Vastu Tips: According to Vastu these things should not be kept near Tulsi plant even by mistake! – News India Live
Tulsi plant has a special religious place in Hinduism. You will find a Tulsi plant in almost every Hindu household, which has a tradition of lighting a ghee lamp regularly. Many times we unknowingly keep many such things near the Tulsi plant, due to which our life starts getting affected badly. Nothing should be kept near Tulsi even by mistake.
Shivling- According to Vastu Shastra, Lord Shiva or Shivling should not be kept near Tulsi even by mistake. According to religious belief, Tulsi is dear to Lord Vishnu. Legend has it that Tulsi’s name in her previous birth was Vrinda, who was the wife of a demon named Jalandhar, but she was killed by Mahadev because of Jalandhar’s unjust-tyrannical behavior. This is the reason why Tulsi is not used in the worship of Lord Shankar.
An idol of Ganapati A story is very famous in religious texts. According to this, once Ganapati was engrossed in penance on the banks of a river. At the same time Tulsi appeared from there, she was attracted by the beauty of Ganesha and proposed marriage to him. However, Ganesha refuses her, so Tulsi curses Ganesha of two marriages. That’s why the idol of Ganesha is not kept near Tulsi or Tulsi is not offered to Ganesha.
Broom- According to religious belief, a broom should not be kept near the Tulsi plant even by mistake, because we use it for cleaning the house. It is believed that keeping a broom near the Tulsi plant brings poverty in the house.
footwear- According to Vastu Shastra, shoes and slippers should not be kept near the Tulsi plant even by mistake. Doing this is considered an insult to Lakshmi. Mother Lakshmi gets angry by keeping shoes and slippers near Tulsi, in such a situation the person has to face financial crisis. Along with this, footwear has been considered the symbol of Rahu and Shani.
trash box- According to Vastu Shastra, dustbin should never be kept near Tulsi. Keeping dirt near the Tulsi plant can worsen the financial condition of the family.