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Can I chant with Tulsi Mala?

Can I chant with Tulsi Mala?

Chant your Tulsi Japa Mala mantra clearly and clearly and without any mistakes – even if you are chanting silently. If you make a mistake, repeat the mantra. Do not practice chanting hastily or carelessly. Do it slowly and mindfully, chanting Tulsi Mala with emotion, meditation and one-minded devotion.

Can we chant Shiv mantra with Tulsi Mala?

Importance of Tulsi Mala – While wearing this garland, one must follow the Vaishnav tradition. – Never chant the mantras of Goddess and Shiva on the rosary of Tulsi.

Can I use the same mala for different mantras?

Yes, you can use same Japa mala for chanting multiple mantras or single mantra. Japa malas are like tools to assist you in meditation as an object of divinity by concentration and focusing on the recitation/chanting of mantras. It helps keep a count on the number of times the mantra has been chanted.

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When should we not wear Tulsi Mala?

Padma Purana says: “When you ablute, bathe, eat or in every clean or unclean state, you must wear tulsi; it means you should not strip mala under any circumstances. Tulsi mala is often to be worn as yajna, or holy cord, says Shastras. Those who take away Tulsi mala for a time are known as Vishnu Drohi.

Can we wear Tulsi mala in wrist?

Putting Holistic Tulsi Mala in the wrist increases the life force. Chanting on Holistic Tulsi Mala and wearing it in the wrist prevents the necessary acupressure points, which reduces mental stress, For spiritual and physical importance, tulsi wood is worn by touching the neck around the neck.

Who can wear Tulsi mala?

People living in all the four types of ashrams, Brahmacharya, Grihastha, Sannyasi or Vanaprastha, the people of the four ashrams can wear it easily and easily. At any age, whether you are initiated or not, you must wear Tulsi Mala.

Which mala is good for chanting?

Rudraksha Jaap Mala can be used to wear on your body for protection, blessings, good fortune, health & well-being, and for spiritual evolution. You can use the Mala as it is traditionally used for meditation and Japa (chanting mantra repetitively).

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Which mala is good for Gayatri Japa?

Tulsi and Chandan Mala is best for Daily chanting for Gayatri Mantra. if u doing through Tantra Marg then Rudarksh is Best. remembar that Rudarksh only for Tantra Marg.

What should we not do after Tulsi mala?

  1. No meat eating ( egg, onion, garlic etc also not allowed)
  2. No Gambling.
  3. No Intoxication (wine, tea, coffee, cigarettes, gutka etc not allowed)
  4. No illicit sex (sex allowed only with one’s own spouse only for purpose of getting a good child)

Can we eat non veg after wearing Tulsi mala?

Wearing a TULASI Kanthi Mala around your neck means one has offered himself/herself up to Vishnu. So any kind of tamasic object cannot be eaten once you wear a tulasi mala. You cannot even eat onion, garlic, mushrooms, red lentils, non veg, alcohol or any intoxicants.

What is the use of Tulsi japa mala?

The Tulsi Japa Mala is used mainly for the chanting of Mantras of Lord Vishnu, Lord Ram, Shri Krishna. There are other types of Japa Malas too, like, Rosewood Mala for Ganesha, Quartz (Sphatik) beads, Coral bead etc.

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How many beads are there in a Tulsi Mala?

Tulsi mala is one of the most preferred malas, considered as an ornament as well as a japamala. When used as a japamala, it has 108 beads plus one. The 108 beads refer to chanting 108 names of a deity or chanting a mantra 108 times.

Can I wear Kanthi Mala (tulasi mala) around neck?

However, those un-initiated devotees (i) who are chanting Maha Manthra and (ii) have been following four regulative principles and avoid Onion/ Garlic for a certain period, say atleast for about 6 months and also resolve to strictly follow the rules, may also wear Kanthi mala (tulasi mala) around neck.

How to chant Tulsi mala for Lord Vishnu?

This mantra should be chanted at least 108 times. After finishing the chant, one must wear the mala around the neck. It is recommended to wear Tulsi Mala on Thursday or Friday as these days are controlled by Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi. You can wear one, two or three strands of mala as per your dedication to Lord Vishnu.