Diwali 2019: How to perform Lakshmi Puja? Diwali Ke Totke and Shri Yantra

What is Diwali?

Diwali is the Hindu Festival which is celebrated every year in the month of October or November. This year Diwali in 2019 will be celebrated on Sunday, 27 October. The Word “Diwali” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Deepavali” which means a row of light. Diwali is also known as “Dipotsavam” which means “Festival of lights”. Not just India, it is also an official Festivals in many countries like Malaysia, Singapore and Suriname, etc.  Diwali 2019 is a symbol of victory of Light over Darkness and Good over Evil.

Why is Diwali Celebrated?

Why do Hindu’s Celebrates Diwali?

Diwali is a Five-day Celebration, there are many reasons Diwali is celebrated and they are listed Below:

  • Homecoming of Lord Ram: One of the most important reasons to celebrate Diwali is the return of Lord Ram, Lakshman, and Maa Sita to their Kingdom “Ayodhya” after defeating the Devil King “Ravan”. On this day people of Ayodhya welcomed their King Lord Ram and decorated the entire city with earthen Lamps “Diyas”.
  • Lord Krishna Killed Narakaasur: On the 4th Day of Diwali Festival, Lord Krishna defeated the Demon Narakaasur and rescued more than 16k women from his slavery.
  • Goddess Lakshmi: There is a belief that on the day of Diwali Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of wealth) arrives at the home of the people and bless them Wealth, luck and Prosperity. That’s a reason people worship Goddess Lakshmi along with Lord Ganesh.

Why do Sikhs celebrate Diwali?

Sikhs on the day of Diwali celebrate Bandi Chhor Divas, on this day Guru Har Gobind freed himself along with few Hindu Kings from the prison of Mughals and arrived at the Harmandir Sahib (also known as the Golden temple), from that day Sikhs celebrates Bandi Chhor Divas. The Golden Temple is decorated with special lightings, Fireworks, etc.

Why do Jains Celebrates Diwali?

Diwali is also an important day for Jains across the world. Jains celebrate Diwali as a day of remembering Mahavira. On Diwali morning people prays to Mahavira and offers Nirvana ladoo in Jain temples.

Why do Buddhist Celebrates Diwali?

In Nepal, Newar Buddhist Celebrates Diwali same way as Hindu Celebrates. It is also known as Diwali – Tihar festival. Newar Buddhist also prays to Goddess Laxmi and Lord Vishnu on Diwali.            

   Happy Diwali 2019

Diwali is the most awaited and happiest festival in India and Nepal. On this day, people renovate, paints and clean their homes, decorates them for Diwali. Diwali is also the biggest shopping season in India, people purchase new clothes for themselves and families, exchanges gifts, electronics sales are at a peak during this time. Many companies and shopkeepers also give discounts to people to attracts customers to themselves and to maximize sales and profit.

People working in different cities or country take a leave from their job as well as the students studying in the hostels also takes a leave from the schools because everyone wants to celebrate Diwali with their family members in the home town. The trains, buses and even the airplanes are full on this season. That’s why people book the tickets before the season begins.  

During Diwali people also purchase gifts for their friends and relatives, especially sweets and Dry-fruits. Women’s decorates the home and makes a beautiful Rangoli on floors of the home or near doorsteps. People also use electronic lights, diyas (earthen lamps) to remove every darkness of their home and welcome the Goddess Laxmi. In the evening people pray to Lord Ganesh and Goddess Laxmi for Health, wealth and Prosperity in life. And later, light the firecrackers, they cook delicious foods and mouth-watering sweets for Diwali festival. People play many games such as card games, dice, dance, music, etc. And light the firecrackers after the prayers.

How to perform Lakshmi Puja on Diwali 2019

People are eagerly waiting for Diwali throughout the whole year. As Hindu Calender Diwali festival is also known as Hindu New Year. People start cleaning and decorate their house, they remove all the clutter from their house. Worship several gods during five days of Diwali festivals. To invite Lakshmi the Goddess of wealth to their home they perform Laxmi pooja for wealth and prosperity. It should be a daily ritual. However, it is an essential ritual to perform Laxmi puja on the day of Diwali to seek her blessings. There are various hymns such as Sri Suktam and Laxmi Suktam which are designed by Indian sages for the worship of Goddess Lakshmi.

