What is Lakshmi Homam?
Lakshmi Homam or Sri Mahalakshmi Homam is a fire ritual performed to please Goddess Lakshmi. Goddess Lakshmi has been worshipped for centuries in the Indian custom seeking wealth, prosperity, growth and peace. Fridays are considered auspicious for performing Lakshmi Homam, though other days can be chosen as well. Check with your pandit.
More About Goddess Lakshmi
There may not be any Hindu household that does not have a photo or an idol of Goddess Lakshmi. She is worshipped by all as the giver of wealth and all materialistic comforts in life. Many business communities perform elaborate Lakshmi pooja on Deepavali day since they start their new year on that day. The purpose is to seek the Goddess’ blessings for more business and more profits the next year. Goddess Lakshmi is usually seen standing or sitting on a lotus flower.
Why Should You Perform Lakshmi Homam?
If you want to advance in life and earn more and live a more comfortable life, you should perform Lakshmi Homam regularly. It can be once a year or more frequently if you desire. By performing Lakshmi Homam, you can lift your sagging spirits and go forth with a lot of positive energy.
What are the Benefits of Lakshmi Homam?
By performing Lakshmi Homam, you can enjoy better wealth and more peaceful life. When you pronounce the mantras after the pandit and make your offerings to the fire, you will find some extra inner energy being generated. This energy will see you working harder and with more focus, ensuring that you succeed in all your endeavors.
Perform this homa to gain more wealth
Gain 16 kind of wealth –
- Age (Long Live)
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1. Turmeric Vinayaka pooja
2. Kalasa establishment
4. Punyahavachanam - purification of all the things used in the Homa by mantra prayogas.
5. Kalasa Pooja
6. Veda mantra paryyanam
7. Moola mantra japam
8. Agni karyam – Fire Establishment
9. Homa performed by chanting Moola mantra, Sri suktham , Gayatri mantra on the diety with the prescribed count as per the agama Shastra.
10. Purna Ahuthi, samyojanam to the kalasa, dhoopa dheepam and upcharam.
11. Distribution of prasadha.