Saturday, October 30, 2010

Diwali Special ~ Mantras of Goddess Lakshmi

Diwali is both a festival of traditional poojas and calibrations.Traditionally Diwali Pooja is performed after sunset at home. On Diwali night, Ganesha shares the altar with Lakshmi. Shree Ganesha is the god of good beginnings and the fabled remover of obstacles. It is when placed side by side, Lakshmi and Ganesha hold out promise of fulfillment of desires, freedom from wants and obstacles.Those who know the ritualistic pooja perform it in the traditional way. Several people call a priest to perform the pooja. Others recite the stotras of Ganesha and Lakshmi. Doing the mantra japa of Ganesha and Lakshmi is very auspicious on this day. Maha Lakshmi is claimed to fulfill the promises of material, wealth and contentment. Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, luxury, beauty, power, generosity and auspiciousness.

Mantra with respective Yantra will bring more effective results. In ancient texts, Lord Shiva is supposed to have explained the mystical meaning of the Yantra to his consort, Goddess Parvati: "The Yantra is as essential to a god as oil is to the oil lamp or as a body is to a living human being". The Yantra is actually more powerful than a picture of a God which, to be energized, requires a Yantra to be affixed at its base or back. A Yantra always contains a Mantra associated with it. Just as the mind is a part of, yet different from the body, so is the Mantra from the Yantra. The Mantra is the mind consciousness while the Yantra is the form of the deity.

Ganesha Mantra :


Meaning : Elephant-faced, worshipped by the existing beings, of all living beings, tasting the elephant apple (kaith) and jambolana (jamun), the son of Uma, destroyer of grief, I bow to the lotus feet of Ganesha who is Lord of all.

Mantras of Goddess Lakshmi are as follows:

Meaning: I have heard of the Goddess from the teachers and the scriptures and have tried to mediate upon Her. I now beseech the same Goddess Lakshmi to motivate me to mediate upon Her.

I have heard of Lord Ganesh from the teachers and scriptures and have mediated upon him. I pray to Lord Ganesh to motivate me to mediate upon him.

I have prepared this collection of flowers by procuring flowers which grow in this season from different places. Oh, great Goddess, kindly accept my offering of flowers.

"Sarvagyay Sarvavarday Sarvadushtbhaydkree
Sarvadukhaharay Devi Mahalakshmi Namostutay"

Meaning: O Maa Lakshmi, you know everything, you grant favors to all, you are a terror to the evil and your art removes the misery of all. O propitious goddess, I surrender to you.

"Siddhi Buddhipraday Devi Bhuktimuktipradayeenee
Mantramurtay Sada Devi Mahalakshmi Namostutay"

Meaning: O divine goddess, you are the provider of success and intelligence. You are the benefactor of both worldly pleasure and freedom. The magical sound symbols-the Mantras, verily comprise their form with your grace. Propitious Mother, I surrender to you always.

"Aadhantarhitay Devi Aadhshakti Maheshwari
Yogajay Yogasambhutay Mahalakshmi Namostutay"

Meaning: O Ultimate Mother, your art is without beginning and end. Your art is the primal power. Your art comes out of Yogic practice and your art is evident through Yoga. Promising Mother, I surrender to you.

"Sthulsukshmay Maharodray Mahashakti Mahodray
Mahapaapharay Devi Mahalakshmi Namostutay"

Meaning: Goddess Lakshmi, your art in gross and subtle, is the most awful and powerful. Mother, you contain all things and you remove even the greatest sins. Auspicious Mother, I surrender to you.

"Padnaasanstithay Devi Parbrahmaswaroopeenee
Parmashree Jaganmatra Mahalakshmi Namostutay"

Meaning: Maa Lakshmi, you reside in the hearts of devotees and prove the art of the Supreme Brahman. You are mother of the universe with your supreme art. O Great Mother, I bow to you.

Goddess Mahalakshmi Gayatri :

Om MahaDevyaicha Vidhmahe
Vishnu Patnyaicha Dheemahi
Thanno Lakshmi Prachotayaath

Mahalakshmi Mantra :

|| om shreem shreem kamale kamalalaye prasid prasid shreem hleem om mahalakshmaye namaha ||



Shring is the Lakshmi bija. Recite with Shri Yantra will bring Mother lakshmi’s blessings in the form of peace, prosperity and harmony.


The mantra of Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of all the wealth and Prosperity in the world.

