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Lakshmi Pooja


According to Hindu mythology, Goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu deity worshipped on the Hindu's most important festival Diwali, represents wealth, prosperity, strength, elegance, grace, fertility, and auspiciousness. The secret to material satisfaction and contentment is the god. On this auspicious day, thousands of worshipers pay tribute to the lord.
Shri is the goddess's holy name, which holds an underlying current. It evokes grace, affluence, authority, abundance, and holiness and is often used before beginning an auspicious work, such as written on top of documents or spoken before addressing a deity, teacher, or holy man, to name a few examples. She represents nature's ethereal perfection. Also known as Bhoodevi, the earth-goddess, Laxmi is the nurturer who bestows power, pleasure, and prosperity on her devotees.
The goddess, like Durga, has eight forms known as Ashta Lakshmi, which are usually worshipped by Hindus and each bestows one kind of wealth on her devotees. Aadi Lakshmi, Santhana Lakshmi, Gaja Lakshmi, Dhana Lakshmi, Dhaanya Lakshmi, Vijaya Lakshmi, Veera Lakshmi, and Aiswarya Lakshmi are among them. The Swarna-hasta, which means "golden-handed," is Lord Vishnu's best half.
She bestows wealth in all respects, both financial or spiritual and ethical ideals, the nobler aspects of life, mental and intellectual capacity.
Business failure
All financial difficulties
Loss of immovable property


It is performed normally on a Thursday or Friday. The shodasopachara pooja is performed with the prescribed materials, 1008 Lakshmi Namavali and Sri Sooktam are recited. It Will be done in your name with the specific Sankalpa.

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