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Worship Maa Lakshmi on Diwali…get financial prosperity

Diwali is the main festival of Hindus. Every countryman waits for this festival. It is a festival of lights and light. On this day, children get a variety of sweets to eat and burst crackers.

Diwali, the festival of happiness and lights, celebrated on the new moon of Kartik month, is the biggest and ancient festival of Hinduism. This festival is celebrated in the honor of Maa Lakshmi. In some places this festival is also considered as the beginning of the new year. Many beliefs are associated with Deepotsav.

This festival is celebrated to celebrate the arrival of Lord Rama and Mother Sita at home after 14 years of exile. According to the legends, on the day of Diwali, Lord Vishnu took the form of Narasimha and killed Hiranyakashipu. Jyotishacharya Anish Vyas, director of Pal Balaji Jyotish Sansthan, Jaipur-Jodhpur, told that this time Diwali will be celebrated on October 24. It is also said that when Lord Krishna killed Narakasura, the people of Braj celebrated this day by lighting a lamp. People of Jainism celebrate this festival as the salvation day of Lord Mahavir. It is known on the night of Deepawali that Maa Lakshmi chose Lord Vishnu as her husband and then married him. The festival of Diwali is also celebrated as the day of return of Lord Vishnu to Vaikuntha. It is also believed that Goddess Lakshmi appeared from the ocean on the day of Kartik Amavasya. The foundation stone of the Golden Temple in Amritsar was laid on this day. There is also a law to worship Maa Kali on the night of Diwali.

Diwali holds a very special place in the festivals of India. Homes and shops are decorated and decorated on the occasion of this festival. They are cleaned. On this day Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, is specially worshipped. According to Hindu religion, along with Mahalakshmi, the goddess of wealth, Mateshwari Saraswati Devi, the goddess of trouble-destroyer Shri Ganesh, is also worshiped on the day of Diwali. It is said that in the midnight of the new moon of Kartik month, Goddess Lakshmi comes to the earth and visits every house. The house where there is cleanliness and purity, she resides there.

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Diwali is the main festival of Hindus. Every countryman waits for this festival. It is a festival of lights and light. On this day, children get a variety of sweets to eat and burst crackers. Ganesha Lakshmi is worshiped on the day of Diwali. This festival signifies the victory of light over darkness. Diyas are lit in homes on this day. Various types of lights, colorful lights are installed. People wear new clothes. In the evening sweets are distributed, people go to feasts.

Importance of Diwali

Diwali marks the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana after 14 years of exile. After the orders of his father King Dasharatha, Lord Rama went for ‘exile’. During this he spent 14 years in the forests and villages of India. At the end of his exile, Sita was kidnapped by Ravana, the ten-faced king of Lanka. After this Lord Rama fought with Ravana and after killing Ravana returned to Ayodhya with his wife. The victory of Lord Rama in the epic Ramayana signifies the victory of good over evil.

Jyotishacharya Anish Vyas, director of Pal Balaji Jyotish Sansthan, Jaipur, told that as soon as the festival of Diwali comes, a different atmosphere starts appearing in the house. While the whole house is decorated on one side, preparations for the worship of Lord Ganesha and Lakshmi ji also begin. It is said that on this day Goddess Lakshmi resides in the house. If you make Goddess Lakshmi happy in Diwali, then there will never be any problem of money in the house. But Lord Ganesha is also worshiped on this day. Why is Ganesha, considered a symbol of wisdom and prudence, worshiped on this day along with Maa Lakshmi. Very few people know about it. But behind every festival and way of celebrating it in our country, there is a story hidden behind it. There is a similar story behind the worship of Ganesh and Lakshmi on Diwali.


According to the scriptures, once a recluse sage awakened the desire to enjoy Rajsukh, for this he started worshiping Goddess Lakshmi. Lakshmi ji was pleased by his severe penance and worship and appeared to him and granted him a boon that he would get high position and prestige. After this he reached the Sadhu Raj’s court. He was proud of getting the boon. He pushed the king in the filled court, causing the king’s crown to fall down. The king and his companions ran to kill him. Jyotishacharya Anish Vyas, director of Pal Balaji Jyotish Sansthan, Jaipur, told that but in the meantime a black snake came out from the fallen crown of the king. Everyone was shocked and thought of the sadhu as a miraculous and started cheering him. The king was pleased with this and made the monk his minister. A separate palace was also given to that monk to live in. One day he dragged the king out of the court full of monks. Seeing this, the courtiers also ran back. There was an earthquake as soon as everyone left and the building turned into ruins. People felt that the monk saved everyone’s life. After this the honor and respect of the monk increased even more. Now the arrogance increased even more in this recluse monk.

Removed Ganesh Statue

There was an idol of Ganesha in the palace of the king. One day the monk got that statue removed saying that it is not good to look at all. It is said that this act of the monk made Ganesha angry. From that day, the intellect of the monk who became a minister started getting corrupt and he started doing such things which were very bad in the eyes of the people. Seeing this, the king got angry with that monk and put him in jail. The sadhu started worshiping Lakshmi ji once again in the jail. Lakshmi ji appeared and told him that you have insulted Lord Ganesha. For this, worship Ganesha and please him. After this, he started worshiping Sadhu Ganesh ji. Due to this worship, the anger of Ganesh ji was pacified. One night, Ganesh ji came in the dream of the king and said that the sadhu should be made a minister again. Following the order, the king gave the minister post to the monk. After this incident, worship of Goddess Lakshmi and Ganesh ji started happening together.

