Krishna represents material and spiritual bliss, the creation of Heaven on Earth and perfection in relationships. The union of Krishna with his sweetheart, Radha, symbolizes the perfect union between two humans and between the devotee and the Divine.

Krishna’s birthday is an opportunity to birth perfection, harmony with the Absolute and with lovers and friends, and enjoyment of the Earth plane.

How you can celebrate Krishna’s Birthday with Tulsi

Many people worship Tulsi as a real Goddess. Stories vary. According to one legend, Tulsi is the incarnation of Lakshmi, Goddess of Wealth, on Earth. Another legend reveals that Lakshmi turned Brinda into a plant because she wanted to marry Lakshmi’s husband, Vishnu.

Tulsi, aka Holy Basil, is the most sacred plant in all of India. You can find it growing there in backyards, courtyards and public places. Some families use it for worship on a daily basis.

It’s also the favorite plant of some Gods, like Rama and Krishna. On Krishna’s birthday, millions of people will be making offerings of Tulsi to Him. Why not join in on the celebration and offer Tulsi to Krishna?