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Lakshmi Puja | The Goddess of Wealth, Prosperity & Success

Sri Lakshmi Puja is a very important worship performed in every household of the Hindus. Lakshmi Puja or the Laxmi Puja / Lakshmi Vratam is mainly performed by married women for the wellbeing of their entire family and especially for the spouse’s wellbeing. Performing Lakshmi Vrat Puja is equivalent to worshiping Ashtalakshmis who are the eight forms of goddess Lakshmi: Wealth, Earth (Bhoomi), Wisdom (knowledge), Love, Fame, Peace, liking and strength.

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Sri Lakshmi Puja on 14-Nov 2020

The word “Lakshm” is the root word from which the ‘Lakshmi’ has been derived. Another word for Lakshmi is ‘Sri’ that means adornment, lustre. ‘Sri’ is derived from the symbol swasti or Swastik. We come across both the words Sri and Lakshmi in the Rigvedam. Srisuktam is aother popular chant praising Lakshmi. Goddess Lakshmi is the giver of wealth and protects us from troubles, sins, enemies and many more. Goddess Lakshmi also known as Bhargavi (being the daughter of Bhrigu Rishi or Sage Bhrugu). Hence it is considered very auspicious to perform Puja on Fridays at the time of Pradoshakaal (At the time of Sunset). The months of Ashadhmaas, Shravanmaas, Maragsheershmaas are highly emphasised for Lakshmi Puja / Laxmi Puja. Also, the days of Amavasya occurring on Fridays are meant for worship of Goddess Lakshmi.

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Kali Puja is observed on the Amavasya (No Moon day).

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Kali Puja date 14-Nov-2020

Also known as Dipanwita Kali Puja, Shyama Puja or Mahanisha Puja, this is a Hindu festival dedicated to the goddess Kali. Kali Puja is celebrated to seek the help of the goddess in destroying evil and get her blessings for general happiness, health, wealth, and peace. Puja ceremonies and rituals take place at night. Devotees perform the puja using red hibiscus flowers as it is said to be her favourite.

Lakshmi Puja is recommended in these cases:

  • For acquisition of different forms of wealth
  • Acquisition of lands, homes, property and other types of assets
  • For peace and harmony in homes
  • For a successful life, business and employment

Sri Lakshmi Puja is also suggested to get rid of obstacles in business, health problems, education and also performed to get rid of problems created by curses.

It is believed that observing fasts and worshipping Goddess Lakshmi on Fridays are two of the best ways of bringing about prosperity in life.

Mantras for Lakshmi Puja:

These Mantras have to be chanted a at least 108 times. You can also recite the Sri Lakshmi Ashtakam, Sri Lakshmi Ashtottaram and Sri Lakshmi Sahasranamavali

  • A chant of the Beejamantra “Sreem”
  • Om Sri Mahalakshmyai Cha Vidmahe Vishnu Patnyai Cha Dheemahi Tanno Lakshmi Prachodayat (ॐ श्री महालक्ष्म्यै च विद्महे विष्णु पत्न्यै च धीमहि तन्नो लक्ष्मी प्रचोदयात्)
  • Om Sreem Hreem Sreem Mahalakshmyee NamaH (ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं श्रीं महालक्ष्म्यै नमः)

 

Why do Sri Lakshmi Pooja?

In Hinduism, Mahalakshmi is known as the goddess of wealth and prosperity. Hindu women worship MahaLakshmi for healthy progeny (children), as well as asking for a better health and long life of their husband.

  • Vaibhav Lakshmi Puja is performed on all Fridays
  • Ashadha Lakshmi Puja is observed on all the Fridays of Ashadhamaas seeking the benevolence of Goddess
  • VaramahaLakshmi vratham is observed on a Friday that falls before the full Moon day of the month of Shravana
  • Lakshmi Puja-Vrat is observed on the Paurnima of Ashvayujmaas occurring on October31, 2020 (also called Ashvina or Ashvija) and this is known as Kojagari Lakshmi Puja
  • Lakshmi Puja Vrat is observed on the Amavasya before the day of Bali Padyami of Deepavali or Diwali.
  • Lakshmi Puja Vrat is celebrated during the month of Margasheershmaas.

