Wealth Pooja

 

Maa Laxmi Puja

Laxmi Puja performed by Acharya Prashant Priyadarshan takes out all the obstacles from an individuals life pertaining to wealth that are caused by retrograde or malefic planets and other evil influences. By getting this special tantric puja conducted by us he or she will progress rapidly upward, will overcome poverty, avoid all financial difficulties, attain business success, gain lots of materialistic possesions etc.
The word Lakshmi originated from the Sanskrit word lakshya,signifying goal. Ma lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth, prosperity and fortune with material and spiritual growth. She is believed to protect her devotees from all kinds of misery and money-related sorrows. She is the divine spouse of Lord Vishnu and is also called as Shri. Lakshmi is the daughter of Bhrigu and Khyaati according to the Vishnu Purana and resided in Swarga. She left Swarga and made ksheera sagara her home due to the curse of Durvasa.
Mahalakshmi is also the sister of the great guru Sukracharya as well as the great planet Chandra. When the Devas and Daanavaas churned the ksheera sagara (sea of milk), Chandra and Lakshmi were born out of the sea making Chandra brother of Lakshmi.
Lakshmi is the incarnation of lord vishnu's superior spiritual feminine energy, in forms of Adi Parashakti or Param Prakriti, which sanctifies, empowers and takes the individual to higher elevation of spirituality.
Mata lakshmi is the goddess of beauty and beatitude. She has a golden complexion with dark, wavy and long hair, represented as confering prosperity or happiness. Her red or golden costume, ornaments full of gold with a golden ruby-studded crown on her head symbolizes fulfillment and continuous activity. Her right hand shows abhay mudra and gyan mudra depicting power and intelligence and potful of gold and paddy sheaf in her left hand depicts her as a bestower of large amount of wealth or prosperity.
In Hinduism Devas (gods) and asuras (demons) were both mortal at one time. Amrit, the divine nectar that would give immortality could only be obtained by churning the Kshirsagar (Ocean of Milk). The devas and asuras both sought immortality and decided to churn the Kshirsagar. With the devas on one side and the asuras on the other, the samudra manthan commenced. Vishnu incarnated as Kurma, the tortoise, on whom was placed a mountain as a churning pole, and Vasuki, the great venom-spewing serpent, was wrapped around it and used to churn the ocean. A host of divine celestial objects came up during the churning. Among these, importantly, was Goddess Lakshmi, the daughter of the king of the milky ocean. The last to come up was the Amrit. With this, the avatar of Kurma, the tortoise, ended. Vishnu then took up the form of a beautiful maiden to distract the asuras and gave immortality to the devas.
Goddess Mahalakshmi has ever been in existence. Her appearance from samudra manthan is one of her main manifestation only. Goddess Mahalakshmi was also born to the great Sage Bhrigu and she is therefore also called as Bhargavi.

Shri Kubera Puja

As water spring enables to get water, in the same way for people who worship Lord Kubera can get releasing his blessings, Added to that, He stablises to be with every individual good strength, better business, sufficient inflow of money, education, industrial growth etc.
Auspicious date to worship Lord Kubera is between Oct 15th Nov. 15 (Tamil Month Iyppasi). Thursday is the most auspicious day with PUSASTAR. He faces Northern direction. Those who offers day Pooja to Lord Kubera he stays in their feature respective houses. Combination of the mentioned is very very rare so, which every occurs, by placing Lord Kubera's photo with proper Yantra by placing in Northern direction, do the pooja for 48 days with the following Mantra daily 108 times with proper Naivedhyam to achieve the goal.

Om Hrim Yakshaaya Kuberaya Vaishravanaaya
Danadaanyathi Pathayae Danadaanya
Samruddhimmae Daehi Tapaya Swahaa
Om Yaksha Raajaya Vidmahae Alakadiisaya Dimahi
Tanno Kuberappracodayaat.

Lord Kuber, who is considered treasurer of the riches of the world, is worshipped along with Sri Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth. Traditionally Shri Kuber is worshipped during Lakshmi Puja on Amavasya day. However, Shri Kuber is also worshipped on Dhan Trayodashi during five days Diwali festivities.If you have Murti or statue of Shri Kuber then it can be used for Puja. If you don't have Kuber Murti then as an alternate you can consider chest (Tijori,) or box of Jewelry, representing Shri Kuber itself and worship it. Before you start worshipping the chest, you should draw the sign of Swastik with Sindur and tie Moli (Kalaya) to it.

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