New Delhi, Table of Spirituality. Indian culture has a deep connection with nature. Trees and plants have special importance in Sanatan Dharma. Many trees and plants including Tulsi, Banyan and Banana etc. have been considered as adorable. In Hinduism, many Teej festivals have been mentioned in which special fruits are obtained by worshiping trees and plants. Today we are going to talk about some of these festivals of Indian culture in which trees and plants are mainly worshiped.
Why Banyan is Worshiped in Vat Savitri Vrat
As is implied in the name of this fast. Vat i.e. Banyan tree is mainly worshiped on Vat Savitri Vrat. Vat Savitri Vrat is observed every year on Jyestha Amavasya mainly by married women. It was under the banyan tree that Savitri saved the life of her husband Satyavan of Yamraj. According to Hindu beliefs, the trinity i.e. Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh is believed to reside in the banyan tree.
What tree is worshiped on Somvati Amavasya?
If Amavasya Tithi falls in love with Somvati Amavasya i.e. on Monday, then the worship of the Peepal tree has special significance on this day. On this day, water and other materials are poured over the Peepal tree 108 times. The peepal tree is believed to be the abode of many deities, which is why it falls under the category of deity trees.
On what day is the importance of worshiping the banana
The banana has great religious significance. In South India, food is eaten only on banana leaves. Which also has many benefits from a health point of view. Lord Vishnu and Devguru Brihaspati are believed to reside in the banana tree. That is why on Thursday the banana is worshiped. By worshiping him, all a person’s problems begin to disappear.
What is the importance of Amla tree?
The Amla tree is also considered to be adorable in Hinduism. According to Panchang, the Navami of Shukla Paksha in the month of Kartik is celebrated as Amla Navami or Akshay Navami. On this day people worship the Amla tree. After worship, there is also the law to eat food while sitting under the tree.
On what day is Tulsi worship performed?
The Tulsi plant is considered highly revered and sacred in Hinduism. In scriptures, the Tulsi plant is considered as the form of Goddess Lakshmi. By worshiping him regularly, happiness and prosperity reside in the house. There is a tradition to marry Mata Tulsi to Lord Shaligram on Devuthani Ekadashi day. Mother Tulsi is decorated on this day. And they are worshiped with complete rituals.
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