Tulsi Vivah 2020 – When is Tulsi Vivah in 2020? Know the Date and Time of Tulsi Poojan

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Tulsi Vivah 2020

Tulsi is considered a divine and medicinal plant and Tulsi Vivah takes place during the eleventh or twelfth lunar day of the Moon’s bright half in the month of Kartik.

All the rituals that are performed during a wedding, like the KanyaDaan, are also performed at the Tulsi Vivah, where Tulsi is considered the bride and Lord Vishnu is considered as the bridegroom.

Women sing wedding songs and bhajans during the Tulsi Vivah Ceremony.

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When is Tulsi Vivah in 2020?

Tulsi Vivah will be celebrated on November 25, 2020, this year. Tulsi is considered to be the incarnation of Devi Lakshmi, who was born as Vrinda and is a sincere devotee of Lord Vishnu.

Married women consider the Tulsi Vivah to be very sacred and perform the ceremony to seek the Lord’s blessings to lead a happy married life, while single women perform the Tulsi Vivah ceremony to seek the Lord’s blessing to bless them with an ideal partner of life.

During the Tulsi Vivah, the house and mandap are decorated with flowers, and Tulsi wraps herself in a red sari and adorns herself with jewelry.

Then, keeping the Sacred Fire as witness, Tulsi Jee’s marriage with Shaligram Jee is carried out with proper procedures. This Vedic Ceremony is celebrated as Tulsi Vivah, with great enthusiasm and zeal.

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Tulsi Pooja 2020 Date and Time

Tulsi Vivah is to be celebrated on November 25, 2020. The hours are as follows:

Dwadashi Tithi Start Date: 5.11 am on November 26, 2020

Dwadashi Tithi End Date: 7:47 am on November 27, 2020

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Meaning of Tulsi Vivah

Tulsi Vivaha is a Hindu festival in which the Tulsi plants are considered a divine part of God and are worshiped by celebrating the ceremonial marriage of Tulsi or commonly known as Tulsi (holy basil) with Lord Vishnu.

The Tulsi Vivah signifies the conclusion of the monsoon and the beginning of auspicious events in Hinduism.

Tulsi is worshiped as a Goddess in Hinduism and is believed to be the consort of Lord Vishnu. 

The Tulsi Vivah is performed during the HariPrabodhini Ekadashi in Kartik Shukal Paksh, which is the brightest phase of the full Moon of the month.

Satisfied with the devotion of Vrinda, a devoted wife of Jalandhar, Vishnu promised to marry Vrinda at his next birth, who will be in the form of the Tulsi plant and the Lord Himself will be in the Shaligram form in HariPrabodhini Ekadashi.

Women in Hindu households commemorate the Tulsi Vivah Ceremony to seek Lord Vishnu’s blessing for a peaceful and happy married life.

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Tulsi Vivah Katha

Women in Hindu households light a lamp in the evening, near the Tulsi plant, to bring happiness and prosperity to their homes and also to eliminate negative energies.

According to Hindu Religious Texts, it is widely believed that the Lord of Death, named YamaRaaj, never enters the homes where the Tulsi plant is worshiped.

The story behind Tulsi Vivah is about a sincere devotee, Vrinda, who married the demon king Jalandhar and was also a true follower of Lord Vishnu.

The demon Jalandhar could not be defeated due to his wife’s purity, loyalty and devotion to her husband and the Gods. So, one day Lord Vishnu appeared in the form of Jalandhar and took her hand to take away her purity and Jalandhar immediately died.

The demon Jalandhar could not be defeated due to his wife’s purity, loyalty and devotion to her husband and the Gods. So, one day Lord Vishnu appeared in the form of Jalandhar and took her hand to take away her purity and Jalandhar immediately died.

Lord Vishnu, pleased with her devotion, blesses her to always be by her side like the Tulsi plant and she will always be worshiped along with Him.

Lord Vishnu, pleased with her devotion, blesses her to always be by her side like the Tulsi plant and she will always be worshiped along with Him.

Tulsi is considered to be a reincarnation of the Goddess Lakshmi.

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Tulsi Vivah Pujan Vidhi

During the Tulsi Vivah, the house and mandap are decorated with flowers, and Tulsi wraps herself in a red sari and adorns herself with jewelry.

The sacred fire is considered to be carrying out the marriage ceremony between Shaligram and Tulsi.

The idol of Lord Vishnu is purified with holy water and decorated with flower garlands and the Tulsi plant is also adorned with ornaments and red sari.

The idols are smeared with kumkum and followed by a pinch of rice and distribution of sweets.

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Tulsi Vivah 2020 - Frequently Asked Questions

Q1.  When is Tulsi Vivah celebrated this year

Ans: Tulsi Vivah will be celebrated on November 25, 2020, this year.

Q2. The Tulsi plant is considered to be the embodiment of which Goddess?

Ans: Tulsi is considered to be the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi, who was born as Vrinda and is a sincere devotee of Lord Vishnu.

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