Diwali Puja

Diwali: Lights Up Positivity, Fearless Power, Bless Heavenly Vibrations, Removes Fear of Untimely Death

Legacy About Diwali

  • Once a Demon King Narakasura have received a boon from Lord Brahma that only his mother have the powers to kill him. Narakasura’s mother is said to be Goddess Bhudevi Mother of Earth and the father is Lord Varaha another form of Lord Vishnu. In his early life Narakasura was called as Naraka and was pious. But his evil company with Demon Banasura made him to follow his footsteps turning him into misdoings and have earned a title to his name as Narakasura.
  • He misused his powers brought all the kingdoms on earth under his domineering control. His Asura attitude turned his eyes to Heaven where even Lord Indra was overpowered and had to flee from the heaven.
  • All the Demigods, Devas and Sages led by Lord Indra took shelter under Lord Vishnu and asked him to relieve all from the clutches of the evil Demon Narakasura.
  • Lord Vishnu with his divine blessings have assured them that he will bring an end to the demon very soon. He then took the form as Lord Krishna who left to Pragjyotisha the place where the demon lived with his wife and defeated demon king Narakasura.
  • This day is celebrated as Diwali. But before his death Narakasura took a boon from his mother Satyabhama that this day would be celebrated with Colorful lights, joy everywhere, wanting to bring back pleasant days back like heaven.

The Joy And Happiness of the Festival Of Lights, Diwali

  • Diwali, the most awaited festival, is synonymous with brightness and optimism. From a toddler to an octogenarian or more, the festival symbolises hope and enthusiasm.
  • Diwali Lights Up Your Life By Removing Gloom

The celebration itself takes place due to many reasons.

  • Predominantly in the southern parts of India, the festival commemorates the victory of Lord Krishna in the battle against the asura king Narakasura.
  • Diwali also glorifies the return of Lord Rama from his exile of 14 years after defeating Ravana.
  • People celebrated the day by lighting of lamps on their verandas in a row and this exactly means Deepavali or a row of lights.
  • According to another version, the day is celebrated to mark the return of the Pandavas to their homeland after 13 years.
  • It also signifies the emergence of Goddess Lakshmi from the sea at the time of churning of the milky ocean and the birth of Goddess Kali to destroy evil from the world.
  • Diwali Attracts Wealth And Prosperity

  • The Sikhs celebrate the day as the day when their Spiritual Guru, Hargobind achieved freedom from captivity of Mughals. For the Jains, their Lord, Mahavira attained enlightenment on this day. The business fraternity consider this festival as the start of a new business year.
  • Everything about Diwali is so exhilarating. Be it the puja to deities, bursting of fireworks, the gourmet food or the sweets’ spread, it’s quite an experience. No wonder it’s a festival of grandeur and enthusiasm.
  • The Lakshmi puja on Diwali is so auspicious when the beautiful goddess is invoked with special pujas and arthis in to the household.
  • It is said that by doing so one beckons auspiciousness and prosperity. The festival therefore, is a wealth attracting fete for the people.

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The Five-Day Significance Of Diwali

  • In northern regions of India, Diwali is a five-day festival. The first day is called Dhanteras or Dhantryodashi and marks the appearance of Lord Dhanvantri from the ocean with a pot of nectar of immortality in his hand. Goddess Lakshmi emerged from the ocean on this day. Therefore people carry out financial dealings with the goddess’ blessings.
  • The second day is the day when Lord Krishna destroyed the demon Narakasura also called as Narak Chaturdashi.
  • The third day is Diwali a day to decorate homes with earthen lamps to mark the return of Lord Rama after 14-year long exile.
  • The fourth day marks the kind and benevolent gesture of Lord Krishna who saved the people from a catastrophic rain by lifting the mountain Govardhan in Mathura.

Benefits of Performing Lakshmi Kubera Homam on Diwali Festival

  • Wealth Multiplication, Bless Peace and Harmony, Remove Hurdles, Ignorance
  • Bless with Beauty, Acquire Divine Qualities, Bless Happiness, Prosperity
  • Turn Depression to Prosperous Life, Remove Karmic Effects and Dosha’s
  • Removes Obstacles and Troubles, Offers Good Health, Great Care & Safety
  • Attain Success in Business, Accumulate Wealth Gains, Improve Personal Gains
  • Bless Good Luck, Happy Family, Removes Poverty, Sins, Enemies, Curses in Life
  • Empower Knowledge and Enlightenment, Remove Conflicts and Friction