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Tulsi Vivah 2019 Date

Tulsi Vivah 2019 Date
This year's Tulsi Vivah 2019 Date

Saturday, 09 Nov - 2019

Tulsi Vivah~तुलसी विवाह in the year 2019 will be celebrated on Saturday,  9th November 2019.

Tulsi Vivah is the mythical marriage of Sri Krishna, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu with the tulsi plant (holy basil). In the Hindu mythology, tulsi is considered to be an incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi, and therefore unison of Gods and Goddesses is observed with great pomp and show all over the country. Tulsi Vivaah is celebrated on the Dwadashi (12th day) of the Shukla Paksha (bright fortnight) during the month of Kartik, as per the Hindu calendar. Even though this ceremony can be observed any time between the Prabodhini Ekadashi (11th day) to Kartik Poornima. In some places it is celebrated for a period of five days, ending on the full moon day of the Kartik month. Tulsi Vivaah marks the end of the monsoon season and the start of the Hindu wedding season. The actual day of Tulsi Vivaah differs from one region to another.

Tulsi Vivah (तुलसी विवाह) is normally seen in the month of October or November. Be that as it may, Tulsi Vivah (तुलसी विवाह) in 2019 will start on Saturday, Ninth November. Tulsi Vivah (तुलसी विवाह) marks the stately marriage of Tulsi plant (heavenly Basil) to Lord Vishnu or his incarnated structure Lord Krishna.

According to Hindu mythology, Tulsi was really a lady named Vrinda who was wedded to an evil spirit lord named Jalandhar. Vrinda worshiped Lord Vishnu and appealed to God for her spouse to be powerful. No God could crush Jalandhar due to Vrinda. Be that as it may, Vishnu guised himself as Jalandhar and disregarded Vrinda. Her chastity demolished, Jalandhar was slaughtered by Shiva. At the point when Vrinda came to think about reality, she reviled Lord Vishnu and transformed him into a dark stone (Saaligram) and smoldered herself on her spouses burial service. Ruler Vishnu then moved her spirit in Tulsi plant and as a gift wedded her in next conception as Saaligram.

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