How to perform Lakshmi Puja on Diwali and why it matters
1. Newly erected statues of Lord Ganesha and Shri Lakshmi are worshipped on Amavasya day, the day before Diwali. Along with the Lakshmi-Ganesha Puja, other rituals include Kuber Puja and Bahi-Khata Puja. The entire day fast is preferred on the day of the Diwali Puja. Depending on the person's physical capabilities and willpower, the person may choose to fast either Nirjal, which means without water, or Phalahari, which means just with fruits or solely with milk.
2. Taking into account fixed Lagna, Pradosh time, and Amavasya Tithi, Diwali Puja should be performed at the right Diwali Puja Muhurat. The Lakshmi Puja is a crucial Diwali ceremony. Various hymns, such as Sri Suktam and Lakshmi Suktam, were created by Indian sages to be sung in honour of Goddess Lakshmi. However, there is a very simple Lakshmi ji universal puja vidhi for those who do not know Sanskrit. Due to the fact that this puja is for Lakshmi panchyatan, it is incredibly powerful.
3. The grace of Goddess Lakshmi immediately bestows blessings onto the devotee who performs Lakshmi panchayatan puja.
4. Roli, Akshat (raw, uncooked full-grain rice), a puja thali, a flower garland, a dhoop stick, a scent, and an image or idol of Goddess Lakshmi alongside Lord Ganesha and Goddess Saraswati are necessary for the Lakashmi puja on Diwali. A silver coin, several cash notes, a red cloth, a chawki, a supari, coriander seeds, cotton seeds, lotus flower seeds, dry whole turmeric, and a bag of sweets
Complete Instructions for Lakshmi Puja on Diwali:
1. Keep everything in one location where it belongs.
2. Set up chawki at your puja location. On it, spread a red cloth.
3. Display an image or idol of the goddesses Lakshmi, Saraswati, and Ganesha.
4. Arrange three heaps of uncooked rice in front of the image of the goddess Lakshmi for Lord Vishnu, Kuber, and Indra.
5. To begin the puja, light a lamp. Overnight, this lamp should remain on. Moreover, a light dhoop stick
6. During the Lakshmi puja, ask Lord Ganesha to arrive and remove any barriers. Put a roli and akshat tilak on Lord Ganesha's forehead. Offer Lord Ganesha incense, flowers, dhoop, sweets (naivedya), and an earthen lamp.
7. Begin the Lakshmi puja now. Put a rice and roli tilak on Goddess Lakshmi's forehead. Offer the goddess Lakshmi fragrance, flowers, dhoop, sweets, and an earthen light (deepak). Now present Goddess Lakshmi with coriander seeds, cotton seeds, dry whole turmeric, silver coins, bills of money, supari, and lotus flower seeds.
8. Request that Lord Vishnu accompany Goddess Lakshmi. Offer Lord Vishnu incense, flowers, dhoop, sweets, fruits, and an earthen lamp.
9. Ask Lord Kuber to grant wealth along with Goddess Lakshmi. Offer an earthen light, fragrance, flowers, dhoop, and sweets in worship to Lord Kuber.
10. Request prosperity from Lord Indra by making a prayer. Offer Lord Indra homage by bringing incense, flowers, dhoop, sweets, and an earthen lamp.
11. Perform Saraswati worship at this time. Goddess Saraswati's forehead should have a tilak and akshat applied on it. Present a fragrance, flowers, dhoop, sweets, and an earthen light. Pray for heavenly wisdom and direction on your life's journey.
12. Perform the elephants' worship in the picture. Give the Lakshmi elephants a couple of sugarcanes. 13. After this Puja, perform Lakshmi Arti. 14. The easiest and most effective mantra to chant in order to invoke Ma Lakshmi is "Shreem Swaha." Say this chant 108 times at the very least.