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Jyotishacharya Anish Vyas, director of Pal Balaji Jyotish Sansthan, Jaipur, told that Lord Ganesha is a symbol of wisdom and mother Lakshmi is of wealth and prosperity. Worshiping these idols in homes will bring both wealth and goodwill. According to the scriptures, Lakshmi ji is considered a symbol of wealth, due to which Lakshmi ji becomes proud of it. Vishnu ji wanted to end this pride, so he told Lakshmi ji that a woman is not complete until she becomes a mother. Lakshmi ji did not have any son, so she became very disappointed after hearing this. Then she went to Goddess Parvati. Parvati ji had two sons, so Lakshmi ji asked her to adopt a son. Parvati ji knew that Lakshmi ji does not stay in one place for long. So she would not be able to take care of the child, but understanding her pain, she handed over her son Ganesha to her. This pleased Lakshmi who was very pleased. He said that for happiness and prosperity, first Ganesh ji will have to be worshipped, then only my worship will be completed.

Make mother happy with these mantras

These are the different names of Maa Lakshmi, chanting which pleases the mother.

Om Adylakshmyai Namah, Om Vidyalakshmyai Namah, Om Saubhagyalakshmyai Namah, Om Amruthalakshmyai Namah, Om Kamalakshmayi Namah, Om Satyalakshmyai Namah,

Om Bhogalakshmyai Namah, Om Yogalakshmyai Namah.

Om unholy: pavilova sarvavasam gato gato piva.

y: smret pundarikasam sa bahyaabhyantar:.

rhm rm kamalālaye kamallaye prasid prasid sr hm r mahalakshmyai namah

Worship material

Anish Vyas, a prophet and horoscope analyst, told that on the auspicious occasion of Deepawali, in worship of Goddess Lakshmi, Kalava, Akshat, red clothes, flowers, five betel nuts, roli, vermilion, one coconut, intact, red clothes, flowers, five betel nuts, cloves, Betel leaves, Ghee, Kalash, Mango Pallava for Kalash, Chowki, Samidha, Havan Kund, Havan material, Lotus Gatte, Panchamrit (Milk, Curd, Ghee, Honey, Gangajal), Fruits, Batase, Sweets, Sitting in worship Use asana, turmeric, incense sticks, kumkum, perfume, lamp, cotton, aarti plate, kusha, blood sandalwood, shrikhand sandalwood worship material.

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method of worship

The prophet and horoscope analyst Anish Vyas told that before starting the worship, wash the post thoroughly and make a beautiful rangoli on it, after that light a lamp around this post. Keep some rice before installing the idols of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha. To please Goddess Lakshmi, also install the idol of Lord Vishnu on her left side. If you can call a pandit and get the puja done, it will be very good. But if you want to worship Goddess Lakshmi yourself, then first of all take flowers, fruits, betel nut, betel, silver coin, coconut, sweets, dry fruits, all the ingredients in small quantities and take a pledge for the worship of this festival. Worship Lord Ganesha first and after that the God whom you have established on the post. After this, establish the Kalash and meditate on Maa Lakshmi. Maa Lakshmi must wear red clothes on this day. Mother will be very happy with this and this Diwali there will be happiness in your house too.

Auspicious Symbols of Diwali Puja

The worship of Diwali is the law of worship of Mahalakshmi. Along with this puja, auspicious objects are used to decorate the house and the house of worship. Let us know from the world-renowned prophet and horoscope analyst Anish Vyas that what are the auspicious symbols of home beauty, prosperity and the worship of Deepawali.


Deepak plays an important role in the worship of Diwali. Only the earthen lamp is important. The five elements are soil, sky, water, fire and air. Therefore, the presence of the five elements is essential in every Hindu ritual. Some people leave the light of the traditional lamp and light a lamp or candle which is not appropriate.


On festive occasions and on many auspicious occasions, the house and courtyard are decorated beautifully with Rangoli or Mandana. This decoration opens the doors of prosperity. After keeping the house clean, more Rangoli is made in the middle of the courtyard and the house and in front of the door.


Yellow cowry is considered a symbol of Goddess Lakshmi. Along with silver and copper coins, the worship of cowrie is also considered important on the day of Diwali. After worshiping, keeping each yellow penny in different red cloth and keeping it in the safe and pocket located in the house increases wealth and prosperity.

copper coin

Copper has a greater ability to generate sattvik waves than other metals. The waves rising in the vase enter the atmosphere. If copper money is put in the Kalash, it will open the doors of peace and prosperity in the house. These measures seem small in sight, but their effect is tremendous.

Mangal Kalash

The shape of an octagonal lotus is made from kunku on the ground and an urn is placed on it. A bronze, copper, silver or gold urn is filled with water and put some mango leaves in it and a coconut is placed on its face. By making a symbol of kumkum, swastika on the Kalash, a Mauli (nada) is tied around its neck.

Sri Yantra

Shree Yantra of Lakshmi ji is a symbol of wealth and splendor. This is the most popular ancient instrument. Shree Yantra is essential for Dhanagam. Shree Yantra is a powerful instrument to attract the goddess of fame and wealth, Lakshmi. It should be worshiped on the day of Deepawali.


Lotus and marigold flowers are considered to be symbols of peace, prosperity and liberation. Apart from worshiping all the deities, marigold flowers are also needed for the decoration of the house. It is very important for the beauty, peace and prosperity of the house.


Apart from fruits, sweets, nuts and petha in Naivadya, Dhani, Batase, Chironji, Sugar Pare, Gujiya etc. are offered. Naivedya and sweet dishes add sweetness or sweetness to our lives.

Diwali Puja Muhurta

Anish Vyas, a prophet and horoscope analyst, told that the whole day is considered auspicious on this day. Worship can be done at any time on this day, but the time from Pradosh period to Nishakal is auspicious. Those who have to worship on this day. They should consider Rahu Kaal, those who worship only Ganesha Lakshmi ji should not think about it, because there is no fault of Rahu Kaal on Amavasya Tithi.

– Anish Vyas

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