Budhwa Mangal is a day dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This day holds an important place for Hindus. Budhwa mangal is also called big mangal. Lord Hanuman is worshiped on this day.
Budhwa Mangal is on the first Tuesday of Jyeshtha month i.e. 17 May, however, all the Tuesdays coming in Jyeshtha month are called the days of Budhwa Mangal.
According to mythology, Hanuman ji is the god who is still alive on earth. Following the orders of his beloved Lord Shri Ram, he does the welfare of his devotees while still alive on earth. It is a religious belief that worshiping Lord Hanuman removes all the miseries of the devotees.
Om Namo Hanumate Rudravataraya
Vishwaroopaya Amita Vikramaya
Prakatparakramaya Mahabalaya Surya Koti
Samprabhaya Ramadootaya Swaha.
Chant the mantra 108 times on Budhwa Mangal for peace and prosperity in life.
Go to a Hanuman temple and have darshan of Hanuman ji. Chant Hanuman Chalisa. Feed the animals during the day.
On the morning of Bade Tuesday, after retiring from bath etc., pluck a leaf of the elder tree and bring it. Wash it in water and keep it in front of Hanuman ji. Now write Shri Ram with saffron on it and keep it in your purse. There will never be any shortage of money. When the leaf dries up, throw it in the Ganges.