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Sri Maha Laxmi Pujan / Diwali

Sri Maha Laxmi Pujan / Diwali:

Sri Maha Laxmi Pujan or the worship of the Goddess of wealth is the main event of Deepawali or Diwali It is popularly believed that Mata Lakshmi likes cleanliness and visits the cleanest house first. Adherents show reverence to the Maa Laxmi by placing small oil lamps or candles inside and outside their houses. They pray for well-being and happiness for their families and businesses.

It is believed that on this special occasion, Sri Maha Laxmi, Vishnu's wife and the goddess of Wealth showers her blessings on mankind for glory, wealth, success, fortunes and prosperity. To welcome Mata Laxmi, devotees clean their houses, decorate them with attire, jewelry, and lights, and prepare sweet dishes and delicacies as offerings.

Sri Maha Laxmi Pujan / Diwali:

Diwali 2016: 30 October
Diwali 2017: 19 October
Diwali 2018: 07 November
Diwali 2019: 27 October
Diwali 2020: 14 November
Diwali 2021: 04 November

Most auspicious time for Lakshmi Pujan:

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Things Required for Maha Lakshmi Pujan:

Photo or Idol of Goddess Lakshmi with Lord Ganesha and Goddess Saraswati Roli, A Chawki, Akshat (Raw full-grain rice uncooked), Puja ki Thali, Flower, Dhoop stick, Scent, Some currency notes, A Red cloth, Supari, Lotus Flower Seeds, Coriander seeds, Silver coin, Cottonseeds, Dry whole Turmeric and Sweets.

People perform Parad Laxmi Pujan at a place cleansed with cow dung, holy water and red mud; they light the entire house with candles and lamps. Rangoli (an art form) is also drawn at the doorstep to welcome Goddess Laxmi. The most auspicious time for Maha Laxmi Pujan is when Amavasya Tithi prevails during Pradosh Kaal. On Sri Maha Laxmi Pujan / Diwali, people purchase gold and silver, precious gemstones, new utensils, etc. as a sign of good fortune, money and prosperity.

Lord Ganesha is worshiped at the beginning of every auspicious festival as Vighneshvara; Maa Laxmi is worshiped in her different forms; Mahalakshmi; the goddess of wealth and abundance, Mahasaraswati; the Goddess of wisdom, books and learning and Mahakali; the Goddess of power. Lord Kubera the treasurer of the gods is also worshiped on this special festival.


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