Tulsi plant: Tulsi plant has special importance in Hinduism. It is found installed in the courtyard or balcony of every house. The day begins with offering water to the elders of the house. Keeping this plant brings positivity in the house. But many times these plants start to wither despite proper care. In such a situation, many people immediately throw it out of the pot, which is not appropriate. There is also a rule for removing dried basil plants, which we are going to tell you about in this article.
How to remove dried basil plant from pot
1- According to scriptures, Tulsi plant should not be removed from the pot on Lunar Eclipse, Solar Eclipse, Amavasya, Ekadashi, Pitru Paksha, Sunday and Full Moon. Apart from these seven days you can remove the basil plant anytime. At the same time, before removing the basil plant, water it so that the soil is moist. Even after this you should tear it down.
2- After offering water to the dry basil plant you should bow down to Lord Vishnu. Then, with the help of a trowel, remove the plant from the pot, after this, float it in running water. At the same time, if you tie a dry basil plant on the main door, Goddess Lakshmi enters the house and brings peace and happiness.
3- Apart from this you can also store dried basil plant wood. You can use it in Yajna. It will bring happiness, peace and prosperity in the house. At the same time, wrap 7 tulsi sticks with yarn or cotton and dip them in ghee, then put them in the lamp and burn them. It brings success in every sphere of life.
4- You can also offer dry basil leaves to Lord Vishnu. Apart from this you should offer it to Lord and Shri Krishna. This is also a good way to maintain positivity in the home.
(Disclaimer: The information provided here is based on general beliefs and information. NDTV does not confirm the same.)