Lakshmi Puja 2021 will be observed on Thursday, November 4, 2021. Lakshmi Puja is one of the biggest festivals for the Hindu. This day is considered as a day to worship Goddess Lakshmi which is a goddess of wealth and prosperity. Lakshmi Puja is an auspicious shubh Muhurat among these three and a half Shubh Muhurat.
Lakshmi Puja 2021 Shubh Muhurat date and time
- Lakshmi Puja 2021 date – Thursday, November 4, 2021
- Lakshmi Puja Muhurat – 06:09 PM to 08:04 PM
- Pradosh Kaal – 05:34 PM to 08:10 PM
- Vrishabha Kaal – 06:09 PM to 08:04 PM
- Amavasya Tithi Begins – 06:03 AM on Nov 04, 2021
- Amavasya Tithi Ends – 02:44 AM on Nov 05, 2021
Lakshmi Puja 2021 Puja Vidhi and Samagri
Lakshmi Puja is mostly celebrated across India and is very important for Bengalis who call it as a ‘Lakhi puja’. In some part of the country, people observe for the whole day and performs puja on the muhurat or after the sunset. People decorate their whole house and balconies with flowers, garlands and other decorative items. They also make Rangolies on the same day. They also make sweets and distribute it among their neighbours, friends and among relatives.
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All these preparations are done to welcome the Goddess with an open heart and love at home. Bring new idols of the Goddess Lakshmi and Ganesha at home. People offer flowers, new silken clothes, garlands to the idol while praying and performing the puja. Also, keep and offer delicious sweets and other delicacies.
Mantrocharan and Aarti will be performed along with ‘Beshankh dhwani’. After aarti puja is completed and prasad is distributed to everyone.
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Significance Of Lakshmi Puja:
Goddess Lakshmi is considered as the protector of wealth, money and also assumed that she brings prosperity to the home. Praying her and inviting her to our house or workplace brings more prosperity to the house or business.
Lakshmi puja is part of the long Diwali festival which is the festival of lights that signifies the victory of good over evil. It is a celebration of prosperity in which people meet and share their joy with others and gifts to their loved ones. It brings more positive energy among people and house.