Tips on how to place a Tulsi plant in your home according to Vastu Shastra!

Tulsi, commonly known as Basil, has a variety of therapeutic characteristics that can help you avoid catching a cold or cough this season.

We examine the Vastu Shastra rules that must be followed to preserve this plant at home.The tulsi plant, often known as the queen of herbs, has several medical benefits and is commonly seen in Indian homes since it is considered sacred by Hindus. This plant, often known as basil, is used to treat a variety of seasonal illnesses, including the common cold, flu, and cough. According to Vastu, maintaining a tulsi plant at home also gives harmony and pleasure to the family.

Where must you place the Tulsi Plant at home?

  • While the greatest location for the plant is towards the east, it may also be placed in the north or northeast on the balcony or near a window.
  • Make sure there is enough light near the plant.
  • Keep the plant in odd numbers like one, three, or five at all times.
  • Brooms, shoes, and dustbins should not be placed near the planter.
  • Make sure the space around the plant is tidy and free of debris.
  • Flowering plants should always be placed near the plant.
  • Keep a dry plant out of the house because it attracts bad energy.

Which Tulsi is best to place at home?

‘Shri-Tulsi,’ also known as ‘lucky Tulsi,’ ‘Rama-Tulsi,’ or ‘bright Tulsi,’ is a Tulsi with green leaves.’Shyama-Tulsi,’ or ‘dark Tulsi,’ or ‘Krishna-Tulsi,’ is a Tulsi with dark green or purple leaves and a purple stem. Because its purple color resembles Lord Krishna’s dark skin, it is identified with him.You may grow any of these two Tulsi types at home.Tulsi should be planted on a Thursday in the Hindu calendar month of Kartik, according to Hindu traditions.

What are the advantages of keeping a Tulsi Plant at home?

Tulsi plants, in addition to their therapeutic characteristics, aid in the reduction of stress.The plant’s mosquito-repellent properties keep insects at bay.Having this plant at home helps to purify the air. The tulsi plant is said to absorb poisonous chemicals from the air, such as sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and others.The plant emits a nice perfume that helps to keep the environment fresh.

Make sure the plant is pruned regularly. Remove any dry leaves and keep the plant well hydrated. To maintain it green and healthy, use organic fertilizers.

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