Tulsi Restaurant and Bar
Bradford, Aberdeenshire, BD1 1SD
Tulsi - The Venue
Located in Bradford City Centre, Tulsi is easily accessible by bus, car or by train and is a stone’s throw from the Alhambra, St Georges Hall and the National Media Museum which houses the IMAX cinema.
The interior provides a touch of a class to complement the exterior views of the City Hall, Centenary Square and the hustle and bustle of the city. It is the perfect venue for romantic nights out, work lunches or meetings, birthdays or family outings.
Tulsi - The Herb
Tulsi is an aromatic herb found everywhere in India, also known as a holy Basil (Ocimum sanctum), (closely related to culinary basil), the sacred plant is worshiped by many Hindus. When food is offered to Lord Vishnu or Krishna, Tulsi leaves are put on each preparation offered. It is also believed to protect against misfortune and represents purity, harmony, serenity and luck.
This herb contains such a chemical composition that no mosquitoes and flies can come near the plant because of its peculiar fragrance. Thereby in many Indian homes you will see Tulsi planted in their courtyard as it keeps their homes safe from any diseases caused by these organisms.
Tulsi has many useful properties such as:
1.It acts as anti bacterial and anti parasitic, therefore is widely used in infectious diseases.
2.Help the nervous system providing them strength, relieves stress and helps in relieving pain.
3.It works as appetizer and promotes digestion by helping in secretion of digestive enzymes.
We would therefore, like to share the sacred, prosperous, and purity of Tulsi, by inviting you to today’s healthy dining Tulsi restaurant
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