Lakshmi Puja

Diwali or Deepawali is the most important festival for Hindus in India as well as Nepal. Commonly celebrated with lighting Diyas and bursting crackers, worshipping Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesh on this day is considered highly auspicious. In 2017, Diwali occurs on 19th October 2017.

The term Deepawali is a combination of two words – Deepa which means Light or Diya and avali which means row. Hence, a row of lights or a row of diyas are lit on Diwali day. This festival marks the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness, and knowledge over ignorance. Most importantly it means, the ‘rising awareness of inner consciousness.’

To invoke happiness, prosperity, wisdom and joy on this day, Lord Ganesh and Mata Lakshmi are propitiated and worshipped. This is because Lakshmi is a symbol of wealth, wisdom and perseverance. Lord Ganesha stands for happiness and wisdom. Both are known to restore the goodness in people and help them lead a good life.
On Diwali, individuals who are business owners perform the Chopda Pujan, i.e. worshipping their account ledgers and starting afresh for the coming New Year.

Benefits of Laxmi Ganesh puja are as follows:
Achieving goals and results without any hindrance
Being successful at work without any obstacles
Overcoming hurdles in academics with great end results
Smoothening marital life and eradicating differences in couples
Seeking good health
Inviting prosperity and wealth in home
Enabling quick recovery from debts
Overall protection from poverty and debts
Boosting bank balance
Expansion of business
Seeking happiness and satisfaction in life

This Puja will be conducted for you by expert pandits who will adhere to all rules and regulations, as well as follow all required traditions to perform the Puja. Once you place the order, the date and time of the Puja will be communicated to you over email. A link will be provided through which you can view the Puja live.

Once the Lakshmi Ganesh Puja is completed, you will receive the following as Prasad:
Energized Lakshmi jee’s paduka (keep it at your puja place)
Panchmeva
Lakshmi Chalisa

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