In order to achieve wealth, protect existing wealth, and gain financial stability, the Dipawali Lakshmi Puja is conducted in order to appease Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity, and to gratify the Goddess of wealth and prosperity.
It was on the day of Dhantrayodashi that Goddess Lakshmi ascended from the milky ocean, and it was on the day of Diwali that she married Lord Vishnu that the festival of lights officially began. As a result of this belief, Amavasya (Diwali Day) is considered the most auspicious day for appeasing the Goddess of Wealth and Abundance.
When performed correctly, the Lakshmi Puja can assist in protecting worshippers from a variety of financial difficulties and crises such as failure, poverty, hunger, debt, loss of riches, and other financial difficulties and crises.
This auspicious Diwali Puja in Bangalore included the following rituals, which were carried out:
The Hindu religion has a lot of different rituals that happen all year long. These include Ganapati Puja and Kalash Sthapana. They also have Sankalp, Punyahavachan, Lakshmi Puja, Tula Puja, and Lekhni Puja (for the office or business).
During this puja, it takes about 45 to 60 minutes for the whole thing to be done.
Before the Diwali Pooja, every devotee cleans their home, decorates it with flowers, toys, and sweets, and invites Lakshmi Devi into their home to bless them with good health and wealth, so she can bless them as well.
Every year, on Kartik Krishna Amavasya, the most auspicious day for performing Lakshmi Pooja, devotees gather to worship Goddess Lakshmi. It is customary to do a Lakshmi Pooja to commemorate Lord Rama’s victory over Ravana in Lanka.
Thousands Hindu people gathered to celebrate Lord Rama’s homecoming to his hometown of Ayodhya. The citizens of Ayodhya celebrated Shree Rama’s coronation as well as Lakshmi Pooja. Alternatively, Deepawali or Diwali Pooja are used to refer to this ceremony. This event is also free and is being held in honour of Mata Seeta. In Hindu mythology, Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth and Blessings, manifested herself as Mata Seeta, the Mother of All Blessings.
The ultimate goal is to protect a family from financial difficulty and sorrow as much as possible.
It can be of great assistance in the recovery of financial losses and the attainment of financial stability.
It makes it easier for people to get paid back for debts that haven’t been paid, as well as to deal with any debt-related problems that may arise.
Those that practise it will receive more money, success, and prosperity as a result of their efforts.
Known as the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity, Goddess Lakshmi is the consort of Lord Vishnu, the greatest god and the protector of Hinduism and our universe. As the goddess of money and prosperity, she is revered and worshipped by those who wish to be blessed with an abundance of material wealth and possessions. Those who have a great degree of dedication and honesty, according to legend, are bestowed with blessings by Goddess Lakshmi. Not only does Goddess Lakshmi bestow prosperity on those who invoke her, but she also bestows good health and optimism. As a result, those who are afflicted turn to Goddess Lakshmi in order to be blessed with good health.Chanting her name and the holy chants on a regular basis can bring good fortune and money to the chanter. Because wealth is thought to be one of the most important things to have in order to live, Goddess Lakshmi is very important.
She is revered as the protector, the supplier, and the nourisher because she provides the very essence of life to her faithful devotees.