah Puja Vidhi Vidhan and Puja Samagri List

  1. a tulsi plant in a pot
  2. The figure or idol of Lord Vishnu, Lord Krishna, or Lord Shaligram
  3. Two chowkis
  4. One red and one yellow piece of cloth
  5. In the Ganesh Puja ritual, flowers, Durva grass, janeu, mauli, Dakshina, coconuts with their husks, paan, supari, and fruits are used.
  6. Kalash Sthapana Mango leaves, a full coconut with its husk, a brass, copper, or silver Kalash, and a mauli are all required.
  7. Four sugarcanes were used to make the mandaps. Another alternative is banana shoots.
  8. Paan, Supari, Coconut, Banana, and Dakshina are seasonal fruits in Thamboolam.
  9. Janeu, Haldi, Kumkum, Roli, and Akshat are a few of the characters (raw rice combined with turmeric).
  10. Maa Tulsi’s Shringar comprises jewels, a saree, bindis, altas, sindoors, and Mehendi.
  11. Pushpa, Naiveidhya, Gandha (attar/fragrance), Deep, Tulsi Maa Dhoop, and Gandha receive red chunri.
  12. For the Gath Bandhan, a crimson chunri with a piece of yellow fabric.
  13. Use raw rice to make the asan.
  14. Water
  15. Camphor Rangoli
  16. Two garlands for Jaimala (Varmala)
  17. A “shagun” for Tulsi Maa is an entire coconut with its husk, akshat, paan, supari, Dakshina, elaichi, dried fruits, fruits, flowers, and so on.

Tulsi Vivah Puja Process:

  1. Rangoli should be utilized to decorate the puja area.
  2. Begin by planting four saplings of sugarcane or banana trees in each of the four corners of the mandap.
  3. Place two chowkis next to each other. Wrap the right with a crimson cloth and the left with a yellow cloth.
  4. Place a statue of Lord Vishnu/Krishna or Shaligram on the left chowki and a Tulsi plant on the right.
  5. After that, install the water-filled Kalash. Add a penny and some uncooked rice to the mix. After that, add some mango leaves to the water and wrap the Kalash’s neck in a mauli-spun coconut.
  6. Then show Arghya holding a Ganesha figure on a small dish. Asana then placed his idol on a platter of uncooked rice. Following this will be the offering of mauli (vastra), janeu, haldi, kumkum, roli, dhoop, deep, itra, pushpa, and bhog (fruits or any sweet preparation).
  7. Make a prayer to Lord Ganesha and ask for his blessings so that you can complete the Tulsi Vivah.
  8. Lord Vishnu and Tulsi, please. Kumkum and maa haldi. Then, give Lord Vishnu the mauli and janeu, and Goddess Tulsi the chunri, shringar, and samagri.
  9. Present the Lord Vishnu icon or image to Tulsi after touching it with one of the garlands. Present the Tulsi plant to Lord Vishnu after touching it with the other garland.
  10. then give shagun to Tulsi Maa
  11. Bind the crimson chunri and yellow fabric together for the Gathbandhan after inserting some raw rice into the knot.
  12. Keep the red side on the Tulsi plant and the yellow side near the Lord Vishnu image.
  13. Keep some akshat and Dakshina in your hand for the Kanya Daan and offer it to Lord Vishnu.
  14. Maintain the bhog and other offerings on a dish.
  15. To conclude the Vivaah, perform the aarti.


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