We have all heard the glories of the Tulsi plant and how even Bhakt-Vatsal Shree Krishna is willing to give everything He has to a true devotee who offers a tulsi leaf in loving devotion.
It is said that in Golok, where Lord Krishna and Radha Rani perform their eternal pastimes, also resides a divine personality by the name of Vrinda Devi. An eternal associate of Radha Rani, Vrinda Devi makes sure that the divine pastimes of Shree Krishna and Radha Rani take place for the eternal welfare of souls in Golok. Tulsi Devi is believed to be an expansion of Vrinda Devi.
Do you know the story of how Vrinda Devi happened to marry Shaligram – a form of Shree Krishna?
Participate in the grand Tulsi Vivah at Radha Krishna Temple of Dallas (Allen) in the divine presence of Swami Mukundananda to hear about the beautiful pastimes of God.
WHAT IS TULSI VIVAH?
Tulsi Vivah is the ceremonial marriage of the Tulsi plant (holy basil), reverentially referred to as Vrinda Devi, to Lord Krishna This ceremony is typically performed in the Holy Hindu month of Kartik in temples and houses to this day!