Kubera is known as Goddess Mahalakshmi’s Minister. Through him, Devi Mahalakshmi disperses blessings to her worshippers and devotees. It is said that Kubera possesses Navanidhis which are supposed to be the world’s nine precious treasures. The Kubera Mantra also states that he is the treasurer of this world. An auspicious holy ritual is that of Laksmi Kubera Homa. An ideal time for performing this puja is during the festival of Diwali or Deepavali. Other days for conducting sacraments and ceremonies are Tuesdays and Fridays. Performing the homam bears various beneficial points. It provides relief against debts and showers you with considerable wealth.
Interesting mythological story
Kubera is known by the names of Kuber, Kuvera, and Dhanapati. He is considered to be the Lord of wealth and riches in Hindu pantheon. Kuber is also renowned as the King of Yakshas and Guardian of the North direction or Uttara disha. He is said to be Sage Vishrava’s son and is the elder brother of Raavan, Lord of Lanka. Kuber performed austerities for several thousand years, and this quality impressed Brahma. Observing his dedication, Brahma made Kuber the Lord of Wealth along with offering him the vehicle called Pushpaka. He later formed the Yaksha Kingdom in his capital Alaka.
Devi Lakshmi is known as the Goddess of prosperity, wealth, fortune, wisdom, courage and generosity. She is the embodiment of charm, beauty, and grace. Lakshmi is also known as Shri, and her name in Sanskrit means “to observe or perceive”. Her name is synonymous with Lakshya, which means objective or aim. Goddess Lakshmi is the consort of Lord Vishnu and is known as the protector of devotees against money-related issues and miseries.