- Tulsi Facts, Tulsi Holy Basil Supplements and Tulsi Teas are a product of this legendary plant, find out more at Organic India.
- TULASI MEHER UNESCO CLUB NEPAL
- TULASI MEHER UNESCO CLUB NEPAL. MEMBERSHIP FORM.
- TULASI STOTRAM By Sage Pundareeka Translated by P.R.
- TULASI STOTRAM. By. Sage Pundareeka.
- Tulasi Worship
- Tulasi Worship. Tulasi plants and their leaves are very important in devotional service. Tulasi gets its name from Srimati Tulasi-devi, one of Lord.
- STEVIA (Mau Tulasi) Family- Asteraceae
- STEVIA (Mau Tulasi). (Stevia rebaudiana(Bertoni) Hemsl.) Family- Asteraceae.
- Tulasi questions BJP stand on Jagan
- The 20 Point Economic Programme Implement-ation Committee chairman, Mr N. Tulasi Reddy, questioned why the BJP was showing intense love for YSR Congress president, Mr YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.
- Vizag lags in road schemes: Tulasi
- By DC Correspondent Appreciating the district administration's efforts in afforestation programmes, the chairman of 20-point economic implementation programme, Dr N.
- Orissa: Padma Shri Tulasi Munda and her team attacked, abused in Keonjhar
- Report by Kamala Kanta Dash; Bhubaneswar: Padma Shri Tulasi Munda and her team has been reportedly attacked and verbally abused in Barbil in Keonjhar. She has been raising voice against unemployment in Keonjhar.
- Udupi celebrates Janmashtami
- Special offerings of Tulasi and Parijath flowers were made to baby Krishna, dressed as 'Balakrishna' in a golden cradle.
- Many in race for Rosaiah's MLC seat
- Other aspirants include P Goverdhan Reddy, Mallu Ravi and APCC general secretary R Ananda Bhaskar, former MLC Madasu Gangadharam, former minister G Chinna Reddy, N Tulasi Reddy and former MLC Majji Sarada etc.
- Ocimum tenuiflorum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Tulsi or Tulasi is a sacred plant for Hindus. Water mixed with tulsi petals is given to the dying to raise their departing souls to heaven.
- Tulasi Devi
- “Tulasi is auspicious in all respects.
- The Tulasi Handbook
- The Tulasi Handbook - Including How to Start a Tulasi Seedling.
- A Sacred Plant: Tulasi
- The tulasi plant is a small perennial shrub in the mint family that is native to India and which is venerated by Hindus in general and Vaishnavas in particular.
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