The Eight Names Of Tulasi Devi – Tulasi Namashtaka Stotram

Tulsi Devi

Tulsi plant is an essential holy item in a Hindu home. Eight names of the Tulsi are chanted in the morning and evening for auspiciousness, good luck, peace and prosperity. Any one while worshipping Tulasi Devi chants these eight names will get the same result as one who performs the Asvameda Yagna and one who on the full moon-day of Kartik (Tulasi Devi’s appearance day) worships Her with this mantra will break free from the bonds of this miserable world of birth and death, and very quickly attain Goloka Vrindavan.

On the full moon-day of Kartik Lord Krsna Himself worships Tulasi Devi with this mantra. One who remembers this mantra will very quickly attain devotion to Lord Krsna’s Lotus Feet. 

The eight names of Tulasi devi:

  1. Vrndavani – One who first manifested in Vrindavan.
  2. Vrnda – The goddess of all plants.
  3. Visvapujita – One who the whole universe worships.
  4. Puspasara – The topmost of all flowers, without whom Krishna does not like to look upon other flowers.
  5. Nandini – She gives happiness to everyone.
  6. Krsna-Jivani – The life and soul of Lord Krishna.
  7. Visva-Pavani – One who purifies the three worlds.
  8. Tulasi – One who has no comparison.

Eight Names of Tulsi in Mantra

वृंदा वृंदावनी विश्वपूजिता विश्वपावनी।
पुष्पसारा नंदनीय तुलसी कृष्ण जीवनी।।
एतभामांष्टक चैव स्त्रोतं नामर्थं संयुतम।
यः पठेत तां च सम्पूज्य सौश्रमेघ फलंलमेता।।

Benefits of Chanting Eight Names of Tulsi Daily

  • It is chanted for a happy married life.
  • It is chanted for peace and happiness in the family.
  • It is chanted for good health and for the long life of family members.
  • There is a belief that worshipping Tulsi daily will help in keeping out all kinds of negative forces.
  • Those navgrahas that cause problems in horoscope are kept out when Tulsi is worshipped with a pure mind and body.
  • The mantra also helps in anger management.

How To Chant the Tulsi Mantra?

  • Wake up early in the morning, take bath and offer prayers to Ganesha.
  • Water the Tulsi Plant.
  • Light a diya with cow ghee (one wick). The diya should not harm the plant.
  • Chant the mantra 7 or 11 or 108 times.
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