After a big and long lockdown because of a pandemic situation but this month comes with lots of positive energy and prosperity. A very prominent and big festival of Indian named Diwali is coming in the few days. The festival is also known as the Festival of Lights in which all the Indian residence are worship Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha. The festival tells us that no matter what happened, at the end truth prevails over falsehood. Another devotional meaning to celebrate Diwali is when Lord Rama return to the Kingdom Ayodhya after staying 14 years of exile in which he kills Ravana for his karma.
Maa Laxmi Puja Timings
All the people are worship Goddess Lakshmi with lots of devotional feels and wish to get prosperity and happiness. All the residents of Ayodhya were welcoming Lord Rama when he returns from the 14 years of exile with Goddess Sita and Laxman. Everyone decorates their houses with Diyas and candles. After that, all the residence are welcome Lord Rama, Mata Sita, and Laxman. Now, all the people are worship Maa Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha with lots of devotional feels. All the people are decorating their houses with Rangoli and Diya of Ghee. Everyone shares sweet dishes with their family members and friends.
According to Hindu Panchang, this year Diwali held on 14th November 2020. The method of worship Maa Lakshmi on the auspicious time is all the Indians have established the statue of Maa Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha to worship. The mantra to worship Maa Lakshmi is
“ॐ Prithvi Tvaya Dhrita Loka Devi and Vishnu Dhrita.
T & D Dharaya Maa Devi Piousam Kuru Chasanam Namah.”
Diwali held in the month of Karthik and celebrated on the day of the new moon. The festival of Diwali is coming with lots of prosperity and happiness. All the devotees are worship Maa Lakshmi on an auspicious day and pray for happiness and positive energy. Maa Lakshmi plays important role in our culture and she gives blessings and happiness to her devotees. May you also stay blessed by the grace of Maa Lakshmi. There are millions of devotees in Hindu temple who believe in Maa Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha on this auspicious day.