Worship of compassionate mother Lakshmi according to the rules, there will never be a lack of happiness in the world


BanglaHunt Desk: Lakshmi is an adored Hindu goddess. The consort of Lord Vishnu is the goddess of wealth, spiritual wealth, good fortune and beauty. We see the owl as the vehicle of the goddess. Apart from Hinduism, images of Goddess Lakshmi can also be seen in Jain monuments. However, this goddess is more worshiped in Hindu homes. Especially on the day of Diwali, Alakshmi Puja and on the day of Kojagari Purnima, Kojagari Lakshmi Puja is performed in almost every house.

If some rules are followed during Lakshmi Puja, there is never a lack of happiness in the world.

Goseba- According to the Puranas, reading the date of Lakshmi Puja on Thursday and Friday is considered very auspicious. If Goseba is served with Paramanna or sweet food every Friday, then the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi will always prevail over that person.

Cow and conch- If a cow is kept in the temple or on the throne of the deity, then it is for the welfare of the householder.

Basil tree- As another form of mother Lakshmi, mother is satisfied by lighting a lamp in the basil tree of the house every evening.

Gayatri Mantra- After bathing and chanting the Gayatri mantra 108 times every day using a garland of lotus seeds in clean clothes, Mother Lakshmi was pleased.

Flute- The flute is the ornament of Lord Krishna, the incarnation of Vishnu, which is Lakshmi's favorite object. When this flute is wrapped in a silk cloth and placed on the throne of Thakur, mother Lakshmi is always pleased with that person.
Lakshmi Twelfth Stotra – If you recite Lakshmi Twelfth Stotra 12 times with all devotion for 12 consecutive days, you will definitely get rid of debt.
Deccan conch- When Mother Lakshmi's conch shell is placed in a silver vessel or earthenware vessel in a clean cloth of red, white or yellow color, the mother's blessing comes out through that conch.

Earthen lamp Every Friday, when nine salts made from lotus root are made and lit in an earthen lamp and placed in front of mother Lakshmi, there is a combination of abundance in the house.