Tulsi Vivah Rangoli Designs: From Chowk Purn to Flower Rangoli Styles, Easy Patterns For Tulsi Wedding
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The Tulsi plant, also known as the Indian holy basil, is considered extremely sacred in India. One of the most important festivals, Tulsi Vivah will be celebrated on November 9. As the name suggests, the festival is the ceremonial marriage of the Tulsi plant to the Hindu god Shaligram or Vishnu or to his avatar, Sri Krishna. The wedding also marks the end of the monsoon and the beginning of the wedding season in Hinduism. Rangoli plays an important role in the celebration of Tulsi Vivah. People usually place their rangoli designs in front of the Tulsi plant and decorate it with diyas and flowers. Tulsi Vivah 2019 Wishes: WhatsApp Stickers, Facebook Greetings, GIF Images, SMS And Messages to Send on The Festival. 

Chowk rangoli is considered an auspicious design to make during the wedding ceremony of Tulsi. Chowk rangoli, also known as Chowk purn is one of the oldest forms of Rangoli in India that is made in the shape of a holy square. This type of rangoli is made during Tulsi vivah and other occasions such as Diwali pooja, Gangour, Chhath pooja and Styanarayan Katha etc. It is made by flour of wheat , vermilion and turmeric and if you cannot make designer chowk, you can make the simple version with turmeric as well.  Making chawk during any kind of puja is considered very auspicious and it is also said to please Gods and goddesses. Tulsi Vivah 2019 Date: Significance, Mythology, Puja Muhurat Related to Ceremonial Marriage of the Goddess Tulsi to Lord Vishnu.

Tulsi marriage is performed on the day of Devuthani Ekadashi. According to Hindu beliefs, on this day of Ekadashi, the observer of the universe, Shri Hari Vishnu, wakes up after four months of yoga sleep. On this auspicious day, Tulsi is aroused through marriage. Tulsi wedding is organised every year on Ekadashi date of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month.  A wedding ceremony is performed after worship of Lord Shaligram and Goddess Tulsi by law. It is from this Ekadashi that marks auspicious for Mangalik pujan, Mundan etc. Since rangoli forms an important part of the celebration, check out some of the best rangoli designs for Tulsi Vivah:

Rangoli In The shape Of Tulsi

 

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Beautiful!

 

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Beauty In Blue

 

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So Colourful

 

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Tulsi Vivah Rangoli Design

 

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For The Corners of The Tulsi Plant

 

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So Pretty!

 

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Portrait Rangoli

 

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You can really use your own imagination to play around with your rangoli. Use earthen lamps, flowers etc to make your rangoli edgy. You can also use rangoli stencils to make your design better and more defined. Some people also make rangolis made, with flowers, pulses and petals in different parts of the country. It is also known with different names like muggu, chowkpurana, jhoti, pokkalam, gahuli etc.