Karthik Krishna Amavasya is considered to be the most auspicious day to perform Laxmi puja. After the fierce battle of lord Rama and Raavan in Lanka, Laxmi puja was performed as a symbol of lord Rama’s victory over Ravan. The return of lord Rama to Ayodhya was celebrated with great pomp and show. Shree Rama was coronated and Laxmi puja was performed by the people of Ayodhya. Laxmi pujan is also commonly referred to as the Deepawali or Diwali puja which is also conducted in honor of Mata Sita. According to the legend, Goddess Laxmi came in the form of Mata Sita and by performing Laxmi pooja, Goddess Laxmi is pleased and she bestows her devotees with blessings and wealth. As houses are adorned and cleaned during Diwali, Goddess Laxmi brings in joy, prosperity and ensures that her worshippers live in peace and a state of well-being. A magnificent light of knowledge is said to be unfold on this day. This self-enlightenment is asserted through the gleaming lamps that illuminate the abode of the worshippers.


Significance of Laxmi Puja:

Laxmi Maata is an embodiment of power and intelligence as she holds the abhay gesture and gyaan gesture in her right hands. Her left hands hold a pot of wealth depiction what she can bestow upon any person. Hence, her four hands signify dharma, kaama, artha and moksha. One will see her radiate with a gorgeous golden complexion in all her depictions. Being the divinity of wealth, she adorns gold ornaments and is draped during a imperial red saree. She is always amid an elephant on each side, spraying water, that denotes purity, knowledge and a force of religious happiness.


Laxmi is usually prayed on the Amavasya night on Diwali. Another common Laxmi Puja is understood as the Ashta Laxmi Pooja. This Puja refers to praying to the eight divine forms of Devi  Laxmi. except this, Maha Laxmi is also prayed during Navratri on the fourth, fifth and sixth Day that are dedicated to her. The prayers are meant to invoke Laxmi Maata’s blessings thus as to heal folks from pecuniary troubles and/or bless them with the correct and ethical data.


Benefits Laxmi Puja:

Any Laxmi Pooja that is finished with complete devotion blesses the believer with material and religious riches, removes obstacles and provides fulfillment within the completely different areas in life. Praying to every of the Ashta Laxmi provides specific advantages or reliefs like –

  • Prayers to Devi  Dhana Lakshmi – adorer is endowed cash and riches.
  • Prayers to Devi  Gaja Lakshmi – adorer  is endowed mobile properties i.e. vehicles.
  • Prayers to Devi  Adi Lakshmi – adorer is endowed endless prosperity.
  • Prayers to Devi Vijay Lakshmi – adorer is endowed success and bravery.
  • Prayers to Devi Dhairya Lakshmi – adorer is endowed patience and objectiveness.
  • Prayers to Devi Dhaanya Lakshmi – adorer is endowed food, nourishment and health.
  • Prayers to Devi Vidya Lakshmi – adorer is endowed knowledge.
  • Prayers to Devi Santan Lakshmi – adorer is endowed kids and family.
  • Thus, performing a Laxmi Puja helps defend a true adorer from failures, poverty, hunger, debts, loss of wealth and pecuniary crunches and difficulties.


Maa Laxmi Puja Vidhi

1. Keep all these things together at one place.

2. Place chawki on your place of puja. Spread red cloth on it.

3. Place photo/idol of Goddess Lakshmi, Saraswati and Lord Ganesha.

4. Place 3 heaps of raw rice in front of Goddess Lakshmi photo for Lord Vishnu, Kuber and Indra.

5. Light a lamp to start puja. This lamp should be kept lit overnight. Also light dhoop stick.

6. Pray Lord Ganesha to come and remove all obstacles during Lakshmi puja.

  • Put tilak of roli and akshat on forehead of Lord Ganesha.
  • Offer scent, flowers, dhoop, sweets (naivedya) and earthen lamp to Lord Ganesha.

