Tulasi Mantra-Tulasi Vivaha on 1st Nov 2017-Prana Kishore

Tulasi Mantra Tulasi Vivaha Miracle Mantra For Mental Strength

TULASI MANTRA-Sang and composed by Prana Kishore Worldwide release on 1st Nov 2017 ( Check Prana Kishore You Tube for Free down load)

Mantra to pray holy places, holy deities and holy Vedas for confidence and to remain as pure as Tulasi in everything
Tulasi Mantra-Yen Moole Sarvatheerthaani

Yenmoole Sarvatheerthaani

Yenmadhye Sarvadevatha

Yadagre Sarva Vedaascha

Thulaseem-tham Namamyaham

I bow down to the Tulasi at whose base are all the holy  places, at whose top reside all deities and on whose middle are all the Vedas

Why Should we keep Tulasi Plant In Our Home-Reason?

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Mantra to pray holy places, holy deities and holy Vedas for confidence and to remain as pure as Tulasi in everything-This 45 second one line mantra will give you mental strength.

Tulasi Mantra-Yen Moole Sarvatheerthaani

Yenmoole Sarvatheerthaani -Yenmadhye Sarvadevatha -Yadagre Sarva Vedaascha -Thulaseem-tham Nama

All Deities Reside On Top Of Tulasi Plant

All Vedas Are There  In The Middle And

All Holy Places Are There At Base of

Tulasi Plant,

Our mothers by the time they completed 3 rounds Pradhakshan around Tulasi plant in their homes,repeating this mantra they got their mental strength to face their daily problems.They also got answers to their daily problems.( In our Nextgen terms it was her google) 

That’s Why Every Home Must Have One Tulasi

Tulasi Vivaha ( wedding is done to Tulasi plant and Vishnu or his avatar Sri Krishna Every year just like any wedding In India in homes and in temples and it’s a great celebration.

Every home has a Tulasi Plant which is prayed every day in the morning by the lady of the house.Tulasi plant has over 108 medicinal qualities which is used as Home remedies in India since 5000 years.

When can  we perform this wedding of Tulasi?

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This ceremony can be performed any time between Prabodhini Ekadashi – the eleventh lunar day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu month Kartik to the full moon of the month (Kartik Poornima) but usually it is performed on the eleventh or the twelfth lunar day. The day varies from region to region.

Evidence: The wedding rituals and process is told in “Padma Purana”

 The Tulsi wedding signifies the end of the monsoon and the beginning of the Hindu wedding season.

In 2017 the wedding is performed on 1st Nov 2017 or 31st oct 2017 in few places

Who is Tulasi?

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Rama Tulasi-Shyama or Krishna Tulasi-Forest or Vana Tulasi are three kinds of Tulasi Plants you will find in India. 

Tulsi is a goddess in Hinduism and considered a wife of Vishnu or his avtar Sri Krishna called as  Vishnupriya, “the beloved of Vishnu”.

The Hindu scriptures mention that  the  Tulsi plant was a woman named Vrinda (Brinda; a synonym of Tulsi). Tulsi, named Vrinda (Brinda), was the wife of Jalandhar who sought a boon with the Gods, of invincibility as long as his wife is chaste.

Vrinda was a devout wife, who upheld chastity. Jalandhar, owing to the boon that he acquired, began to traumatise people that it became a difficult task for Gods to handle. Gods took refuge in Lord Vishnu, who came to their resort, by disguising Himself as Jalandhar and living with Vrinda to break her chastity.

Vrinda who lost her chastity to Lord Vishnu, on discovering the truth cursed Him to become a stone. She further cursed that at one point in time, He would also suffer the pangs of separation of His consort;she then immolated herself.

Lord Vishnu, acknowledging Vrinda’s purity, transformed her into a Tulsi plant, to be worshipped in all homes. He then became a stone (Shaligrama).

In the Ramavatar, the Lord, as the result of the curse, suffered separation from His consort, Sita.

Tulasi Vivaha Marriage Ritual procedure done in Homes and Temples

 

 

The marriage of Tulsi with Vishnu/Krishna resembles the traditional Hindu wedding.This ceremony is conducted at homes and also at temples. A fast is observed on the Tulsi Vivah day until evening when the ceremony begins. A mandap (marriage booth) is built around the courtyard of the house where the Tulsi plant is planted. The Tulsi plant is usually planted in centre of the courtyard in a brick plaster called Tulsi vrindavana. It is believed that the soul of Vrinda resides in the plant at night and leaves in the morning. The bride Tulsi is clothed with a sari and ornaments including earrings and necklaces. A human paper face with a bindi and nose-ring – may be attached to Tulsi. The groom is a brass image or picture of Vishnu or Krishna or the Shaligram stone – the symbol of Vishnu. The image is clothed in a dhoti. Both Vishnu and Tulsi are bathed and decorated with flowers and garlands before the wedding. The couple is linked with a cotton thread (mala) in the ceremony.

 

 

 

 

 Tulsi plant worshipped as part of Tulsi Vivah celebrations.

