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Description of তুলসী তত্ত্ব
To Hindu religions, the herbaceous herbaceous plant is considered very sacred. Perhaps because of this, there is no Hindu tree that does not have a bush tree. In the early hours of the Hindu Tulsi trees get water and Aarti. Also used in daily worship of the house deities or enjoy the leaves of balsam, or sage.
In the Hindu scriptures, Tulsi is said to be the most sacred, "Those who worship Tulsi every day in the form of philosophy, vision, meditation, virtue singing, worship, praising, praising, planting, watering and worship are not settled by Vishnu till the Thousand crores."
Tulsi leaves are so sacred that it cannot be given as a sacrificial offering to any deity or goddess other than the foot of Lord God Srivishnu. However, do not need basil leaves in Lakshmi Devi Pujo. Apart from all the gods and goddesses, Tulsi leaves and grants are essential for the worship of Goddesses. Soaked basil leaves are used to purify six households. The profound religious preaching promotes such greatness of the Tulsa tree in Hindu society and accordingly it is worshiped and cared for.
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