Why should we not water Tulsi plant on Sundays?

There is no reason for not watering Tulsi plant on Sunday. Like any other plant, Tulsi is also one. Tulsi being sacred gets water daily as a ritual without any consideration of actual need. In order to optimise amount of water a practice of weekly off has been introduced.Click to see full answer. Keeping this in view, why Tulsi should not be touched on Sunday?”It is generally forbidden to pluck Tulasi on Sankranti, (Purnima, Amavasya, Dvadashi, Sunday) etc., according to the strict rules of the Smritis, but the most important rule (according to Shrila Sanatana Goswami) which the Vaishnava devotees should certainly follow is to not pluck Tulasi leaves on Dvadashi.”Subsequently, question is, when should you not pluck Tulsi? One must not pluck anything from any plant during night and SAndhya time. Avoid plucking Tulsi on Dwadashi. Thereof, how often should you water Tulsi? Water the plant when top one inch of soil is dry. Do not water during rain. Reduce watering by the winter to prevent diseases.Why Tulsi plant dies suddenly?Tulsi needs high amount of water. If you water in the morning, the plant dries up by the evening. This happens even when I used platic pots to reduce evaporation. So disbalance of watering can be a reason of dying.

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