Some people also booked the Pandits for the Laxmi puja and vidhi. We will tell you some basic rituals and step by step instructions to perform Laxmi Pooja for her blessings. So, you can also do Laxmi puja very easily at home. The simplest ritual you can follow daily is to light an oil lamp in front of Goddess Lakshmi to invoke the grace of Maa Laxmi.

Things which are required for Laxmi Puja on Diwali:

  1. A chawki
  2. A red cloth
  3. Idol or photo of Lord Ganesha, Goddess Lakshmi, and Goddess Saraswati.
  4. Akshat (uncooked full grain Rice)
  5. A puja thali
  6. Kalash
  7. Mango leaves
  8. Dhoop sticks
  9. Roli
  10. Scent
  11. Supari
  12. Panchamrita
  13. Coriander seeds
  14. Cotton seeds
  15. Lotus flower or lotus flower seeds
  16. Garland of Marigold flowers
  17. Sweets
  18. Silver Coin
  19. Dry whole turmeric
  20. Some currency notes.

You can purchase everything online with great attractive offers. Diwali Puja Kit

How to do Lakshmi Puja on Diwali Step by Step

Step 1- Purify your House

First, clean your house properly, then purify your House by sprinkling Gangajal to purifying your surroundings.

Step 2- Set up the Platform

Place a chawki on the place of puja, then spread a red cloth on it.

Step 3 – Place the Kalash

Place the Kalash in the middle of the chawki. On the bed of rice. Fill Kalash with 75% of the water in it, place a betel nut or supari, a coin, a flower, and some rice in it. Decorate it with mango leaves.

Step 4 – Bathe each Idol

Bathe each Idol with the Panchamrita (made with five ingredients – Sugar, honey, ghee, curd, and milk) then followed by water, and wipe with a clean dry cloth.

Step 5 – Place the Idols

Place the Idols in front of the Kalash in south-west direction or on the right side of it.

Step 6 –  Light the Diyas

Light a lamp to start puja. This lamp should be kept lit overnight.

Step 7 – Place books/ laptop/ wealth related items.

You can also place your wealth and Business-Related Items or anything related to your work. Nowadays, people also place their laptop because businesses now have software related accounts.

Step 7 – Start Worship

Firstly, do puja of Lord Ganesha before any other God, to come and remove all obstacles during Lakshmi Puja. Put tilak of roli and Akshat on the forehead of Lord Ganesha. Then, offer scent, flowers, dhoop- deep, and sweets to Lord Ganesha.

 Step 8 – Start Laxmi Puja

Now, start worshipping Goddess Lakshmi. Put tilak of roli and rice on the forehead of Laxmi. Offer, flowers, dhoop, earthen lamps, scent, and sweets. Now offer cotton seeds, coriander seeds, supari, currency notes, dry whole turmeric, and lotus flower or lotus flower seeds to Goddess.

Step 9 – Worship all Deities

Now, pray to Lord Vishnu to come along with Goddess Lakshmi, pray to Lord Kuber for wealth, worship Lord Indra to give prosperity, do worship of Goddess Saraswati to get knowledge and guidance on life path, worship all deities followed by put tilak of rice and roli on their forehead, offer them flowers, scent, sweets, dhoop and earthen lamps for their blessings.

Step 10 – Worship of Elephants

Now, do worship of elephants of Goddess Lakshmi which are in photos. Offer them a pair of sugarcane.

Step 11 – Laxmi Arti

Do Lakshmi Arti after this Puja.

Shree Yantra or Sri Yantra

Sri Yantra is also known as Sri Chakra. In Sanskrit, Shree means wealth and Yantra means Instrument. Hence, you can say that it is an Instrument of wealth. This Yantra provides you success in your Business and increases the source of income.

Sri Yantra is composed of nine independent triangles drawn one within the other. It is formed by 5 downward triangles and 4 upward triangles. It’s a combination of male and female principles. The upright triangles represent the male principle i.e. Shiva and the downward triangles represent the female principles. i.e. Shakti.

