While Lakshmi is the undisputed Goddess of wealth, Kubera is her heavenly treasurer. Hence the worship of Lakshmi and Kubera is considered the most auspicious thing for those seeking financial prosperity. This is an elaborate major Homam. After the traditional Ganesha Pooja and Kalasha Pooja, The Navagrah Homam and the Dasa Dikpalaka Homam are performed. Then 1008 times recitals of Lakshmi Moola Mantra and Kubera Moola Mantra and Homa are performed. It Will be done exclusively in your name with your specific Sankalpa (wish).
Please note that a "Prasadam" of the puja is sent to the client via couriers. This Prasadam includes the following items that have been energized during the puja and they are supposed to carry the blessings of the puja to the client :
- Mahalakshmi Yantra
- An Energized Rudraksha during the Puja
- Beetle Nut
- Energized Red Thread (Mouli)
- Kumkum and Akshat (Rice)
- Energized Gomati Chakra
- Havan Bhasma
- Dry fruits Prasada
- A Yantra which has been energized during the Puja with Mouli tied around it. You may follow the Instructions regarding this Yantra (a few yantras can be kept at home while the others may have to be disposed of off as instructed) depending upon the type of Pooja
- An Energized 5 Mukhi Rudraksha bead which may be worn by you or alternately the same can be kept on the Puja altar / Cash Box
- Kumkum and Akshat (Rice) to be applied on the forehead only once after you have received the Prasadam
- Energized Red Thread (Mouli) to be tied on the Right-Hand wrist for Males and the Left-Hand wrist for Females. Please note that this Mouli is very Auspicious and hence it can be tied to the hands of the rest of your family members as well. This mouli creates a Protective and Auspicious Aura wherever it is tied.
- An Energized Beetle Nut should be kept on your Puja altar or Cash Box.
- An Energized Gomati Chakra to be kept in your Cash Box
- Havan Bhasma to be applied on the forehead only once after you have received the Prasadam
- Dry fruits Prasadam should be taken by you and your family members.