Why Tulsi (the holy Basil ) isn't offered to Lord Ganesha
Lord Ganesha is adored before doing any promising work or composing a book or doing any pooja function. it is accepted that master ganesha has the...
Lord Ganesha is adored before doing any promising work or composing a book or doing any pooja function. it is accepted that master ganesha has the intensity of expelling any impediment. indeed, even ruler shiva and master vishnu have venerated ganesha now and again to complete their work.
Dhruva grass and red shading jaswanti blossom are most loved of master ganesha. be that as it may, tulsi (heavenly basil) which is a sacrosanct plant for hindus is never offered to ganesha. something else, tulsi is broadly utilized in pooja services since it is considered as the most sacred plant in india. tulsi isn't offered to Ganesha since they are associated with a shared revile.
Story behind Tulsi not offered to ruler ganesha:
Tulsi is the little girl of dharmaraja (divine force of honorableness). in her energetic days she was an incredible fan of narayana (ruler vishnu). when she was strolling along the banks of ganges. she ran over delightful Ganesha sitting in profound contemplation to master krishna. being child of mama parvati, ganesha is exceptionally excellent. in addition any individual in profound reflection state looks increasingly excellent. so you can envision the magnificence of master ganesha in that thoughtful state. like tulsi mama, Ganesha was likewise in his prime and of eligible age in addition to both were committed to types of ruler vishnu. so tulsi mama promptly began to look all starry eyed at master Ganesha, she requested that Ganesha wed her.
Around then master Ganesha was a bachelour (brahamchari) which is normal for any meditator. since in contemplation one must be reserved and meditator attempts to investigate oneself instead of going in a relationship. so lord Ganesha was not searching for wedding anybody. Also he just needed to wed somebody who have a similar heavenly characteristics like her mom parvati.
So, Ganesha affably rejected tulsi mama for marriage. this made her extremely upset. Tulsi resented this and she turned out to be irate. In her resentment Tulsi mama reviled Ganesha that one day he will get hitched against his desire of not getting hitched.
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Lord Ganesha additionally thus reviled tulsi that she will be hitched to an asura (evil spirit) and after that under a gifts from the sages (or divine beings) will turn into a plant.
Lord ganesha additionally thus reviled Tulsi that she will be hitched to an asura (evil spirit) and after that under a gifts from the sages (or divine beings) will turn into a plant.
listening to this revile, tulsi mama understood her misstep and she asked ganesha for pardoning and appealed to him with perfect songs. listening to her genuine petitions Ganesha ended up satisfied and he said " you will be viewed as incomparable among the plants. all divine beings will be content with your aroma. master vishnu will be exceptionally happy to get the love with your leaves. be that as it may, you will consistently be unsuitable by me in love". saying this, ruler Ganesha left the spot.
later on, according to the revile Tulsi mama wedded the devil ruler called 'shankhachuda' (or with jalandhara). she was a committed spouse and they lived cheerfully for various years. at that point one day her better half was killed in a fight with divine beings. at that point on getting the endowments from divine beings she progressed toward becoming tulsi (blessed basil)
Tulsi is regularly planted in the yard of hindu family units. it is additionally planted in sanctuaries. ladies frequently venerate tulsi. Tulsi leaves and ganga jal are offered to the withering individual. tulsi leaves are never bitten or utilized in cooking where they are exposed to warm. tulsi is an extremely delicate and heavenly plant. best is to include tulsi leaves in copper pot loaded up with water. drink that water following day as it gets the advantages of tulsi and copper. at the point when a Tulsi plant kicks the bucket, it is inundated into a sacred waterway, yet it is never offer to master Ganesha.