Vastu Tips: The Tulsi plant has a special significance in the Hindu religion. Lord Vishnu holds a special place for this plant, and it is believed that when Tulsi is regularly worshipped, happiness and prosperity always remain in the home. Because the tulsi plant dispels negative energy and fosters positive energy, it is also highly valued in Vastu. However, the plant of tulsi is considered as the lucky charm but the plant fails to garner good fortune if it is not maintained properly. If you have a Tulsi plant in your home then you should consider these few things. Let’s take a look at the rules of planting a tulsi plant in your home.
A tulsi plant should never be placed facing the south of the house because this direction is associated with Yamraj and the ancestors. The best orientation for a Tulsi plant, according to Vastu Shastra, is northeast.
Avoid Darkness near the Plant
The Tulsi plant should always be kept in an area with plenty of sunlight. Tulsi plants are not thought to be healthy if they are kept in dimly lit areas of your home or places with little to no light.
Some people plant tulsi on their property, but this is not a good idea. It is never advisable to plant tulsi in the ground. Cultivating a Tulsi plant in a pot is regarded as lucky.
Keep these items away from Tulsi
The area around the Tulsi plant should always be kept clean. You shouldn’t keep anything close to it, such as brooms, shoes, slippers, or dirty clothes. In addition, Tulsi should only ever be handled with clean hands.