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Amayra Badoni

Student (Delhi University) | Posted 27 Sep, 2018 |

Why do we offer water to the plant of Basil (tulsi)?

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Founder & CEO at AERO2ASTRO | Posted 29 Apr, 2020

It's a plant with sufficient therapeutic properties. It's leaves and blossoms fix cold, hack and minor sicknesses. Ocimum sanctum is viewed as consecrated for a family in Hindu religion. It has a colossal necessity for water however. Tulsi plant develops its root at more slow rate when contrasted with different plants. In this way, it sets aside some effort to arrive at water table. Hence it is fitting to water the plant all the time.

Naveen Yadav

govt employee | Posted 13 Apr, 2020

In the long run, this delicate herb will bloom and pass on, even as a houseplant. Blooming is debilitated, as it lessens leaf creation and blossoming is advanced by drying out. The blossoms are pretty however not valuable in food, however they are palatable. Therefore, basil plant watering is pivotal.

Dharm Dass

Working with Maruti Suzuki | Posted 27 Sep, 2018

Tulsi, or the plant of Basil has its own significance in Hinduism. We all must be told about the worship of Tulsi right since our childhood, and we all must also have the sacred plant of Tulsi in our yards. We have been told by our elders to water Tulsi after taking bathe early morning every day.

Offering water, and holy water of ganga (gangajal) specifically has its own meaning.


The plant of Basil does not only makes our environment pure, but religious and sacred as well. It induces positive feelings in our heart.

Tulsi plant is said to invite happiness, facility, peace, discretion, wealth, property at our home. Watering the plant of basil keeps away negative vibes and energy. It also keeps you healthy.

Translated from Hindi by Letsdiskuss