Diwali Special Pujas and Lakshmi Kubera Homam

Diwali Special Pujas and Lakshmi Kubera Homam

 

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Lakshmi Kubera Homam


Scheduled On Oct 30th 2016 From 6 Pm to 9 Pm IST


Lakshmi and Kubera both are wealth gods who help to live a wealthy life by reducing financial problems. It is believed that performing Lakshmi Kubera Homam will lead to major benefits.

This homam is considered as a powerful one as it helps to acquire more wealth to live an affluent life. Lakshmi is the consort of Lord Vishnu. She along with Lord Kubera distributes money to devotees when they offer prayers to her.


Why Lakshmi Kubera Homam on Diwali?


Diwali is one of the most glorious festivals of the Hindu people. They celebrate Diwali for five days in most regions of India. When Diwali falls, the sky is filled with lights from firecrackers. These lights signify the triumph of good over evil.

Hindus celebrate the first day of Diwali as ‘Dhanteras’ or ‘Dhantrayodashi’. ‘Dhan’ means ‘wealth’ and trayodashi means ‘13th day’. This year, Diwali will fall on 29th October.

Here are quotes from great Stotras (verses) which support Kubera, the Donor of Wealth:

- Mantra Pushpam (from Taithreeya Aranyakam of Yajur Veda) which usually sung at the end of pooja and Homa (havan), ends with “Kuberaya Vai Sravanaya Maha rajaya Namaha”, praising the King of Kings to bless us with Wealth.

- In the Lakshmi Narayana Kavacham (by Lord Bhairava) in the 5th stanza, the chant “Kubero api dhana adhyaksho dharma raajo yamah smrutaha”, means Kubera is the president of Wealth and Yama is for Dharma.
However, before chanting this mantra (or any other mantra), kindly chant the Gayatri Mantra to cleanse your soul.

Kubera is not the only God worshipped by Hindus on this day. There is also Lakshmi, the Goddess of Fortune, and Ganesha, the Remover of Obstacles. Starting the homam with Ganpathi Pooja removes hindrances in the pooja process. Thus, by performing Lakshmi Kubera Homam on this day, we can please Lakshmi, Kubera, and Ganesha. 


Importance of Lakshmi Kubera Homam 

Lakshmi Kubera homam play a key role in establishing financial stability in life by removing obstacles to a wider extent. 

Anyone who wants to get recovery from debt problems can choose this homam for ensuring peace of mind. 

Furthermore, it is possible to generate high revenues and profits in business with this homam by meeting essential requirements.

People who want to improve their financial conditions can conduct Lakshmi Kubera homam for achieving success in life.


Get Prasadam from all these Shrines to gain all Divine God’s blessings in the form of Prasad on this Diwali 2016 Festival…!!!


Palani Murugan Temple

Palani temple is one of the Arupadai Veedu of Lord Murugan. It obtained the name from the incident when Ganesh won the gyana pazham (fruit of knowledge) offered by Sage Narada with his wisdom. Angry, Murugan felt cheated and came to Palani, where Lord Shiva tried to placate him by saying ‘pazham nee’ (you are the fruit of wisdom) .

Pillaiyarpatti Vinayagar Temple

The main deity here, as the name suggests, is the six feet tall Vinayagar. Ganapathi is sitting without Angusapasam with folded legs with Ardha padmasana with only two hands. The deity is called Karpaga Vinayagar after the Karpagam tree. He listens to every prayer of his devotees Here, one can see all the three Goddesses, Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswathi.

Ranganathaswamy Temple

Ranganathaswamy temple is one of the Svayam Vyakta Ksetra of Vishnu and resides in Srirangam, near Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu. This first of the 108 Divyadesams, the temple stands on a natural island of River Kaveri. Here Lord Vishnu is in a leaning position over the Sheshanagam.

Chidambaram Nataraja Temple

Chidambaram is one of the five Pancha bootha sthalas of Lord Shiva with represents the sky (akasha). Here Lord Shiva, Lord Nataraja, and Lord Vishnu are in the same place. The ‘chid’ in Chidambaram means ‘consciousness’, and ‘ambaram’ means ‘sky’. Thus, the temple is the sky of consciousness. The temple gives a silent message that the removal of maya can lead to self-realisation.

Kolhapur Mahalakshmi Temple

This temple is one of the 52 Shakti peetas which goes back to Chalukya dynasty in the 12th century. A Sri yantra is carved on the wall. There was also an idol carving of Ma Amba on a Black antique stone and gemstones weighing upto 40kgs. This is the place where She killed a demon named Kolhasura. Devotees come to worship Ambabai for peaceful and healthy life. 


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