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What is the difference between planting Rama and Shyama Tulsi plants for home and their specialties

What is the difference between planting Rama and Shyama Tulsi plants for home and their specialties?

What is the difference between planting Rama and Shyama Tulsi plants for home and their specialties
What is the difference between planting Rama and Shyama Tulsi plants for home and their specialties


Tulsi is considered very important and revered in Hinduism. Its presence in the house brings happiness, prosperity and positivity. There are two types of Tulsi – Rama Tulsi and Shyama Tulsi. Let us know which basil plant is auspicious in the house and what are their specialties.

Both Rama and Shyama Tulsi are very auspicious. Both are revered and both have their own specialties. They are different in appearance and can be easily recognized.

Shyama Tulsi –

Shyama Tulsi leaves are dark green or purple in color. According to Hindu scriptures, Shyama Tulsi was very much liked by Lord Krishna. Kanha also had a name Shyama. That is why this Tulsi is called Shyama Tulsi. It has less sweetness than Rama Tulsi.

Rama Tulsi –

Rama Tulsi leaves are green in colour. It is believed that Rama Tulsi was very dear to Lord Rama, hence it is called Rama Tulsi. The leaves of Rama Tulsi are very sweet and it is very auspicious to plant it at home. By applying it, happiness and prosperity increases in the house. Only Rama Tulsi is used in worship.

Both Rama and Shyama Tulsi are very auspicious to plant in the house. But due to the use of Rama Tulsi in worship, only Rama Tulsi is planted in most of the houses. This also opens the way for progress. On the other hand, the most auspicious days to plant Tulsi are Thursday, Friday and Saturday. By applying Tulsi in these days, by the grace of Lord Vishnu and Mother Lakshmi, one gets a lot of wealth and happiness. On the other hand, applying Tulsi on Ekadashi, eclipse day, Sunday, Monday and Wednesday is considered inauspicious. Even on Ekadashi, Sunday and solar eclipse and lunar eclipse, one should not touch the Tulsi plant. Neither should water be given.

There are two types of Tulsi – Rama Tulsi and Shyama Tulsi. Let us know which basil plant is auspicious in the house and what are their specialties.

What is the difference between planting Rama and Shyama Tulsi plants for home and their specialties?

Tulsi is considered very important and revered in Hinduism. Its presence in the house brings happiness, prosperity and positivity. There are two types of Tulsi – Rama Tulsi and Shyama Tulsi. Let us know which basil plant is auspicious in the house and what are their specialties.

Both Rama and Shyama Tulsi are very auspicious. Both are revered and both have their own specialties. They are different in appearance and can be easily recognized.

Shyama Tulsi –

Shyama Tulsi leaves are dark green or purple in color. According to Hindu scriptures, Shyama Tulsi was very much liked by Lord Krishna. Kanha also had a name Shyama. That is why this Tulsi is called Shyama Tulsi. It has less sweetness than Rama Tulsi.

Rama Tulsi –

Rama Tulsi leaves are green in colour. It is believed that Rama Tulsi was very dear to Lord Rama, hence it is called Rama Tulsi. The leaves of Rama Tulsi are very sweet and it is very auspicious to plant it at home. By applying it, happiness and prosperity increases in the house. Only Rama Tulsi is used in worship.

Both Rama and Shyama Tulsi are very auspicious to plant in the house. But due to the use of Rama Tulsi in worship, only Rama Tulsi is planted in most of the houses. This also opens the way for progress. On the other hand, the most auspicious days to plant Tulsi are Thursday, Friday and Saturday. By applying Tulsi in these days, by the grace of Lord Vishnu and Mother Lakshmi, one gets a lot of wealth and happiness. On the other hand, applying Tulsi on Ekadashi, eclipse day, Sunday, Monday and Wednesday is considered inauspicious. Even on Ekadashi, Sunday and solar eclipse and lunar eclipse, one should not touch the Tulsi plant. Neither should water be given.

What is the difference between planting Rama and Shyama Tulsi plants for home and their specialties


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