All you need to know 2020 Lakshmi Puja muhurat and Vidhi

All you need to know 2020 Lakshmi Puja muhurat and Vidhi

On Diwali, Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are adored. Individuals, wearing their conventional best, perform Lakshmi Puja.

It’s that season once more! It’s Diwali time. The favorable celebration of Diwali or Deepawali is here. This year, it will be commended on November 14, 2020 Saturday. On Diwali, Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are revered at each home and lovers look for their gifts for riches and flourishing.

Diwali is one of the significant celebrations of India and is additionally celebrated over the world with much intensity. Individuals light up their homes and workplaces with lights, earthen pots, embellishing lights and blossoms, all things considered, Diwali is the celebration of lights.

Individuals, wearing their conventional best, perform Lakshmi Puja at night and offer desserts and natural products as prasad.

Lakshmi Puja muhurat:

On November 14 – 05:28 pm to 07:24 pm (term 1 hour 56 minutes)

Pradosh Kaal – 05:27 pm to 08:07 pm

Amavasya tithi – From November 14 at 02:17 pm and closures on November 15 at 10:36 am

Nishita Kaal muhurat

Lakshmi Puja muhurat – 11:58 pm (November 14) to 12:32 am (November 15)

Mahanishita Kaal – 11:39 pm to 12:32 am

Amavasya tithi – From November 14 at 02:17 pm and closures on November 15 at 10:36 am

Lakshmi Puja vidhi:

Conclude a spot at your home where you might want to play out the Pujan. The Mandir region in your home can likewise be utilized for performing Lakshmi Pujan.

Clean the spot with Ganga Jal (water) or plain water. Put a bit of Yellow or red fabric on a wooden stage. Put a little Rangoli made of rice flour.

Deferentially place the icon or photograph of Goddess Lakshmi on the stage. Put a small bunch of grains on the stage rather towards the privilege or left of the icon or photograph.

The following stage will be to set up a ‘Kalash’. Fill the ‘Kalash’ with water, one supari, a marigold bloom, coin, and rice. You likewise need to keep five mango leaves, which will be utilized in the ‘Kalash’. Spot a whole coconut with is fiber projecting upward in such a way that the mango leaves remain incompletely inside and halfway outside-confronting upward.

The following stage is to set up a customary ‘puja ki thali’, including rice grains, which should be put in a store (not very high). At that point, with the assistance of turmeric powder (otherwise called ‘Haldi’), draw a lotus bloom over it. When your drawing is finished, effortlessly place your excellent Lakshmi icon over it. As is known to all, goddess Lakshmi is our incomparable wellspring of vocation, benevolently place a few coins before the symbol (Maa will feel cheerful).

As indicated by Hindu convictions, Lord Ganesha is summoned before any god or goddess when playing out a puja or Havan. In this manner, you will likewise need to put a Ganpati symbol on the correct side of the ‘Kalash’ (ensuring that it is the South-West course). According to customs in our Hindu religion, welcome the ruler with putting a Haldi-Kumkum tilak on the brow. Offer some rice grains to the Ganpati icon.

When the Lakshmi-Ganesha icons are deliberately positioned, you can likewise look for the favors of the god and goddess by keeping your books, pen or any such close to home having a place (you feel is identified with your calling). With this done, right now is an ideal opportunity to light the light.

Light a unique Diwali Diya, and spot it on the ‘puja ki thali’. Additionally, with it put some more rice grains kumkum and blossoms. You will likewise need to make sure to keep aside a glass of water that will be utilized during the puja. Presently, as you continue to play out the puja—start with putting a ’tilak’ on the ‘Kalash’, additionally apply it on a glass of water which you saved it aside for puja. Offer a few blossoms too.

Presently begins the way toward summoning the goddess. In the event that you realize how to accurately recite the Vedic mantras of Lakshmi Maa—sing it, in the event that you can’t—stress not. Take a few blossoms and rice grains in your grasp, close your eyes with full dedication bow your head down before the goddess and serenade her sacred name. A short time later, offer the blossoms and rice in your grasp to the goddess.

When the goddess is summoned, take the Lakshmi icon and put in a plate, while washing it with water. Put the ‘Panchamrit’, and clean the icon again with unadulterated water. Presently, cautiously clean the symbol, clear out the water and spot it on the ‘Kalash’.

Presently is your chance to apply Haldi-Kumkum tilak to the mother goddess, and yes remember the rice grains. Welcome the goddess with a newly made laurel of blossoms. You can likewise offer some marigold and Bel. To get that fragrant feel, light up some incense sticks before the goddess.

You will at that point need to satisfy the goddess offering her a few desserts, as it is the celebration of great mithais. Spot the coconut before the goddess. You will likewise need to put the supari on a supari leaf—again enhancing it with some Haldi-Kumkum and rice grains. Additionally add some puffed rice, coriander seeds, and cumin seeds. What follows is, offering the Mother goddess your number one Diwali mithai, natural products, cash, or any valuable adornments thing.

Ultimately, the whole puja finishes with a Lakshmi Aarti, where everybody participates in the celebratory state of mind and goes to the Mother goddess together. With collapsed hands, we submerge ourselves before the goddess Lakshmi and in our legitimate askings — appeal to God for thriving and prosperity.

Close your eyes, overlap your hands and submerge yourself in the bhakti of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha.

Here’s wishing our readers a very Happy Diwali!



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