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Tulsi Vivah -- 2018


Tulsi Vivah is considered the beginning of the wedding season in India in the month of Kartik, which occurs in October/November every year. According to Hindu mythology, Tulsi is ceremonially married to Lord Vishnu on this day. The festival continues for five days and concludes on the full moon day.

Tulsi is considered to be an incarnation of Maha Lakshmi, who was born as Vrinda in her previous birth. Vrinda was married to a demon king Jalandhar. But she prayed to Lord Vishnu that her demon husband would be protected with the result that no God was able to harm him.

However on the request of the other gods, Lord Vishnu took the form of Jalandhar and stayed with the unsuspecting Tulsi. When the truth emerged after Jalandhar’s death, Vrinda crused Vishnu and turned him to stone (Shaligram) and collapsed. From her body emerged the tulsi plant.



Tulsi Vivah Invitation


You and your family are cordially invited to join the celebration of the wedding Of

Lord Shalingram (Vishnu)

Yajman : Panna Patel, Shivkumar & Family (Bristol)


With


Mata Tulsi (Vrinda)

Yajman: Hansaben Patel & Family (Cardiff)


On 25th November 2018 at

Sanatana Dharma Mandal Hindu Community centre,

Seaview Building, Lewis Road,

Cardiff, CF24 5EB


Manglik Prasango :-

23rd Nov : Mahendi & Garba Bristol Mandir 6:30pm(Snacks & drinks)

24th Nov : Vidhi (Grah shanti/ Mandum Mahurat, Varadh, Verghido,Pithi followed by Bhojan)
Bristol Mandir 1:00pm

25th Nov : Vivah (lagna): Cardiff Mandir 1:00pm


Do not miss this golden opportunity


Anyone wishing to take part in these ceremonies charges are £25.00, all collection will go to Mandir please contact: Ila Shrimanker 07709538585, Panna Patel 07727611074 or Nimisha Patel 07466908824.

Anyone wanting to give anything towards the Peramni/Chhab such as Shangar for Tulsi Mataji please contact any of the above names.

Coach has been arranged to go to Cardiff from Bristol temple at 10:00am for 25th Nov, cost will be roughly £10.00, returning from Cardiff 6:00pm, please book your ticket early to avoid the disappointment.

Why not come in for a guided tour to look around the Temple and learn about many Hindu Gods/Deities? The Panditji (our priest) will be glad to show you around during the opening hours. Students are very welcome. The temple is open for school visits on weekdays between by prior appointment.