Lakshmi Ganesh Puja
For a new venture or business, it is important to seek blessing and wisdom from Gods and goddesses. Risk is an important factor of start-up businesses. If you want to evade that and get success from your business then seek the blessings of Lord Ganesh and Goddess Lakshmi . Prior to any venture, Ganesh Lakshmi Puja is mandatory to determine the success of the business. If you want to improve your existing business or want to start a new one, should perform this puja. Different ritual that comprises of this puja are mantra, jap and homam.
Chhath Puja is an important festival in northern India and is celebrated all throughout in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand and even in Nepal. It is the most important festival in this region. The celebrations are dedicated to Chhathi Maiya Goddess, the sister of the sun god or Surya Dev. She is a Goddess according to the Vedas and is considered to be the supreme power or the goddess of energy.
Fasting has a vital role in Hinduism. It is a time of self discipline when a person does not eat or drink water for a stipulated period of time. Fasting in Hinduism varies from occasion to occasion and so are the fasting rituals. Looking in a broader way, fasting has both spiritual and scientific significance and if observed properly it really helps people to utmost level. Fasting sometimes helps us in taking away of mind from physical things and helps in entering in a happiness environment. In other words it helps as a catalyst in increasing the power of prayer.
Nature gives us vital resources which are crucial for human and existence. Things like plants, flowers, water, air, animals etc play an important role in our lives and support our existence in direct or indirect manner. In Hinduism we consider almost everything sacred which is given by nature. Talking about trees and plants, we often grow and worship them in our home like Tulsi, Neem etc which also provide medicinal value for our daily lives.
The Blessings of Lord Venkateshwara
Lord Venkateswara is another incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is said that Lord Venkateswara has made his abode at seven hills to protect the mankind from the miseries of the Kalyug. As per the Hindu mythology, the creator dissolves his creation at the end of his night. The entire time span for which the creation exists is divided into four periods Satya, Treta, Dwapar and Kalyug. Of the four periods, Kalyug is the worst when all evil forces take controls. Luckily the total of the four periods spans 43.4 billion years. The Shesnag is the thorn and the his hood is the umbrella over Lord Venkateswara. At the far end of the Dwapar era, the Rishis were performing Yajna, but who will receive the fruits remain undecided. So, Bhrigu set out to find the best among the Trinities of Hindu gods. Bhrigu has one advantage; he had a third eye on his foot. Bhrigu visited the abodes of the Brahma and the Shiva and found them wanting. He then visited the Vishnu and found him in meditation and totally ignoring the sage. Enraged sage kicked Vishnu in the chest, Vishnu woke up and apologized to Bhrigu for hurting his foot and massaged his foot to squash the extra eye out. Laksmi took it as an insult and left Baikuntham and start meditating at Kolhapur. Vishnu set out to search Laksmi disguises as Srinivasa and reached the seven hills and start meditating. A cow and a calf given by Laksmi used to provide food and nourishment to Srinivasa. A Cowherd sees this stuck the cow with his baton, but the blow struck Srinivasa instead enraged Lord cursed the king for the cruel act of his subject. The king pleads mercy and Srinivasa said to condone his sin he will take his next birth as Akasaraja and must arrange the marriage of her daughter with Srinivasa. Accordingly Srinivasa married Padamavati daughter of Akasaraja and returned to Tirumala hills. Lakshmi hearing the news reached Tirumala to get an explanation from Srinivasa. Srinivasa seeing Laksmi and Padamavati turned himself to a stone statue. Lord Brahma and Shiva explained that it is lord’s desire to stand by his devotees and disciples to protect them throughout the Kalyug. Srinivasa is Lord Venkateswara, and Laksmi stays on the left and Padamavati at the right of his heart..
Annual Festival Of Pomp And Grandeur
Dussehra is one such Hindu festival, celebrated with great fervor and grandeur all over the country. The festival marks the victory of the good over the forces of the evil. But that is not all. The inherent connotation of the festival indicates the triumph of the positive forces over the negative forces as well as the prevailing of good senses over the evil ones. The nomenclature for this unique festivity derives reference from the Sanskrit term Dasha-hara, which signifies the ten-headed Ravana. By the lunisolar calendars of the Hindus, Dussehra is celebrated in the Hindu month of Aswin, on the tenth day. Moreover, the celebration of this festivity marks the end of a nine-day long war with the victory of the good over evil.
Kuber Puja gains wealth and evade different financial problems
According to Vedic Astrology, Laksmi Kubera Puja is responsible for gaining prosperity and wealth. The puja helps in fast recovery of debts, gratify deity of prosperity and wealth. Laxmi is the goddess of prosperity, wisdom, wealth, fertility, courage, generosity and represents charm, grace and beauty. As per Veda, it protects devotees from wealth-related sorrows and misery. You will find reference of Sri or Lakshmi in different Jain monuments and literature. The name Lakshmi is derived from Laks or laksa that means objective or aim. Thus, she is the goddess who helps in achieving objective and brings prosperity to the life of human beings..