Goddess Laxmi Mantra Siddhi Japa : Daily worship of this mantra helps in attaining Siddhi:


Lakshmi mantras according to ascending signs (lagnas) :







KANYA ~AUM SHREEM EIM SAUN (N has a nasal sound)







Lord Kubera Mantra :

Om Hreem Yakshaya Kuberaya Vaishravanaya Dhana Akarshanaya Sarvaloka Vasigaraya Dhana Dhanya Adhipataya Dhana Dhanya

Shri Lakshmi Astothra : Sadha Naamavali

Aum Prakruthyai Namah

Aum Vikruthyai Namah

Aum Vidyaayai Namah

Aum Sarvabhoothahithapradayai Namah

Aum Shraddhayai Namah

Aum Vibhuthyai Namah

Aum Surabhyai Namah

Aum Paramatmikaayai Namah

Aum Vache Namah

Aum Padmalayaayai Namah

Aum Padmaayai Namah

Aum Shuchaye Namah

Aum Swahaayai Namah

Aum Swadhaayai Namah

Aum Sudhaayai Namah

Aum Dhanyaayai Namah

Aum Hiranmaiyai Namah

Aum Lakshmaiyai Namah

Aum Nityapushtayai Namah

Aum Vibhavaryai Namah

Aum Adhithyai Namah

Aum Dheethyai Namah

Aum Deepthaayai Namah

Aum Vasudhaayai Namah

Aum Vasudhaarinyai Namah

Aum Kamalaayai Namah

Aum Kaanthayai Namah

Aum Kaamakshyai Namah

Aum Kamala sambhavaayai Namah

Aum Anugrahapradhaayai Namah

Aum Buddhaiyai Namah

Aum Anaghaayai Namah

Aum Harivallabhaayai Namah

Aum Ashokaayai Namah

Aum Amruthaayai Namah

Aum Deepaayai Namah

Aum Lokashoka vinashinyai Namah

Aum Dharmanilayaayai Namah

Aum Karunaayai Namah

Aum Lokamatre Namah

Aum Padmapriyaayai Namah

Aum Padmahasthaayai Namah

Aum Padmakshyai Namah

Aum Padmasundariyai Namah

Aum Padmodbhavaayai Namah

Aum Padmamukhyai Namah

Aum Padmanabha priyaayai Namah

Aum Ramaayai Namah

Aum Padmamalaadharaayai Namah

Aum Deviyai Namah

Aum Padminiyai Namah

Aum Padmagandhinyai Namah

Aum Punyagandhaayai Namah

Aum Suprasannaayai Namah

Aum Prasadabhi mukhyai Namah

Aum Prabhaayai Namah

Aum Chandravadhanaayai Namah

Aum Chandraayai Namah

Aum Chandrasahodharyai Namah

Aum Chaturbhujaayai Namah

Aum Chandrarupaayai Namah

Aum Indiraayai Namah

Aum Indhu sheethalaayai Namah

Aum Ahlaadha jananvaya Namah

Aum Pushtyai Namah

Aum Shivaayai Namah

Aum Shivakariyai Namah

Aum Satyaayai Namah

Aum Vimalaayai Namah

Aum Vishwajananyai Namah

Aum Dhustyai Namah

Aum Dharidriya naashinyai Namah

Aum Preethi Pushkarinyai Namah

Aum Shanathayai Namah

Aum Shuklamaalyaambharaayai Namah

Aum Bhaskaryai Namah

Aum Bilva nilayaayai Namah

Aum Vararohaayai Namah

Aum Yashaswinyai Namah

Aum Vasundharaayai Namah

Aum Udhaarangaayai Namah

Aum Harinyai Namah

Aum Hemamalinyai Namah

Aum Dhana dhanyakaryai Namah

Aum Siddhayai Namah

Aum Sthraina Soumyaayai Namah

Aum Shubhapradaayai Namah

Aum Nrubavema gathanandhayai Namah

Aum Varalakshmaiyai Namah

Aum Vasupradhaayai Namah

Aum Shubhaayai Namah

Aum Hiranya praakaaraayai Namah

Aum Samudhra dhanaayayai Namah

Aum Jayaayai Namah

Aum Mangalaayai Namah

Aum Vishnuvakshah Sthalasdhithaayai Namah

Aum Vishnupathnyai Namah

Aum Prasannaakshyai Namah

Aum Narayana Samashrithayai Namah

Aum Dharidriya Dhwamsinyai Namah

Aum Devlakshmi Namah

Aum Sarva padhrava nivaarinyai Namah

Aum Navadurgaayai Namah

Aum Mahakaalyai Namah

Aum Brahma-Vishnu-Shivathmikaayai Namah

Aum Thrikaalagyanasampannaayai Namah

Aum Bhuvaneshwaryai Namah

Aum MahaaLakshmi Astothra sadha Namah

Diwali Special Yantra and Locket :

Kuber Yantra Locket

Lakshmi-Ganesh Yantra

Sampoorna Kuber yantra

Kuber Yantra ~Megical square

Kuber Yantra

Sri yantra

Sri yantra Locket

Vyaapar Vridhdhi Yantra

Shri Sampoorna MahaLakshami Mahayantra

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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Diwali ~ Festival of Lights (Diwali special Yantra and Lockets)

