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Why is Tulsi Pujan Celebrated on 25th December?

It is noteworthy that during the period from 25th December to 1st January, to bid farewell to the last year, issues like drug addiction and suicide are on the rise due to blind imitation of the West. Celebrating this festival during these times will prove to be a boon, as Tulsi is an excellent anti-depressant, promoting increased enthusiasm, vigor, and sattvikta.
Tulsi is very sacred and important from many points of view. Like a mother, she protects and nourishes us in every way
Tilak made of Tulsi soil is beneficial, Tulsi wood is beneficial and it is a panacea.
Tulsi is an excellent antidepressant. Basil leaves are also disinfectant. Rich in eugenol methyl ether, the Tulsi leaves destroy the bacteria and repel the mosquitoes.
Numerous tales of the glory of Tulsi are found in several Vrata-related legends, religious stories, and the Puranas. No worship of Lord Vishnu or Krishna is considered complete without offering Tulsi leaves.

Let's make the world a better place.

Pujya Bapu Ji's call for the welfare of the world's mankind is: "From 25th December to 1st January, programs like Tulsi Puja, Japa Mala Puja, Cow Puja, Havan, Cow Geeta Ganga Jagriti Yatra, Satsang, etc., should be organized. This will ensure everyone's well-being and health, fostering a happy mind and the visible blessings of the giver of wisdom in the intellect. The aim is to prevent suicide, cow slaughter, and killing youth, and instead focus on self-development while protecting and nurturing Cows and Ganga. Become vibrant and radiant with cow, Ganga, Tulsi, and discover your free and great soul form through the knowledge of the Geeta.

Tulsi and environment

Most necessary for human life

In a day, we take approximately 21,600 breaths. Now, the more the air becomes polluted, the more people’s health deteriorates.

Measures to get Pure Air

Pujya Bapuji says, “Eucalyptus trees pollute the air and deplete vitality. In contrast, Tulsi and Peepal trees abundantly provide vitality. Therefore, trees like Tulsi, Peepal, Neem, and Amla should be planted with a whole heart.

By planting these trees, you will be rendering great service to living beings. Planting trees yourself and inspiring others is also a service to mankind.

It is one of our national duties to plant trees for the environment. Trees are a boon, a blessing for our health, and for the environment.”

A Country-wide Environment- protection Campaign

Pujya Bapuji has always acted as a staunch sentinel for the protection of the environment. He has emphasized tree plantation and the purification of the atmosphere in his Satsang discourses over the past 50 years.

Our Vision

सबकी भलाई हो, तन तंदुरुस्त व मन प्रसन्न रहे और न आत्महत्या करें, न गोहत्याएँ, न यौवन-हत्याएँ करें बल्कि आत्मविकास करें, गौ गंगा की रक्षा एवं विकास करें।

Our Mission

मानसिक अवसाद, आत्महत्या आदि से लोगों की रक्षा हो और लोगों को भारतीय संस्कृति के इस सूक्ष्म ऋषि – विज्ञान का लाभ मिले ।

Our Motto

तुलसी पूजन से बुद्धिबल, मनोबल, चारित्र्यबल व आरोग्यबल बढ़ेगा |

What People Tell About Our Programs

Babita Phogat
Babita Phogat

Indian professional wrestler

If a plastic tree starts giving oxygen, then celebrate Christmas; otherwise, light a lamp under Tulsi. Don’t celebrate 25th December with a plastic tree, but celebrate Tulsi Pujan Day with Nature's heritage. We take pride in our Sanatan culture.

 Prashant Umrao
Prashant Umrao


There has been a tradition of worshiping Tulsi in the courtyard of houses since ancient times, whether it be a king's palace or a humble dwelling. Keeping a Tulsi plant at home is considered beneficial not only from a religious perspective but also scientifically.

Kuldeep Bishnoi
Kuldeep Bishnoi

Former Member of the Lok Sabha

Tulsi is a boon for the entire earth, a highly beneficial medicine, and nectar for human life. Hearty greetings to all on the auspicious occasion of #TulsiPujanDay.