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Simple Ritual to Worship Brahma Vishnu and Shiva

In this post, I have described a very simple and easy to perform ritual for those Satvik followers of Hinduism who wish to worship the Hindu Divine Trimurti of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva together at the same time. This simple Tantra of worshipping the Holy Trinity has been described in the Vanaspati Tantra, which says that the Puja Ritual will act and give benefits in the same manner like a strong prayer to the Divine Trinity.

The Trimurti worship, which, I have written about is also said to fulfill the Satvik [Pure] desires and wishes of the practitioner and make his or her life happy and stress-free.

The practitioner should plant the Tulsi or Holy Basil Plant along with the Black Dhatura Plant [the Black or dark variety of the Jimson Weed or Thorn Apple] known in the Hindi language as the Krishna Datura in the same Gamla [Earthen Flower Pot]. This can be done on any auspicious Hindu Tithi or Shubh Muhurat.

Tulsi and Thorn Apple Plants in 3D Artistic Image

Then every day in the morning after bathing and wearing fresh and clean clothes the practitioner should make an offering of a mixture of Milk and Water to the Tulsi and Krishna Datura Plants by pouring the Milk-Water mixture over them.

Note- Women should strictly refrain from performing the Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva Puja during their Menstrual Cycles.

This Trimurti Puja ritual does not need the chanting of any Mantra, Stotra or any other form of prayer, to do so or not is left entirely to the wishes of the practitioner.

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  1. Nice post. Sir, tulsi is not offered water on Sunday. In this case it is the mixture of water and milk. So can we offer this mixture of milk and water on Sunday ?

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    1. Normally water is not offered to Tulsi on Sunday and Amavasya.
      Here water-milk mixture is being offered, it is left to the wishes of the practitioner, if he wants to skip making the offering on Sunday.

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  2. Thanks Neel sir, for clearing my ambiguity. Sir one last issue in this matter.. Can the gamla be placed INSIDE our home like backyard covered with boundary wall?

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  3. Pls try to upload ur valuable site in tamil or at least put name of things in tamil

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