5 Things To Keep In Mind While Performing Maa Lakshmi Pujan On Diwali Night

5 Things To Keep In Mind While Performing Maa Lakshmi Pujan On Diwali Night

One of the most important and holy festivals of Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is quickly approaching. This auspicious festival is celebrated by Hindus to commemorate the triumph of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair.

Diwali also commemorates Lord Krishna’s defeat of many demons, including Narkasur, as well as Lord Rama’s arrival in Ayodhya after killing Ravana.

On Diwali, people pray to Goddess Lakshmi in their homes and offices, performing the auspicious Lakshmi Puja and asking the goddess to bless them with prosperity, happiness, peace, and wealth.

Diwali is celebrated for five days in most parts of the country. The festival season begins with Dhanteras and concludes with Bhaiya Dooj.

Significance Of Lakshmi Maa Pujan On Diwali Night:

As per Hindu mythology, Lakshmi is the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity, and she is worshipped for success, promotion, and personal virtues. People worship her for spiritual and material prosperity. It is believed that she aids in the removal of obstacles that prevent people from following their spiritual path or conducting their businesses.

People perform Lakshmi Pujan to please Goddess Lakshmi, who is considered the Goddess of wealth and prosperity because wealth is the most important component for maintaining and progressing in our lives. In this context, wealth refers to more than just money. It entails seeking abundance in terms of knowledge, skills, and talents. Lakshmi is the energy that represents a person’s total material and spiritual well-being.

It is believed that by worshipping Lakshmi i, you can achieve your true life goal because she is the Shakti who guides you to your source. When people forget that they are a part of the whole, they tend to feel small and insecure. AdiLakshmi connects us to that source and brings us strength and calm.

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Things To Keep In Mind While Performing Maa Lakshmi Pujan On Diwali Night

According to Sidhharrth S Kumaar, an Astro Numerologist following things should be taken into consideration while performing Maa Lakshmi Pujan on Diwali Night: 

Prior To The Puja: 

Properly clean the puja space and sprinkle ganga jal (holy water from Ganga) mixed with rose water  Decorate the place with toran made up of mango leaves, flower and make a rangoli  While Setting Up The Puja:

Make an AshtDal Kamal with Ashtgandha on a silver/brass utensil and keep the idol of goddess Laxmi and Ganesh on it 

While Setting Up The Kalash:

Take a copper pot and fill it with water (mixed with ganga jal) up to the neck of the utensil. In the water, put some coins, place mango leaves in a circular pattern at the top of the pot and place coconut on the top. 

Panchamrit Abhishek Of Idols:

Bath the idols in pure water, gangajal, rose water, sandal water, and Panchamrit. At last, bathe again with pure water. Post which, place the idols at suitable place 

While Performing The Puja: 

Start your puja by worshiping lord Ganesh. Also seek blessings of kuldevi, kuldevta and Isht. Then worship, goddess Lakshmi.  Alongside the worship of goddess Lakshmi and ganesh, do not forget to worship Bhagwaan Vishnu and Kuber.  Sing aarati and distribute prasad in family and near ones. (Disclaimer: The information provided here is based solely on assumptions and data. It is critical to note that ABPLive.com does not endorse any type of belief or information. Consult an expert before implementing any information or assumptions.)