Tulasi Habba | Tulasi Puja on Uthwana Dwadashi in Karnataka

Tulasi Habba (Tulasi puja) is observed on Ksheerabdi Dwadashi, which falls during Kartika masam. In 2022, Tulasi Habba date is November 4-5. In some places, Tulasi Puja is also observed on Uthwana Ekadashi or Kartika Pournami.

As per Hindu scriptures and Puranas, Uthwana Dwadashi is the day during which Maha Vishnu awakes from his cosmic sleep. Lord Vishnu continues his Cosmic sleep for four holy months. During this period, Chaturmas Vrata is observed. Chaturmasya vrata starts on Ashada Shukla Ekadashi (Shayana Ekadashi) and ends on Uthwana Ekadasi.

Uthwana Dwadashi marks the Chaturmas vrata samapthi. On this day, devotees break their Ekadashi fast and observe Vishnu Puja. Tulasi Puja or Habba marks the marriage of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Tulasi. During Ksheer Sagar manthan, Tulasi plant was evolved from the Ocean of Milk and married to Lord Vishnu. Since then, on this day Tulasi – Vishnu vivaha is observed.

Tulasi Vivaha is also called as Tulasi Damodara Vivaha or Tulasi Salagrama Vivaha. Uthwana Dwadashi also signifies the beginning of Ksheer sagar mathan (churning of the milky Ocean).

Uthwana Dwadashi is also known as Ksheerabdi Dwadasi, Chilku Dwadasi, Yogishwari Dwadashi or Yogini Dwadasi in other places of India.

Tulsi Vivah Muhurat 2022 | Timings for Tulsi Shaligram Vivah 2022

Panchang, 4 November 2022

Suryodayam (Sunrise) : 06:17 AM
Suryastama (Sunset) : 05:30 PM
Chandrodayam (Moonrise) : 03:06 PM
Chandrastama (Moonset) : 03:10 AM, Nov 05

Today’s Panchangam:

Tithi : Ekadashi upto 06:08 PMDwadashi
Nakshatra : Purva Bhadrapada upto 12:12 AM, Nov 05Uttara Bhadrapada
Karana : Vanija upto 06:46 AMVishti upto 06:08 PMBava upto 05:34 AM, Nov 05Balava
Yoga : Vyaghata upto 03:16 AM, Nov 05Harshana
Weekday : Shukrawara
Paksha : Shukla Paksha

Samvatsaram:

Shaka Samvatsaram : 1944 Shubhakrutha
Chandramasa : Kartika – Purnimanta; Kartika – Amanta
Vikram Samvat : 2079 Rakshasa
Gujarati Samvat : 2079 Aananda

Shubh Muhurat:

Abhijit Muhurat : 11:31 AM to 12:16 PM
Amrita Kalam : 04:24 PM to 05:58 PM

Time to avoid:

Rahu Kalam : 10:29 AM to 11:54 AM
Yamaganda : 02:42 PM to 04:06 PM
Gulikai Kalam : 07:41 AM to 09:05 AM
Dur Muhurtam : 08:32 AM to 09:16 AM 12:16 PM to 01:01 PM
Varjyam : 07:03 AM to 08:36 AM

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3 Comments

  1. subha mudigonda says:

    want to know the story of tulasi puja on kseerabdhi dwadasi

  2. monish says:

    tulsi puja is a festival and celebrates after deewali.

  3. soumya says:

    Hi monish im from hyderabad……….:) even we will celebrate this tulsi puja as karthika pournami in our city….