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Laxmi Puja Samagri
Laxmi puja was performed as a symbol of lord Ram’s victory over Raavan in the fierce battle between lord Rama and Raavan in Lanka. The return of lord Ram to Ayodhyamp was celebrated with great pomp and show. Shree Ram was coronated and Laxmi puja was performed by the people of Ayodhya. Lakshmi pooja is also commonly referred to as Diwali puja which is conducted in honor of Maa Sita (lord Rams missus)
According to the legend, Goddess Laxmi came in the form of Maa Sita and by performing Laxmi puja Goddess Laxmi is pleased and she bestows her devotees with blessings and wealth. Houses are adorned and cleaned during Diwali with the intensions that goddess Laxmi would bring in joy, prosperity and ensures that her worshippers live in peace and a state of well-being. A magnificent light of knowledge is said to unfold on this day. This self-enlightenment is asserted through the gleaming lamps that illuminate the abode of the worshippers. Karthik Krishna Amavasya is considered to be the most auspicious day to perform Laxmi puja. The list of Laxmi Puja samagri provided by us has been carefully put together by our highly competent Pandit.