Diwali ~ Festival of Lights

Diwali is known as the 'festival of lights' comes exactly 20 days after Dussehra on Amavas (new moon), during the dark fortnight of Kartik some time in October or November. According to Hindu religious scriptures On this day, Lord Ram returned to his Kingdom Ayodhya after the exile of fourteen years (vanvaas) imposed by his stepmother Kaikeyi in jealousy, because Ram would become the king and not her own son Bharat. During this period he put an end to the demon Ravana of Lanka, who was a great Pundit, highly learned but still evil dominated his mind. After this victory of Good over Evil, Rama returned to Ayodhya. In Ayodhya, the people welcomed them by lighting rows of clay lamps. So, it is an occasion in honor of Rama's victory over Ravana.

Five Days of Diwali

Diwali is a festival of lights and is celebrated with great enthusiasm. The uniqueness of this festival is its harmony of five varied philosophies, with each day to a special thought or ideal. If people celebrate each of its five days of festivities with true understanding, it will uplift and enrich their lives.

The first day of Diwali--Dhanteras :

Diwali starts with the 13th lunar day of Krishna Paksh called Dhanvantari Triodasi or Dhanwantari Triodasi also called Dhanteras. On this day, Lord Dhanwantari came out of the ocean with Ayurvedic for mankind. On this day at sunset, Hindus should bathe and offer a lighted deeya with Prasad to Yama Raj (the Lord of Death) and pray for protection from untimely death. Dhanteras holds a lot more significance for the business community. Dhanteras will be celebrated on 3rd of November in 2010.

The second day of Diwali--Choti Diwali :

Second day of Diwali is called Narak Chaturdasi or Choti Diwali. On this day Lord Krishna destroyed the demon Narakasur and made the world free from fear. Choti Diwali will be celebrated on 4th of November in 2010.

The third day of Diwali--Lakshmi Puja on Diwali :

The third day of Diwali is the actual Diwali. On this day Maa Lakshmi (Goddess of prosperity and wealth) is worshipped to achieve the blessings of wealth and prosperity, the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness. It is believed that Goddess Laxmi visit everyone during Diwali and brings peace and prosperity to all.Diwali will be celebrated on 5th of November in 2010.

The fourth day of Diwali--Padwa & Govardhan Puja :

On this day, Govardhan Pooja is performed. On this day Lord Krishna caused the people of Brij to perform Govardhan Pooja. This day is also observed as Annakoot meaning mountain of food. People cook fifty-six or 108 different types of food for the bhog (the offering of food) to Krishna. Govardhan Pooja will be performed on 6th of November in 2010.

The fifth day of Diwali--Bhai Dauj :

The fifth day of the Diwali is called Bhratri Dauj. This is the day after Goverdhan Pooja is performed and normally two days after Diwali day. It is a day dedicated to sisters. On this day Yama (Lord of death) visited his sister Yamuna. He gave his sister a Vardhan (a boon) that whosoever visits her on this day shall be liberated from all sins. They will achieve Moksha or final emancipation. From then on, brothers visit their sisters on this day to enquire of their welfare. Bhai Duj will be celebrated on 7th of November in 2010.

Ganesh-Lakshmi Puja

Ganeshji is a must for Diwali pooja as he is to be worshiped in all pujas before any other god or goddess. Lakshmi Puja consists of a combined puja of five deities: Ganesha is worshiped at the beginning of every auspicious act as Vighnaharta; Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped in her three forms - Mahalakshmi (the goddess of wealth and money), Mahasaraswati (the goddess of books and learning), and Mahakali; Kuber (the treasurer of the gods) is also worshiped. Traditionally on Diwali night, Ganesh shares the altar with Lakshmi. During puja, the idol of goddess Lakshmi is placed on the left and Lord Ganesha, the elephant headed god is kept on the right. Shree Ganesh is the god of good beginnings and the fabled remover of obstacles. Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and prosperity and also personifies beauty, grace, and charm. She is normally depicted seated on a lotus with gold coins. On Diwali when both is placed side by side, Lakshmi Ganesh hold out promise of a year of fulfillment.

Diwali 2010

This year Diwali/Deepawali is on 05th Nov 2010 in the presence of Chitra and Swati Nakshatra, when Priti Yoga is created. The no Moon tithi, pradosh kaal, auspicious ascendant and Choghadia Muhurtha are very important and special for the festival of Diwali.

Diwali Special Yantra and Locket :

Kuber Yantra Locket

Lakshmi-Ganesh Yantra

Sampoorna Kuber yantra

Kuber Yantra ~Megical square

Kuber Yantra

Sri yantra

Sri yantra Locket

Vyaapar Vridhdhi Yantra

Shri Sampoorna MahaLakshami Mahayantra

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Diwali Pujan Muhurat