Tulsi Vivah 2021 is a Hindu celebration where a stylized marriage of Tulsi with Lord Shaligram or Amla branch, which are embodiments of Vishnu, is held.
This year, Tulsi Vivah will be commended on November 15, 2021
The Tulsi wedding means the finish of the rainstorm and the start of the wedding season in Hinduism.
As indicated by Hindu sacred writing, the Tulsi plant was a lady named Vrinda who was the spouse of Asura Jalandhar and was an incredible lover of Vishnu. Her dedication made her significant other powerful, not even Gods could overcome him. Once, when Vrinda was petitioning God for her better half’s triumph, Vishnu camouflaged himself as Jalandhar and went before her.
She halted her implores and went to contact Jalandhar/Vishnu’s feet. This removed the genuine Jalandhar’s powers and afterward he was killed by Shiv.
At the point when Vrinda caught wind of it, she reviled Visnu that he would become Shaligram and he would get isolated from his better half, Laxmi. Visnu transformed into Shaligram and was isolated from Sita in his Ram symbol.
From that point onward, Vrinda strolled into the sea and suffocated herself. The Gods transformed her into the Tulsi plant. Visnu had guaranteed her that he would wed her in the following life. So he weds Tulsi as Shaligram. Henceforth, this day is praised as Tulsi Vivah.
The marriage of Tulsi with Vishnu/Krishna looks like the customary Hindu wedding. The wedding service is directed where a quick is seen on the Tulsi Vivah day until evening when the function starts.
A mandap is worked around the yard of the house where the Tulsi plant is typically planted.
It is accepted that the spirit of Vrinda dwells in the plant around evening time and leaves toward the beginning of the day. The lady of the hour Tulsi is dressed with a sari and the husband to be, a picture of Vishnu or the Shaligram is dressed with dhoti. The couple is connected with a cotton string in the service. Individuals burst fireworks and circulate desserts on this day.