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It symbolises purity, promotes longevity and happiness. The plant is worshipped as a goddess in the Hindu religion and in some parts, also considered as a consort of Lord Vishnu. Any marriages, puja or religious event in Hindu religion is incomplete without the use of Tulsi leaves. Tulsi Vivah is celebrated on the 12th day of the Hindu lunar cycle or Dwadashi during the Shukla Paksha in the month of Karthik. This puja is mostly celebrated after Diwali, falling in the month of October or November.
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Tulasi Vivaha is the ceremonial marriage of the Tulasi or commonly Tulsi holy basil plant to the Hindu god Shaligram or Vishnu or to his avatar, Sri Krishna. The Tulsi wedding signifies the end of the monsoon and the beginning of the wedding season in Hinduism. The ceremonial festival is performed anytime between Prabodhini Ekadashi the eleventh or twelfth lunar day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu month of Kartik and Kartik Poornima the full moon of the month. The day varies regionally. The legend behind Tulsi Vivah and its rites are told in the scripture, Padma Purana. She was an incarnation of the Goddess Lakshmi.