Goddess Lakshmi is the symbol of well-being, healthy, and inner peace. She is the consort of Lord Vishnu. Lakshmi puja is one of the famous, most important rituals performed during the Diwali festival. This puja is performed to invite the goddess Maha Lakshmi at home. During that ritual prayers are offered to the Lakshmi, so, that one should fill with good health, money, peace, and prosperity.
Significance of Lakshmi Puja
Goddess Lakshmi puja performs for an auspicious ceremony to get the blessings for the family and children. Mata Lakshmi is a symbol of well being, and puja is done on the New moon day of the Third day(Amavasya). During that time people believe the goddess Lakshmi visits the earth. So, the people invite the Lakshmi, with traditional clay Diya in the evening, the goddess will visit the cleanest house and gives a boon to the family.
When Lakshmi Puja Can be Performed
Lakshmi puja can be performed on the Amavasya, Navaratri, Diwali, and some people celebrates on Friday, as well as the puja can be performed on the new moon day. You should consult a pandit/purohit to fix the date according to your Janma Nakshatra for this puja.
What is the benefit of Lakshmi puja ?
- To change the path of life in a simple way.
- Remove obstacles.
Lakshmi puja FAQ’S
Who is Goddess Lakshmi?
Goddess Lakshmi is the most revere Goddess in Hinduism. She is one of the Mother Goddesses among the three. She is a symbol of wealth and prosperity. Lakshmi is the consort of one of the major god of the preserver- Lord Vishnu.
Describe the Lakshmi puja?
Lakshmi puja is one of the most popular pujas in the Hinduism. This ritual can perform for Goddess Lakshmi along with Lord Ganesha. This puja is done to get bliss from the deity.
Why the Lakshmi puja is performed along with Lord Ganesha
The Lord Ganesha is a prominent deity for all rather than the mother goddess loves Lord Ganesha as well as the devotees should know to pray the Lord Ganesha before praying the Goddess.
Is it true? Friday is an important day for Goddess Lakshmi?
Yes, Friday is the most auspicious day for Goddess Lakshmi and this day considered as harmony day for all people.
Which days are an auspicious day for Goddess Lakshmi?
As per Hinduism, the deity puja should celebrate on the auspicious days of Amavasya, Tuesday, Friday, and Diwali.
Can we celebrate Lakshmi puja at the temple?
It might be possible to perform the Lakshmi puja at the temple, but a group of people assigns the puja arrangement at the temple not individually.