All triangles lead to a creation of small 43 triangles, each triangle represents a deity with the certain expects of the existence. Shree Chakra is a geometric form of Goddess herself. It represents the infinite power of the Goddess herself.

Shree Yantra provides success and wealth. It is said that who religiously worship Shri Yantra achieve success, and will be able to fulfill their desires.

Shree Yantra is available in the form of Sphatik and Metal Plate.

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How to do Shree Yantra Puja on Diwali Day 2019

People worship Sri Yantra to receive blessings from Goddess Lakshmi and lord Venus for wealth and Success. To fulfill your luxurious desires worship Shree Yantra is very auspicious on Diwali Day.

Step 1 – Firstly purify Shree Yantra with Panchamrita and then with Gangajal.

Step 2 – Then place the Sri Yantra in your Puja room where you worship Goddess Laxmi and Lord Ganesha on a red cloth.

Step 3 – Then apply Kumkum and Akshat (rice) on it.

Then chant appropriate mantras. Start worship with Lord Ganesha mantras to remove any obstacles during puja.

Then recite Goddess Laxmi Mantra:

        Om Srin Hrin Srin Kamle Kamlalaye Praseed Praseed Srin Hrin Srin Om Mahalaxmaye Namah. 

  After this, chant Mantra of Lord Venus:

Om Dran Drin Draun Saha Shukraya Namah

Now, recite the mantra of Lord Kuber:

Om Yakshaya Kuberaya Vaishnavaya Dhan Dhanyadipataye Dhan Dhanya Samriddhi Me Dehi Dehi Dapaya Swaha.

After the worship, place the Shree Yantra at your puja room or in your locker with the same red cloth platform. You should be worshipped Sri Yantra daily with Dhoop and Deep. And you will be able to acquire wealth and prosperity.


Lal kitab ke totke on Diwali 2019

Lal Kitab is a very powerful astrology related book. It has answers to numerous questions related to wealth, health, marriage, family disputes, etc. But one question that constantly troubles every human being is about money than how to please Goddess Lakshmi. People also perform hawan and do numerous puja, but sometimes it costs too much. So, here we are going to tell you some easy and simple Diwali totke which can make your financial dream come true.

On this Diwali 2019 try Lal Kitab remedies for financial growth, these remedies or Diwali totke are not only easy and affordable but also provides you quick results. The effects of Diwali totkas are unbelievable.

In this period doing traditional Yagna, japa, hawan, etc are very difficult. It is said that by doing these remedies or upay are suitable for getting quick results. But, beware while doing Lal Kitab remedies, because this upay can also be backfire, if not performed properly. It is advisable to stop performing upay if you observe any side effects. Here is a list of some Diwali Totke from Lal Kitab you can perform any of them during Diwali 2019.  


To increase your earnings, drop an empty pitcher in water (river) on every Wednesday. Do this for 6 Wednesdays. Do not break the ritual until the cycle is completed.


Before leaving the house for work or business eat a piece of jaggery. Do this each day after completing your daily prayers. This simple totka will give you success in your work.


If you are facing numerous financial hurdles due to property and land issues, then throw a square piece of copper in flowing water for 40 continuous days.


For government or any other authority issues, bake some fresh rotis and feed them to cows. Do this remedy on every Sunday, and remember to use one and a quarter kilogram of wheat flour to make rotis.


To increasing income, distribute Poori- Bhaji to poor people for 11 continuous Saturdays. Start this remedy from the first Saturday of Shukla Paksha.


For a sudden and large increase in your regular income, place an Iron Pot filled with water, next to your head at the time of sleeping. Next Morning throws away that water, ensure that no one in the house uses that water for any purposes.


In spite of doing hard work you are not getting any results or not having a steady income, then drop a coconut in running water for 44 continuous days. Start this remedy from Diwali day, also perform Lakshmi Puja and chant Lakshmi Mantra with true devotion. 


This is one of the most powerful remedies from Lal Kitab, to attract wealth visit any temple barefoot. In the temple, light a lamp from ghee, burn incense sticks which has the strong scented smell and offer sweets to the temple deity. Then lastly, worship Goddess Lakshmi with great devotion, she will surely bless you. Start this remedy from the day of Diwali and do this for 40 days.  

Happy Diwali

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