Tulsi Vivah is a special day when people celebrate the marriage between the Tulsi plant (holy basil) and Hindu gods like Lord Vishnu or Krishna. It’s happening on November 24 this year. This day is all about bringing happiness, peace, and good luck to families. It’s considered sacred and important in Hindu traditions.
A famous astrologer named Pandit Rishikant Mishra Shastri from Unnao, Uttar Pradesh, has given some advice to make marriages happier during Tulsi Vivah. Here are a couple of things he suggested:
Chanting Mangalashtak on Tulsi Vivah is believed to make relationships stronger and bring joy. These are special verses that, when said with a lot of love and respect, can make married life happier.
Giving Shringaar Items to Tulsi:
People are encouraged to give sixteen special items to Goddess Tulsi on this day. It’s a way of showing respect and is considered lucky. Couples who want to have children are especially told to pray to Goddess Tulsi with love and devotion during Tulsi Vivah.