What are the benefits of wearing ‘Tulsi Mala’?
Tulsi, known as the “queen of the herbs” in Ayurveda, is famous for its medicinal, therapeutic, and spiritual properties. Considered one of the most sacred plants in the Hindu religion, Tulsi has many medicinal and spiritual benefits. In Hindu mythology, Tulsi or Basil is personified as Goddess Tulsi and is worshiped as a deity. People grow Tulsi plants in their homes as planting a tulsi plant in a house is considered very auspicious. Different parts of the plants are used in various forms to benefit from their properties. Leaves are used to make tea, kaadha, and many other purposes. Similarly, the beads of Tulsi are used to make ‘mala’ which can be worn as well as used for meditation.
What is Tulsi Mala?
Tulsi Mala, considered an ornament, is also called ‘japmala.’ The mala beads are made. A japmala has 108 beads and a Guru bead to remind us of the wonderful teachers in our lives. It is used as a traditional way of counting the number of times one recites the mantra during Japa. Number 108 has significance in many religions but particularly in Hinduism. Similar beads have been used for generations in various spiritual traditions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism.
Benefits of Tulsi Mala
Several benefits of Tulsi have also been mentioned in the Garuda Purana (A Hindu mythological text). According to Ayurveda, the Tulsi plant promotes purity and lightness, purifies the mind, and restores balance and harmony to the body. Tulsi beads mala are considered the best for worshiping Lord Vishnu in Hinduism. Also, meditation is regarded as good for peace of mind and relieving stress. Here are some benefits of using Tulsi Mala as an ornament or as a Japmala.
- Wearing a Tulsi mala can help you increase concentration, and the wearer gets rid of health problems.
- The wood in the beads is considered healthy for the skin as well. So it has some skin benefits too.
- According to the Skanda Purana (Hindi Mythological text), it is believed that tulsi destroys the greatest sins of the wearer.
- Practicing tulsi mala can help you in relieving stress and gives peace of mind.
- The fragrance of tulsi beads can help you in giving positive vibes and remove some negativity.
Not only from a religious view, but the tulsi plant has immense medical benefits. According to Ayurveda, from relieving cough, cold, flu, and sore throat to increasing concentration, reducing stress, and increasing stability in the body, tulsi has impressive benefits.
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