Diwali Lakshmi Puja is the best way to get wealth, prosperity, and happiness in your life. Diwali festival celebrates goddess Laxmi who brings good luck during Diwali’s period. Seek blessings from Goddess Lakshmi to get wealth, prosperity, and happiness in your life. It is the day when the goddess of wealth, Laxmi, is worshipped to usher in good luck and prosperity.
Diwali is celebrated for five days with worship and rituals dedicated to Mata Lakshmi. It’s called Pancha Maha Parva because it lasts five days total. On this first day, Dhantrayodashi or Dhanteras.
For the long-term benefit of prosperity and positive transitions in life, 5 Days Lakshmi Puja is an ideal choice. The special Puja spells a great fortune to your family members and relatives, ensuring peace for everyone in the worshipper’s life. Puja performed by our Reliable & Learned pandits provides prosperity in the long run besides having positive transition effects on worshiper’s whole family, which brings good luck in their lives.
To attain the blessings of goddess Lakshmi for peace and prosperity in your life, avail Pancha Maha Parva 5 Days Diwali Laxmi Puja 2021 done by our Reliable and Learned Pandits. In addition to this, the Puja spells a great fortune to family members & relatives as well.
1st DAY PUJA – Dhantrayodashi/Govatsa Dwadashi Opens The Doors Of Monetary Gains
Every year on, the Dhantrayodashi (Dhanteras)/Govatsa Dwadashi festival occurs. The festival celebrates Lakshmi and Ganesha, where people buy new things for their homes to offer to bless them with prosperity.
2nd DAY PUJA – Choti Diwali
The second of the five maha parvas is an occasion known as Choti Diwali that happens every year on which is celebrated every year on the fourteenth day of Krishna Paksha in the month of Kartik. The most prominent account of this celebration involves lighting small earthen lamps filled with oil around homes to signify victory over evil forces represented by Lord Rama’s defeat to Ravana.
3rd DAY PUJA – Deepawali Worship Brings The Grace Of Goddess Lakshmi (Diwali Poojan)
Deepawali is a festival that celebrates the goddess Lakshmi. It takes place on Kartika Krishna Paksha Amavasya. Deepawali is celebrated all over India and throughout the world as people celebrate with love, devotion, and faith in Goddess Lakshmi!
4th DAY PUJA – Annakut Govardhan Poojan
The next day of Diwali is being celebrated as Govardhan Puja, also known as Annakoot Puja. This festival has significant importance in Indian culture. We see the direct connection between humans and nature through this worshipping ritual where they worship cows for their purity, similar to how the Ganges are considered pure rivers. It has been told in the scriptures that the cow is as pure as the Ganges in the rivers. The cow is also said to be the form of Goddess Lakshmi. Just as Goddess Lakshmi provides happiness and prosperity, in the same way, cow mother also provides wealth in the state of health with her milk. Their calf grows grain in the fields. In this way, the cow is revered and respected by the entire human race. To show reverence to the cow, on Kartik Shukla Paksha Pratipada, Govardhan is worshipped and cow as its symbol.
5th DAY PUJA – Bhaiyya Dooj Or Yama Dwitiya
Bhai Dooj is a Hindu festival celebrated on the second lunar day in Kartika, during Diwali. On this day, brothers and sisters greet each other with gifts. During this auspicious occasion, sisters pray for their brother’s long lives and prosperity while giving them gifts such as clothes and jewellery and applying tikas to both sides of their forehead, often made from the vermilion paste they believe will protect him throughout his life by Lord Krishna.