Diwali Lakshmi Puja

A festival of lights is called Deepavali or Diwali. It is observed in Lord Sri Rama Chandra’s honor. He is Lord Maha Vishnu’s seventh avatar. Lakshya, which means “goal” in Sanskrit, is the source of Lakshmi Devi’s name. The goddess of wealth, health, and success is Lakshmi Devi. She is referred to as “Adi Parashakthi” and is one of the Tridevi, along with Saraswathi Devi and Gowri Devi.
The Deepavali event is known as the festival of lights.
Maha Lakshmi is the target of the Diwali pooja.
Laxmi Puja on Deepavali would bring prosperity and pleasure to the family.
The primary deity of Deepavali pooja is Maha Lakshmi.
Deepavali’s third day is when Diwali falls, which is on Amavasya. The goddess of wealth, Lakshmi, is the spouse of Lord Vishnu. Before the Diwali Pooja, each devotee cleans their home, decorates it with flowers, toys, and sweets to offer Lakshmi Devi, places an idol of her there, decks it out in jewellery, and invites her to bless her followers with good health and money. Lakshmi Devi was the epitome of strength and intelligence. Her four hands, which she holds in the “Abhay Mudra” and “Gyana Mudra” positions with her right, stand for Dharma, Moksha, Kaama, and Artha.

Benefits of Deepavali Pooja are Deepavali Pooja safeguards against all evil spirits.
removes resentment, envy, and bad energy.
improve issues with both physical and mental health.
Deepavali Laxmi Puja develops bravery and self-assurance.
Those who get Lakshmi Devi’s blessings will prosper financially and have happy families.

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