|1 November, 2017|
Tulsi Vivah refers to an ages old ritual of marrying Tulsi plant to Lord Vishnu. According to the traditional Hindu calendar, it is celebrated in the Kartik month. Tulsi Vivah is performed by some communities on the Ekadasi day after Amavasi (new moon) in Kartik month and by some communities on the Dev Diwali day or the full moon day in Kartik Month.
The ritual of Tulsi Vivah is performed and celebrated with immense glory and joy across different temples and households. This ritual is mentioned in age old Puranas and scriptures. The festival of Tulsi Vivah also marks the end of the harvesting season and the beginning of the Marriage season in India, especially in the Hindu tradition.
In the year 2017, Tulsi Vivah will be celebrated on 1 November 2017.