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Tulsi (Holy Basil) is a sacred herb in India. Divine goddess and considered to be the Queen of Ayurvedic herbs in Ancient Indian medicine. Tulsi is a auspicious herb which has good energy.

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Symmetry By Sharath Padaki. This is a Tulsi plant (Ocimum tenuiflorum) which is worshipped in Hindu culture and it is also believed to have powerful healing qualities.

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Symmetry by Sharath Padaki

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Tradition of chanting in India. A devotee chants in front of the holy thulsi plant.

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20 Amazing Scientific Reasons Behind Hindu Traditions

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Tulasi Maadam

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Tulasi Maadam | DailyPhoto Chennai

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Ocimum sanctum (Holy Basil, Tulsi, Tulasi, Indian Basil)- Treats common colds, headaches, stomach disorders, inflammation, heart disease, anti-tumor, anti-ulcerative, protects brain against degenerative disease.

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