Diwali is often celebrated on the new moon day of Kartik month. On this day, the fruits of charity, havan, and puja are received soon. Know which other Gods you should worship with Lakshmi on Diwali….
It is Diwali on 14 November and special prayers are offered to Goddess Lakshmi on this day. Diwali is often celebrated on the new moon day of Kartik month. On this day, the fruits of charity, havan, and puja are received soon. Know which other Gods should be worshiped with Laxmi ji on Diwali.
This should be the picture of mother Lakshmi
Buy such a picture of Lakshmiji for Puja on Diwali in which she is sitting near the feet of Lord Vishnu. Worshiping this picture is considered very auspicious.
Should buy step mark with silver of Maa Lakshmi. Keep it in Lakshmi Puja and after that it should be kept in the vault of the house.
Sriyantra is the symbol of Goddess Lakshmi. It should be installed in the temple of the house.
Kubera is the god of wealth and the treasurer of the gods. Their statue should be kept in the north direction of the house.
In the worship of Vishnu and Mahalakshmi, the southeastward conch is very important. Buy a conch on Diwali and anoint Vishnu-Lakshmi by filling saffron mixed milk in this conch.
It is a rare shellfish. It is very beautiful to look at. Buy pearl conch on Diwali and keep it in your vault after worship.
Mercury lakshmi statue
The Lakshmi statue made of mercury is considered very auspicious for Lakshmi Puja on Diwali. A statue of Parade Lakshmi should be purchased on Deepawali.
Lakshmiji appeared from the sea and Kauri also meets the sea. For this reason, the tradition of placing yellow cauldrons in Lakshmi Puja has been going on since ancient times.
It is mandatory to have a lotus flower in the worship of Goddess Lakshmi. Lotus Gatta is also obtained from the lotus plant. Lakshmi mantra should be chanted with a garland made from lotus gatta. One can also buy lotus garland garland on Diwali.
Small coconut is slightly smaller than a common coconut. This coconut should be worshiped on Diwali. After worshiping, one can tie it in red cloth and keep it in the vault.