Can we pluck Tulsi leaves on Amavasya?
Though there are such references in certain scriptures that tulsi plucking can be avoided on Purnima, Amavasya, Dvadashi, Sunday, a vaishnava should avoid “Dvadasi day” to pluck tulsi leaves.
So the devotee in order to not to disturb or hurt her, don’t pluck leaves..
Can we pluck Tulsi leaves in evening?
1) One should not pluck Tulsi at all the times. Like how one must follow fasting before doing ‘Glucose-fasting’ test at lab, there are timing when one can pluck Tulsi and one cannot. One must not pluck anything from any plant during night and SAndhya time. Avoid plucking Tulsi on Dwadashi.
Why Tulsi is not offered to Lakshmi?
While worshiping Goddess Laxmi, please keep in mind that basil is not offered in worship. It is believed that Lord Vishnu is dear to Tulsi but Goddess Lakshmi does not like Basil because Tulsi is the wife of Shaligram in the second form of Lord Vishnu. Therefore, do not forget to use basil leaves in worship.
Why does my Tulsi plant die?
Tulsi palnt care in winter season is the most important because most of the tulsi plant die off in this season because tulsi plant love the hot climate but the cold climate will make tulsi plant branches & leaf to turn black and die.
Why we should not give water to Tulsi plant on Sundays?
Tulsi or holy Basil is a sacred plant according to Hindu belief. … Every Sunday, during Ekadashi and lunar eclipse, water should not be offered to Tulsi. Also, in these days and after hiding the sun, basil leaves should not be broken.
When should you not pluck Tulsi?
It is considered inauspicious to pluck Tulsi leaves on Sundays and Ekadashi. Hence, the practice should be avoided. Make sure that you dispose of the dried out Tulsi plant in a holy river or a water body. Also, avoid keeping a dry Tulsi plant as it brings bad luck and immediately replaces it with a new one.