Adi Lakshmi (for Protection), Dhana Lakshmi (for Wealth), Dhanya Lakshmi (for Food & Grains), Vijaya Lakshmi (for Victory), Vidya Lakshmi (for Knowledge, Education), Santana Lakshmi (for offspring or children), Dhairya Lakshmi (for confidence and strength), Soubhagya Lakshmi (for continuity of being Sumangali) are the different forms of Goddess Lakshmi. All these become the embodiment of an ideal woman.

What are the Benefits of Performing Lakshmi Pooja:

Performing Lakshmi pooja provides the following benefits:

  • Good health, wealth, fame, fortune and prosperity
  • Protects you and your family from evil forces and promote longevity
  • Eliminates financial problems and bestow wealth ad profits in business
  • Helps you attain inner peace and fulfill your material desires

How to perform Lakshmi Pooja?

Preparations for Lakshmi Pooja:

You can start preparing for the pooja on Thursday by readying all required pooja items and preparing the place of the pooja. Wash all pooja vessels, pooja Kalash, brass or silver lamps, apply Kumkum on the lamps and set aside all required Pooja Dravya (Puja items).

Lakshmi Pooja decorations:

Decorate the puja altar with Rangoli, Peetham (seating for the goddess), Thoranam (with mango leaves) and small plantain stems on the sides.  Preparations are done for the pooja Prasadam (sundal, sweets etc).  Decorate the peetham with silk saree, flowers etc.  Place the Mahalaxmi Idol on the peetham.

Traditionally people decorate the idol with dress (small silk saree) and Jewelries and decorative garlands. Some decorate the Kalash with saree. Some people use actual gold jewels to decorate the idol. It is considered to be the Mangal sutra (ತಾಳಿ). Keep chandan and KumKum dots. As per tradition, a pooja is offered to lord Ganesha prior to the beginning of any festival or major pooja, hence a small idol of Ganesh is placed in front of the Laxmi.

What Puja materials do I need for Sri Lakshmi Pooja?

Sri Lakshmi Pooja Samagri List:

  • Kumkum and Turmeric powder
  • Rangoli (colored rice flour)
  • Lotus flowers (Lakshmi’s favorite flower)
  • Peetha to place the Idol (a wooden plank or decorative metal plate)
  • Mango leaves for Kalasham and a few Banana leaves for offerings
  • Rice (to spread over the peetha)
  • One Kalasham (Silver, bronze or copper)
  • Scented Water (scented with Jathikai, Cardamom, Saffron, camphor, Cloves, all mixed in the water)
  • One coconut for kalasha and few more for thamboolam
  • Sandalwood paste (Chandan)
  • Akshatha (Raw rice coated with turmeric)
  • Lakshmi idol or Face of goddess
  • Jewelry (Decorative, For Eyes, Nose, head)
  • Vastram (Dress for Lakshmi)
  • Flowers and garland (for pushparchan & decoration)
  • Betel leaves, Betel nut, Banana
  • Unprocessed cow milk, dry fruits & nuts
  • Fruits ( five seasonal varieties)
  • Panchamrit (a mixture of fruits, honey, jaggary, dry fruits, nuts and ghee)
  • Naivedyam (Sweet dishes, Payasam, sweet appam (based on your tradition).
  • Thamboolam set of turmeric & kumkum, kajal, chandan, bangles, Betel leaves and nuts, Yellow thread, vastram, coconut, banana along with rupee coins) – for offering to women invited

Who should perform Sri Lakshmi Puja?

Sri Lakshmi Puja should be performed by a devotee or family who wants to get success in their life and business. It should be performed by someone who has problems business failure, financial problems, education hurdles, unnecessary expenses, health problems, getting rid of family misfortune, and many such conditions.

