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Pooja's FAQ

What is Tulsi Vivah?

Tulsi Vivah is a ceremonial marriage of the Tulsi plant to a deity, usually Lord Vishnu or Krishna. The ritual symbolizes the end of the monsoon and the beginning of the wedding season in Hinduism.

When is Tulsi Vivah celebrated?

Tulsi Vivah is usually celebrated on the Ekadashi (11th day) of the waxing moon in the month of Kartik, which falls between October and November.

What is the significance of Tulsi Vivah?

Tulsi is considered a sacred plant in Hinduism, associated with purity and devotion. The marriage of Tulsi to Lord Vishnu or Krishna is believed to bring prosperity, happiness, and spiritual well-being to the household.

How is Tulsi Vivah performed?

The ceremony involves the symbolic marriage of a Tulsi plant to an idol or image of Lord Vishnu or Krishna. The rituals include prayers, recitation of mantras, circumambulation (parikrama) of the Tulsi plant, and the tying of a cotton thread or a silk cloth around the plant.

Is Tulsi Vivah performed in temples?

Yes, Tulsi Vivah is also performed in temples. Temples with a dedicated Tulsi garden or shrine may organize special events and rituals for devotees to participate in the marriage ceremony.

Is it possible to reschedule the date and time of the pooja without canceling the booking?

Certainly, you have the flexibility to alter the date and time of the pooja. Kindly get in touch with POOJAT customer care for coordination.


What steps should be taken after scheduling a pooja with a pandit or temple?

After booking a pooja with a pandit or temple, you will receive the pandit's contact number in the booking section. Feel free to reach out to confirm details and discuss any specific requirements.