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Know about the Glories of Vrindavan and the benefits of Tulsi-

Colourful festivals with elaborate deity worship, melodious bhajans, sumptuous prasadam, chanting of the holy names, and celebrating the past times of Shri Krishna form the basis of Vrindavan.

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Vrindavan Holi

Vrindavan is intimately connected to Krishna eternally and it is said that he never leaves that place. Mathura is the birthplace of Shri Krishna and Vrindavan is where he lived a very natural life.

And spent his childhood times in some good 500 years ago. To the mundane vision, the holy Dham may appear like anywhere else but to the pure souls, devotees, and perfect yogis it is a completely spiritual place. Scripture describes that there are over 600 million holy places on this earth, the benefit of going to all these places and more are attained by just visiting Mathura, Vrindavan.

Benefits of Tulsi:

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Tulsi

The Vrinda, the Tulsi is so great that the whole land of Shri Krishna is not called ‘KrishnaVan’ it is called ‘Vrindavan’. Tulsi can cure so many diseases like ear pain, malaria, fever, and weakness, taking it with honey can cure kidney pain as it strengthens your kidney. Tulsi regulates the cholesterol level and also acts as a stress buster. Although Tulsi has a lot of benefits but remember, we should never chew it. Tulsi leaves have mercury inside them and if we chew them we can get problems like Pyorrhea, therefore we should always swallow it with food, or if you’re having it otherwise make sure you swallow it softly with water.

It is said that By simply worshipping Tulsi every day we can get rid of all the diseases and sins.

So I request you to plant and worship Tulsi Maa daily:)

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Shubhi Mishra
Shubhi Mishra, Author Worldly Voice

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