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What is the significance of number 3?
This three is more significant in all religions too. In Vishnu temples - for Brahmans, they give 3 times the tulasi jalam, Shiva has trishool, Nadis - Ida, Pingala, Sushumna, EYES = 3 - Pituitary gland, Pineal gland and Sahasra, Gunas = 3, and even you have body, mind, soul.
Vibuthi = they apply it on forehead with three stripes and same case with thirunamam in Vaishnava. So what's the significance of number 3?
So what is the connection we have with 3? Why they give 3 times the tulasi Jalam in Vishnu temples?