The Secret of Shami Plant and its Hindu Religious Significance

Shami plant Significance

Every tree and every plant has a special quality in itself. Its shape, color, fragrance, fruits, and flowers are related to different planets due to different effects. But some plants are also special for worship. One of these is the Shami plant. The name of this plant related to Shani is Shami.

Religious importance of Shami Plant

The Shami tree has a special place in Hinduism, it has been described in both Ramayana and Mahabharata. It is mentioned in the Ramayana that when Lord Rama had performed a havan in the victory muhurta before the war on Lanka, the Shami tree became a witness to it and Lord Shri Ram also worshiped this Shami plant before attacking Lanka.

When and where to plant Shami Plant

It is very auspicious to plant Shami plant in the house, but it is best to plant it on Vijayadashami.

It is also good if you plant this special plant on Saturday also.

How to worship Shami plant

Light a lamp on every Saturday under the Shami plant planted in the house. And it is very auspicious to offer a Shami leaf on Lord Shiva every day. Water should be offered to Shami plant every day after bathing. The leaves of this plant have special significance in worship.

Benefits of Planting Shami Plant at Home

It is believed that planting Shami plant in the house brings blessings and there is never any shortage of money in the house.

– Planting Shami plant in the house removes all sorrows and brings happiness and prosperity. – It is also said that by planting Shami plant in the house, Vastu defects are also removed and all the obstacles in the house are erased.