Goddess Lakshmi Worship on Navaratri

Info on Goddess Lakshmi worship on Navaratri and Durga Pooja. Goddess Lakshmi is one of the most popular Hindu Gods worshiped daily. Mahalakshmi is also one of the main goddesses worshiped during nine days Navratri festival and Durga Pooja. Below is the information on how Lakshmi Maa is worshipped. 

Though Lakshmi is worshiped daily, special poojas and prayers are done on the month of October - November. This is the Deepavali festival associated with the essence of lights, candles as well as sparkler fireworks in celebration, dedication and in honor of Lakshmi. Her worship ceremonies also include people offering food and sweets, chanting her 108 names, prayers repeated and devotional songs being sung. To light the way for Lakshmi to enter their homes, women line up their windows in light.

Another occasion is the full moon night following the Dussehra or Durga Pooja where Lakshmi is worshipped at home for her blessings. Even neighbors are invited to attend the puja. It is believed that the goddess herself visits their homes and showers them with wealth and prosperity.

Goddess Lakshmi is a Divine Lady who brings all good fortune, hope, happiness, friendship, positive opportunities, increased well being and joy in everybody’s life. She aims at the uplifting of mankind. She protects all her devotees from all kinds of misery and money related sorrows. Lakshmi is honored as the supreme goddess and not just the goddess of wealth.

Goddess Lakshmi Worship on Navaratri


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