Tulsi Jap Mala
Tulsi Jap Mala is very useful in mantra siddhi because Tulsi wood, which is in the family of basil, is the most sacred of all wood in the Hindu tradition. It is worshipped in Indian temples as a living goddess. One Hindu legend relates that Vishnu spawned Tulsi from the turbulent seas in order to help all mankind. The Tulsi Mala can be worn on the neck or tied around the fist. The benefits of the leaves of Tulsi is well proven, and owing to its spiritual and physical healing powers, the touch of the Tulsi wood acts as a rejuvenator for the stressed mind and brings the spiritual self of a person closer to God. On top of that, wearing the Tulsi Mala is supposed to bring good luck and fortune to the devoted wearer. The Tulsi Mala is used to worship Lord Ram and Krishna, different incarnations of Lord Vishnu who is believed to be the creator and the beloved of the Tulsi and used for all japs and wearing it.
- The wearer of this Mala gains health and peace.
- It maintains ritual purity and wards off evil.
- Tulsi is regarded as the 4th incarnation of supreme Goddess.
- Tulsi is regarded as best for worshipping lord Vishnu, Ram, and Krishna.
- According to Ayurveda, it is very useful in the throat disease.
- It is also used for the purification of the body.
- It gives peace of mind and reduces stress.
All people who use a garland or garland throughout the world and follow different religions, they will believe that concentration is generated on prayer by placing it in your hand.
Using a pearl, you follow a specific path and pray a solid and real connection. Krishna devotees believe that in chanting you will bring you close to God.
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