7. Now start Lakshmi puja. Put Tilak of roli and rice on forehead of Goddess Lakshmi.

  • Offer scent, flowers, dhoop, sweets and earthen lamp (deepak) to Goddess Lakshmi.
  •  Now offer coriander seeds, cotton seeds, dry whole turmeric, siver coin, currency notes, supari and seed of lotus flower to Goddess Lakshmi.

8. Pray to Lord Vishnu to come along with Goddess Lakshmi.

  • Offer scent, flower, dhoop, sweets, fruits and earthen lamp to Lord Vishnu.

9. Pray to Lord Kuber to come along with Goddess Lakshmi and give wealth.

  • Do worship of lord Kuber by offering earthen lamp, scent, flowers, dhoop and sweets.

10. Pray to Lord Indra to come along with Goddess Lakshmi and give prosperity.

  • Do worship of Lord Indra by offering scent, flowers, dhoop, sweets and earthen lamp.

11. Now do worship of Goddess Saraswati.

  • Put tilak on forehead of Goddess Saraswati and put akshat on it.
  • Offer scent, flowers, dhoop, sweets and earthen lamp.
  • Pray to get divine knowledge and guidance on life path.

12. Now do worship of Elephants in photo. Offer a pair of sugarcane to elephants of Goddess Lakshmi.

13. Do Lakshmi Arti after this Puja.


Laxmi Pooja Samagri

  1. Kalash – 1 Pc
  2. Supari – 30 Pcs
  3. Laung – 10 Gms
  4. Roli – 25 Gms
  5. Rice – 250 Gms
  6. Chandan – 10 Gms
  7. Haldi Powder – 25 Gms
  8. Haldi Gath – 5 Pcs
  9. Dhoop – 8 Sticks
  10. Kapoor – 25 Gms
  11. Ghee – 200 Ml
  12. Batti(Round) – 1 Packet
  13. Batti(Long) – 1 Packet
  14. Match Stick – 1 Box
  15. Deepak – 5 Pcs
  16. Agarbatti – 1 Packet
  17. Red Cloth – 1 Metre
  18. Kesar – 1 Gms
  19. Panchmeva – 50 Gms
  20. Elaichi – 5 Gms
  21. Dona – 10 Pcs
  22. Moli – 1 Pc
  23. Itra – 2 Ml
  24. Abheer – 25 Gms
  25. Gulal – 25 Gms
  26. Wheat – 250 Gms
  27. White Cloth – 1 Metre
  28. Ganga Jal – 50 Ml
  29. Honey – 50 Gms
  30. Mishri – 5 Gms
  31. Gulab Jal – 50 Ml
  32. Janeu – 5 Pc
  33. Sindoor – 10 Gms
  34. Sugar – 50 Gms
  35. Yellow Cloth – 1 Metre
  36. Peeli Sarson – 25 Gms
  37. Kala Teel – 10 Gms
  38. Patasha – 10 Gms
  39. Dhan Ki Kheel – 25 Gms
  40. Majeet – 20 Gms
  41. Kamal Gatta – 50 Gms
  42. Shringaar Samagree – 1 Packet
  43. Oil – 200 Ml
  44. Paan Ka Patta – 11pcs
  45. Mango Leaves – 11pcs
  46. Panchamrit – 100 Gms
  47. Fruits(Anar+ 4 Others) – 5 Pcs
  48. Sweets – 250 Gms
  49. Nariyal – 2 Pc
  50. Flowers – 250 Gms
  51. Dhurwa – 1 Bundle
  52. Dhoti Gamcha – 1 Pc Each
  53. Tulsi Leaves – 2 Stems
  54. Bel Patra – 10 Pcs
  55. Gold & Silver Coins – 1 Pc Each
  56. Sukha Nariyal – 2 Pcs
  57. Phool Mala( 1 Big+ 2 Small) – 3 Pcs
  58. Saree Blouse – 1 Pc Each
  59. Sugarcane – 5pcs
  60. Amla – 2pcs
  61. Ber – 2pcs
  62. Chopda – 1pc
  63. Panchratna( Different) – 1 Pc Each

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