Vkshop,Tulsi, “Ocimum sanctum,” is part of the basil family that is indigenous to India. Tulsi, also known as holy basil, is sacred in the Hindu religion because it’s believed to be the reincarnation of the Hindu goddess Tulsi. Tulsi has a strong, pungent aroma and the taste is very similar to other varieties of basil.
Durva is a small herb spreading in the soil with its small roots emerging from the thin stem like structure. These root stick to the ground and the plant spread throughout the ground. According to Hindu belief, tulsi is sacred to Krishna and durva is sacred to Ganesha. Some English names besides Bermuda grass include bahama or kweek grass, couch grass, quack grass, twitchgrass, star grass, and doob grass.
Bel patta is widely used in worship of Hindu deities such as Shiva. The scriptures also state, that the leaf, represents the three eyes of Lord Shiva. It is said that the one who offers a trifoliate bel patra to the Shivlinga with devotion, Lord Shiva blesses him/her with whatever he/she desires.
Nimbu Mirchi is generally hung outside the door or even in vehicles for keeping alakshmi away from your home. Alakshmi is known to be the sister of Lakshmi Devi, who brings poverty and misfortune. It is believed that Alakshmi liked sour and spicy things so once you hang Nimu Mirchi outside your home, Alakshmi comes, have her favorite food and go away from your home without entering the same.