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BENEFITS OF TURMERIC ROSARY (HALDI/HARIDRA MALA) AND BASIL ROSARY (TULSI MALA)

Posted by Megha Goel on

Haldi , Haridra Mala                                                           

Category: Hinduism, Religion

Haldi Mala (Turmeric Rosary) is a mala which is made of turmeric bulbs, consisting of 108+1 beads. Its benefits are as follows:

  • Haldi as an herb has a lot of proven medicinal properties, that helps in ailments like Cancer, bone problems, cough and colds, increasing immunity and even in Jaundice.
  • Haldi is a very auspicious herb and is hence used while performing any Hindu ritual/prayer.
  • It is believed that Haldi/Turmeric mala benefits people in law suits and remove differences.
  • It also has a positive effect on state of mind, reduce stress and tensions.
  • This rosary is used to pray Goddess Baglamukhi.
  • Chanting of the mantra “Om Brim Brihaspathi Namah” on Thursday with this rosary helps strengthen the lord Jupiter and removes its negative effects.

 Tulsi mala

Tulsi Mala (Basil Rosary) is a mala which is made of Tulsi/Basil stem and it contains 108+1 beads. Tulsi are of two types- Shyama Tulsi which is of darker colour and Rama Tulsi of a lighter colour. The rosaries are made from Shyama Tulsi. Its benefits are as follows:

  • Tulsi/Basil plant is a very auspicious plant/herb. It holds special place in Hinduism.
  • It is very dear to Lord Krishna(Vishnu) and wearing a Tulsi mala is like attaining the blessings of lord Vishnu and makes you a forever devotee of the God.
  • It is stated in many Puranas that it purifies a person’s soul by destroying all his sins and generates positivity in the wearer and keep him calm.
  • It benefits people with bad dreams and reduces the chances of accidents.
  • Tulsi is a great herb and wearing its rosary will have good health effects.
  • It is used while chanting the Shlokas / verses of Lord Krishna(Vishnu).

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