Benefits of performing Sri Lakshmi Puja

  • Puja is performed for seeking good health, success and prosperity
  • Lakshmi helps in fulfilling wishes in business and career
  • Relief from obstacles, hindrances
  • Benevolence and grace of Goddess Lakshmi
Sri Lakshmi Puja Kolhapur

Devotees take a holy bath in Kushavarta and resolve to give ten things in charity (Dashdaan). Devotees then offer prayers at the Kolhapur Sri Mahalakshmi temple. After offering prayers, they perform the Sri Lakshmi Puja at the Yagshaala.

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Dhanteras is occurring on November 13, 2020 and on a Friday. Mahurat (Muhurtam) time for Puja is just after the Sunset around 6pm. Performing Lakshmi Puja in the evening by the time of Pradosh (Sunset), is highly auspicious and blissful.

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Dhanteras lakshmi Puja Date:13-Nov-2020

Dhanteras is one of the most auspicious days of the year. It is believed that whatever you buy on this day, said to result in rich benefits. The word Dhanteras is derived from two words – ‘Dhan’, meaning wealth and ‘Teras’, derived from the word ‘Trayodashi’ (13th day). Dhanteras is occurring on November 13, 2020 and on a Friday. Performing Lakshmi Puja in the evening by the time of Pradosh (Sunset), is highly auspicious and blissful. Light up Diyas and offer Pujas to Lakshmi, Dhanvantari, Ganesh and Vishnu. Some even perform Pujas to Lord Yama during Dhanteras.

Dhanteras is said to be the day of incarnation of Dhanwantari, the God of health. Dhanwantari arose from Lord Vishnu’s Samudra Manthan (The great Churn), with a pot of life-giving nectar. Pray to Dhanawantri, the deity of health, for good health and wealth in life.

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Lakshmi Puja is one of the grand festival celebration during of Diwali (Deepavali). On this auspicious day, Goddess Lakshmi, Ganesh and Saraswati are revered. According to the Puranas, Goddess Lakshmi descends to the earth and visits every house.

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions on Lakshmi Pooja:

Which deity or God should be worshipped on Friday?

Deity that is propitiated on the day is Shukra, who is known to provide joy and material wealth. Friday is dedicated to Shukra (known as Bhargav) and Goddesses: Mahalakshmi, Annapuraneshwari, and Durga. Sweet preparation are done and distributed on the day. Those devotees observing Vrat make it a point to eat at night.

What is Lakshmi Puja?

Lakshmi Puja is a festival to propitiate the Goddess Lakshmi, the consort of Lord Vishnu. Goddess Lakshmi is one who grants boons. It is an important pooja performed by women in the states of Karnataka, Odisha, Bengal, Bihar, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

How to do Lakshmi Pooja?

For doing a simple pooja: Light the lamp, keep some naivedyam and do the pooja by chanting Lakshmi Ashtothram (108 verses). Married women are invited to this pooja and the Thamboolam and prasadam are offered to them seeking their blessings.

Why do Sri Lakshmi Pooja?

Sri Lakshmi Pooja is mainly performed by married women for the well-being of their family and especially for the well-being of their husband. Worshipping Sri Lakshmi on Fridays is said to yield the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi.

When should we do Sri Lakshmi Pooja?

  • Ashadha Lakshmi Puja is observed on all the Fridays of Ashadhamaas seeking the benevolence of Goddess
  • VaramahaLakshmi vrat-Puja is observed on a Friday that falls before the full Moon day of the month of Shravan
  • Lakshmi Puja-Vrat is observed on the Paurnima of Ashvayujmaas occurring on October31, 2020 (also called Ashvina or Ashvija) and this is known as Kojagari Lakshmi Puja
  • Lakshmi Puja Vrat is observed on the Amavasya before the day of Bali Padyami of Deepavali or Diwali.
  • Lakshmi Puja Vrat is celebrated during the month of Margasheershmaas

How can we do Sri Lakshmi pooja at home?

For doing a simple pooja: Light the lamp, keep some naivedyam and do the pooja by chanting Mahalakshmi Ashtothram. Distribute the Thamboolam and prasadam by inviting married woman to your house in the evening.

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