Tulsi mala is a pure and natural substance and it is of great importance for Hindus. They worship Tulsi plants every morning because they have a strong faith that Tulsi removes evil eyes and negative things.
According to the holy book of 'Geeta', Maa Lakshmi was born on the earth as Radha Rani, Tulsi name was Vrinda and she was a wife of the demon Jalandhar, who was killed by the Lord Vishnu.
After knowing this sati Vrinda, always being angry and sad, demands Lord Vishnu that she should continue to be on earth in the form of Shaligram I. e. Sheela. In this tough situation Lakshmi requests Vrinda to release her husband from this container. Goddess Vrinda accepted her request and released Lord Vishnu that evening on the condition of being with her before and afterwards she became Sati.
When Vrinda became sati, a plant was grown from her ashes and this plant was named Tulsi which was given by the Brahma ji. Tulsi plant is consecrated from sati Vrinda. Tulsi is also known as the mother of good happenings but nowaday we keep Tulsi with us either on vacation or a business meeting in the form of mala.Yes it's true that now you will get the original Tulsi mala in Vrindavan. Below we will learn what is the rule of wearing tulsi mala.