In Prabhu Dham Saunja, India, this festival is collectively celebrated by whole village which makes it a significant point of attraction. Here it is celebrated as three day festival in the hindi month of Kartik from Ekadashi to Trayodashi. The festival is started with the vedic chanting of Ramacharitra Manas or Ramayana by the villagers itself. The second day is celebrated as Sobha Yatra which is of significat importance in which the special prasad is Pongal, and the third day is celebrated as Tilakotsav and Vivahotsav of Lord Vishnu and Devi Brinda. The villagers prepare 56 types of prasad known as Chapan Bhog and distributed to all. All caste takes participation in this village accordingly. Devoties including saints and mahants all over from Bihar visit this place to celebrate this festive occasion.

In Maharashtra, an important ritual in the ceremony is when the white cloth is held between the bride and the groom and the priest recites the Mangal Ashtaka mantras. These mantras formally complete the wedding. Rice mixed with vermilion is showered by the attendees on Tulsi and Vishnu at the end of the recitation of the mantras with the word “Savadhan” (literally “be careful” implying “You are united now”. The white curtain is also removed. The attendees clap signifying approval to the wedding. Vishnu is offered sandalwood-paste, men’s clothing and the sacred thread. The bride is offered saris, turmeric, vermilion and a wedding necklace called Mangal-sutra, worn by married women. Sweets and food cooked for an actual wedding are cooked for Tulsi Vivah too. This ceremony is mostly performed by women. The prasad of sugar-cane, coconut chips, fruits and groundnut is distributed to devotees.The expenses of the wedding are usually borne by a daughter-less couple, who act as the parents of Tulsi in the ritual wedding. The giving away of the daughter Tulsi (kanyadaan) to Krishna is considered meritorious to the couple. The bridal offerings to Tulsi are given to a Brahmin priest or female ascetics after the ceremony.

In two Rama temples in Saurashtra, the ceremony is more elaborate. An invitation card is sent to the groom’s temple by the bride’s temple. On Prabodhini Ekadashi, a barat bridal procession of Lalji – an image of Vishnu – sets off to the bride’s temple. Lalji is placed in a palanquin and accompanied by singing and dancing devotees. The barat is welcomed on the outskirts of Tulsi’s village and the ceremonial marriage is carried at the temple. At the bride’s side, Tulsi is planted in an earthen pot for the ceremony. People desirous of children perform Kanyadaan from Tulsi’s side acting as her parents. Bhajans are sung throughout the night and in the morning the barat of Lalji returns to their village with Tulsi.

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Tulasi Vivaha Video:

Tulasi Vivaha video shows the wedding performed by devotes of Sri Swaminarayan temple Melbourne,Australia.This is a proud moment to know that Hindu Dharma Traditions are followed so well even out side India even today after 5000 years of Hinduism.

As you can see in this video,Tulasi Vivaha is performed just like any other Indian wedding starting with the Bharaat,wedding,and couple going to Inlaws house and welcome there followed by Puja.

Notice each scene, how the devotees are dressed and  the next generations youngsters are equally involved with elders in performing this divine wedding with shradha and devotion as visible in their eyes.

 

 

Lessons to be learn:

God is a Belief in one word.West may criticize that we are getting a plant married to the God Sri Vishnu or his avatar Sri Krishna but it is our core belief system that Tulasi is NOT a plant but our daughter whom we are getting married to the Lord him self just like it has been described in Hindu scripture Padma Purana

This is enough evidence of power of God and Power of Hinduism,Worlds First religion still alive after 5000 years and some call it A way of life,Sanatana Dharma,Eternal Truth.

What You Should You do now?

1 Get on Tulasi Plant in your home and pray it daily once

2 Every home must have a Tulasi Plant since it keeps your Hope Alive and Keeps your Belief Alive,which is Belief In God.Once You have HOPE and BELIEF you will have everything you wish in your life

3 This will make you develop an Attitude to RESPECT AND TREAT EVERY WOMAN IN YOUR LIFE LIKE TULASI AND ALSO TEACH YOUR SONS  TO RESPECT WOMAN.( WHO ARE MOTHERS, and also respect MOTHER EARTH and MOTHER COUNTRY

 4- 5 THINGS YOU NEED IN YOUR LIFE

GANGA-GAYATRI-GOVINDA-GITA-GOMATHA

GANGA HOLY RIVER OR WATER IN YOUR LIFE

GAYATRI MANTRA ORIGIN AND ESSENCE OF LIFE

GOVINDA CREATOR AND GOD IS THERE TO PROTECT YOU IN THIS KALIYUGA AT BALAJI TEMPLE INDIA

GITA-BHAGAVAD  GITA-AFTER KRISHNA DIED KALIYUGA STARTED AND HE LEFT THIS MANNUAL FOR US TO READ AND KNOW HOW TO LIVE AND SURVIVE IN THESE KALIYUGA TIMES WHICH ARE THE MOST DEFICULT TIMES FOR MANKIND

GOW MATHA-COW ALL GODS LIVE IN GOMATHA AND THERE IS NO LIFE WITHOUT GOMATHA, SO ITS IMPORTANT THAT WE DON’T EAT BEAF OR COW MEAT.

DRINK THE COW MILK-SPARE THE  COW-Join PRANA KISHORE PROGRAM

Thank you for attending the wedding Tulasi Vivaha and for getting blessed

Prana Kishore

 

 

 

 

 

 

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