Lakshmi Pooja Diwali 2017- How to perform Laxmi pooja on 19th October 2017

How to perform Goddess Lakshmi Pooja on 19th Oct 2017 Hindus all over the world worship Lakshmiji as the embodiment of wealth  riches and prosperity. The Night of  Kartik Amavasya is celebrated all over the world as the Lakshmi Poojan Night on the 19th October 2017. I have mentioned the step-by-step method for a proper Laxmi Pooja this year at your home and office and working ...Continue Reading...

Oil Bath and Anusandhana Rituals during Diwali- Significance and Importance

Anusandhana in Deepavali Rituals - Jala Poorana and Diwali oil bath ritual During Diwali on the 4th day of Diwali or the Narak Chaturdashi or Roop Chaudas, we have head bath with scented oil. The most important ritual of the Naraka Chaturdashi is, people wake up early in the morning (before sunrise) or during moon-rise, apply ubtan (made up of til oil, herbs, flowers as well as some crucial ...Continue Reading...

Diwali 2017- Interesting rituals and Lakshmi poojan vidhi

Deepawali 17th October 2017 to 22nd October 2017- Diwali 2017 dates Days in Diwali 2017 Dhantrayodashi- 17th October 2017 Narak Chaturdashi- 18th October 2017 Lakshmi Poojan- 19th October 2017 Balipratipada- 20th October 2017 Bhaiduj  (Yamadwitiya) - 21st October 2017 I have mentioned the step-by-step method for a proper Laxmi Pooja this year at your home and ...Continue Reading...

Diwali 2017 – Auspicious Mahurat, time for deepavali poojan and Shri Lakshmi Pooja on Kartik Amavasya

Diwali 2017 -Lakshmi Puja is on 19th October 2017 The word "Diwali"  originating from the Sanskrit word Dīpāvalī (दीपावली) can be translated to "Row of Lights". Hence the Diwali Festival is also called the "Festival of Lights". Diwali is the name for the festival in North-India. In South-India the festival is called "Deepavali". Lakshmi Puja, Diwali Puja auspicious Mahurat for 2017 I ...Continue Reading...

Kojagiri 2016 Sharad Poornima 2016 – Lakshmi Pooja for Kojagiri 2016

Sharad Poornima, popularly known as Kojagari Poornima, which is a harvest festival will be celebrated on October 15th 2016. Kojagiri 2016 is celebrated on full moon day of Hindu Lunar month of Ashwin. The brightness of the full moon signals the end of rainy season and also heralds the winter season. A traditional celebration of the moon is also called ‘Kaumudi’ meaning moonlight. The festival is ...Continue Reading...

Dhana Aakarshana Homa- Pooja on Kartik Amavasya or Diwali

The Laxmi Kubera- Dhanakarshana Laxmi Kubera pooja Are you a business man and are looking for a lucky break? Is your business and self entrepreneurship looking for new ideas and a fresh lease of life? Do you wish to increase the inflow of income Do you yearn for material comforts Are you looking for all the luxuries that are due to you? The Dhana Akarshana Laxmi Kubera Pooja. ...Continue Reading...