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Importance Of Laxmi Pooja On Diwali
By Paliwal Jewelers


  During Diwali season we celebrate mainly five religious festivals - dhanteras, naraka nivaran chaturdashi, laxmi puja, govardhan puja and bhau-beej correspondingly.  The third day of Diwali festival or badi Diwali is the most significant day that comprises of Laxmi Pujan. In the evening, hindus pray to goddess by chanting hymns and mantras offerings sweets to the Goddess Laxmi and Lord Ganesha.

Goddess Laxmi is the deity of wealth. Performing rituals result in the increase of wealth to the household and prosperity in the venture undertaken by the bhaktas (devotees). However, appeasing the goddess may also lead to other desirable changes as this pooja removes obstacles in the alleyway of the devotee and spread happiness in his/ her family. Lord Ganesha is also worshiped along with laxmi for propitious beginnings of the auspicious proceeds.

The four hands of goddess laxmi represent dharma (duty), kama (craving), artha (wealth) and moksha (liberation). The coins dropping from her lower left hands denote prosperity in all the directions which is the reason people worship her for wealth. Goddess wears red color saree with golden embroidery which indicates abundance. This strongly states that gold is a symbol of Laxmi.

Some of the most important elements needed in pooja are silver or gold coins, rice, coconut, five leaves, marigold flower pot, red vermillion (supari), thali, oil lamps or diya and Laxmi-Ganesha idol. Most of these elements are available in our silver pooja items category. The process of worshiping starts with pouring water, marigold flower, a coin and rice grains.

A small pooja thali is kept on the kalash and kalash is placed on a fault mountain made from the rice grains. A lotus is drawn on which the Laxmi idol is placed; on the right side of kalash Lord Ganesha is placed. Diya is lighted after which the aarti takes place. The aarti starts with applying a tika on the kalash, the prayers are recited after which flowers and rice grains are offered.

In the pooja, it is important of have a gold or silver offering because they signify auspiciousness and good fortune. Therefore people usually buy gold and silver coins to accomplish their pooja in the evening. Most of the individuals consider purchasing gold but buying silver is also a good option because silver in the Hindu religion is believed to remove all the negative energies and boosts inner strength. Paliwal Jewelers provide skillfully crafted silver items online within your budget so that you can experience sanctified with riches without getting worried about your pocket.

During Diwali, people frequently give valuable gifts to each other. Most of them prefer to buy something that is economical and still precious. For such people on our website, we have aesthetic silver gift Items for Diwali.

Illuminate your festival with our products to rejoice and seek blessings of well beings and good fortune from the Godess Laxmi.

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