“सर्वज्ञाय सर्ववरदे सर्व दुष्टभयङ्करि, सर्वदुःख हरे देवि महालक्ष्मी नमोस्तुते”
Mahalakshmi Puja/Laxmi Pujan & Yajna (महालक्ष्मी पूजा और यज्ञ): “O Maa Laxmi, you know everything, you grant favors to all, you are a terror to the evil and your art removes the misery of all. O propitious goddess, I surrender to you” Lakhxmi, the Goddess of wealth, is the power and consort of the powerful- Vishnu, the preserver, she is the power in its complete multiplicity. Shri or Lakhxmi, depicted in the Vedas, as the Goddess of wealth and fortune, power and beauty. According to the Purana, she was the incarnated daughter of the sage Bhrigu and his wife Khyati. She was later born out of Ksheer Sagar (ocean of milk) while being churned more popularly known as Samudra Manthan. Hence, her appellation, “Ksheer Samudra Raja Tanaya”.- Laxmi Pujan/Lakshmi Puja
Vishnu represents all that is male and Laxmi, all that is female. Laxmi is enchantingly beautiful, and is standing on a lotus holding lotuses, with a lotus garland is called Padma, or Kamala. She is Worshipped in the images dark pink, golden, yellow or white. What implies behind each of the color is highly symbolical in its implication. If Laxmi is pictured as dark in complexion, it is to show that she is the consort of Vishnu, the dark God. If golden yellow, that shows her as the infinite source of wealth and this is the most popular image of Mahalaxmi with the skin of gold. Mahalaxmi, an aspect of Durga. She is shown with eight hands holding different items and each represent something.- Lakshmi Puja
When Laxmi is worshipped in a temple, she is shown seated on a lotus throne, with four hands holding Padma, shankhan, amrita kalasha (pot of ambrosia) and bilva fruit. Her four hands signify her power to grant the (Chatur vidha) four types of purusharthas (ends of human life), dharma (righteousness), artha (wealth), Kama (desires), moksha (beatitude).- Mahalakshmi Puja
The bow and arrow, mace and discus are added in the image of Mahalaxmi. If her skin is white, she represents the purest form of prakriti (nature) from which the universe developed. As she is the mother of all, the pinkish complexion reflects her compassion for creatures. Temples just for Laxmi are rare; she is complete with Vishnu or Narayan just as He is ineffective without Her manifestation. It is said that if one chants the 108 names of Laxmi, harmony and prosperity becomes the constant companions of the devotee.- Mahalakshmi Puja
Mahalakshmi Puja Providential Effects:
Goddess Lakshmi is considered as the supreme power and the divinity of wealth and prosperity. When Mahalakshmi is worshipped with true devotion, she banishes all traces of poverty from one’s life and endows one with riches and splendour.- Mahalakshmi Puja
Mahalakshmi Yajna is one ultimate way to seek divine help to stabilize finance & accumulate wealth in your life. The glory and the divinity of Goddess Lakshmi have been spoken well in our spiritual scriptures. She has also been adored by our great saints like Shri Adi Jagadguru Shankaracharya, Shri Vallabhacarya, Shri Nimbarkacharya and the like. We all know that Goddess Lakshmi is the divine consort of Lord Vishnu and that she emerged as one of the fourteen Jewells that emerged from the ocean during the Samudra Manthan.- Mahalakshmi Puja
She has commonly been referred to as “SHRI” meaning prosperity. In Astrology, she is the presiding deity of Venus. Any kind of worship to Goddess Lakshmi strengthens the potential of Venus to deliver benefit results.- Mahalakshmi Puja
Mahalakshmi Puja Key Feature:
Gauri Ganesha, Kalash and Vishnu Pooja
Special worship of “Mahalaxmi” the Goddess of Wealth
Mahalaxmi Shree Yantra “Abhishekma” & Praam Partishtha
Chanting of Mahalaxmi Main Mantra: “Om Shreem Hreem Shreem Kamle … om Mahalaxmye Namah”,
Chanting Mahalaxmi Main Mantra as per requirement.
Recite Shree Suktam & Laxmi Suktam daily.
Mahalaxmi Dashansh Yajna & Purnahuti
End of Ceremony with Pushpanjali
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