The Vyapaar Vriddhi Yantra is considered as a good luck, for success in work, business, any new endeavors and enhances wealth and prosperity. When you notice the twin word- “Shubh(auspicious)” and “Labh(Profit/earnings)“, on any yantra, these are the key words for Goddess Lakshmi/Laxmi. Once combined with with the Ganesh Mantra, it is also called as the Lakshmi Maha Yantra. Combined Pooja of Lakshmi and Ganesh is performed to attain prosperity
By reciting the Ganesha mantra- one attains Siddhi and Lakshmiji blesses one with “Sthir“- static- permanent wealth in your cash box an almirah or cupboard.
This particular Shubh Labh Yantra is energized- powered with eh ever powerful beeja mantra of “Shreem” by reciting it 1008 times and the homa and havan- puja with pious fire is performed with the twigs of the Bilva/Bael/Bel tree- and the Mantra is recited 108 times.
The combined pooja of Laxmi and Ganesh gives success in all ventures and ensures constant wealth and prosperity round the year. The Sadhak or Yajman(the one who is getting the puja done) offers Bilva/Bael/Bel leaves, honey, milk, wet coconut broken into two pieces, and recites the Beeja Mantra 1008 times. Place the yantra on a Wooden stool covered with Red cloth and offer pink lotuses to the Goddess.
“Aum Shreem Gan Somayaa ganapataye Var Vard Srvajanma Me Vashmanaya Swaha“
Significance of Sri Lakshmiji:
Sri Lakshmiji/Laxmiji represents ten qualities and objects, namely, food, royal power, universal sovereignty, knowledge, power, holy luster, kingdom, fortune, bounteousness, and beauty.
Sri is indicative of several positive attributes including beauty, glory, power, capability, and higher rank. In later Vedic literature, Sri signified the ruling power and the majesty of kings. Sri-Sukta, a hymn appended to the Rig Veda, is a famous Vedic chant, extolling Sri, and presents a detailed account of her, both conceptually and visually. The hymn also associates her with lotus and elephant.
She is worshipped on Diwali, a new moon night, to symbolize that her presence is enough to dispel all the darkness from the hearts of her devotees.
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