Sampoorna Diwali Puja
There are about 33 crores of God and goddesses in the world and all of them are worshiped. Therefore, we celebrate different festivals in different months. Diwali is one of those festivals and is a special festival celebrated in every province, state and abroad. “Diwali” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Deepawali” which literally means “series of giving”. Deepawali means the festival of lamps. It is a festival of five days which starts from Dhanteras and is celebrated till brother duo.
To add to the festival of Diwali, fairs are held throughout India. Diwali is celebrated not only in India but also in many other countries. More and more Indians are migrating to other countries. And Diwali is being celebrated as a major festival across the globe in the form of Sampoorna Diwali Puja.
The ancient Story of Diwali
The story behind the festival of Deepawali is fairly simple and is based on an ancient story of Rama and Ravana due to which this festival exists. For Hindus, Diwali celebrates the return of King Rama and his wife Sita to his kingdom on the last night of their 14-year exile. And to help them find their way in the dark, their people lit small lamps to illuminate the path. The history of this amazing festival is mainly to celebrate the comeback of Ram, Sita, and Laxman from the exile. Hence the name Diwali is a shortened version of the Sanskrit word Deepawali meaning ‘Row of lights’. Hindus also believe that the lamps will help the goddess Lakshmi find her way into their homes because Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth.
About Sampoorna Diwali puja
The festival of Diwali is not just about the worship of Goddess Lakshmi, sharing sweets, firecrackers and gifts. The traditional modern way of celebrating Diwali includes decorating your homes and offices with innovative crafts and offering Diwali puja.
Day 1: On this day we worship Maa Lakshmi, Lord Vishnu, Lord Kuber, and Lord Ganesha Puja. These 4 deities are prayed for mainly to invoke the blessings and bring loads of fortune from the respective Gods/Goddesses.
Day 2: On this day we perform the Puja for the complete family of Lord Ram as to increase the bond between the family members. This Pooja also brings blessings to attain a high-level position in all spheres of life.
Day 3: On this day we worship the Lord Shiva Parivar Puja which brings health and prosperity in the life of married people and their family.
Benefits of doing Sampoorna Diwali Puja
On Laxmi Puja during Diwali, people worship Goddess Laxmi who is considered the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Govardhan Puja is the worship of Lord Krishna who is celebrated as the day on which Lord Krishna gained victory over Lord Indra. In Gujarat, this day is also celebrated as the New Year and the first day of the new Vikram Samavat.
If presently you are experiencing financial constraint or even if future financial prospects look uncertain then Sampoorna Diwali Puja is sure to help your cause. In due course of time, your position on the financial front can become strong with the help of this puja. The financial constraint will not trouble you anymore. A sense of financial abundance would be there which would help you gain luxuries and enjoy comforts. You are able to buy property suitable to reside therein peacefully. After gaining financial strength you would be able to enhance your respect in the social circle. One can have enough money to travel around the world and enjoy the pleasures of life. Therefore, With this Diwali puja, the goddess Maha Lakshmi and Ganesha will keep blessing you.
The prime puja thali and its accessories
Diwali Puja Thali needs to be decorated and is one such beautiful idea. It adds a sense of spiritualism to the festival of Diwali. Diwali has many religious accounts included in its celebrations. The lights and diyas are lit to signify the driving away of darkness and ignorance, as well as the awakening of the light within ourselves. Diwali is a time for family gatherings, celebrations, food, exchange of gifts and Puja. The goddess Laxmi mainly plays a major role in this festival, as do Ram and Sita. This autumn festival is celebrated for five continuous days in which each one has its own significance.
The accessories required for worship on Sampoorna Diwali Puja includes the following items such as Roli for tilak, Akshat (the rice grains), a small Kalash filled with water, Ghanti (bell), Mauli to tie around the wrist or Kalava, Aarti-diya, agarbatti, camphor, dhoop, coconut, betel, sandalwood paste, betel leaves, candles, flowers, sweetmeats and seasonal fruits as Prasad and silver or gold coins having image of Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha, Om, Swastika.
The amazing festival of Diwali signifies unity in diversity. It unites even those who haven’t met for a number of years and fill the heart of everyone with affection, kindness, and love. The puja of ‘Laxmi’ (Goddess of Wealth) is included in Sampoorna Diwali Puja. It should be done in almost every house so that one can get all the blessings from the sacred goddess. It is believed that if you are blessed by the “Laxmi”, then you are going to have large access to money. The colorful Rangolis at the front of the house is made by the female members of the family to give a nice welcome to all those who enter your house. Although Every Indian eagerly looks forward to celebrating this festival with the family and AskGanesha helps you do the same.A complete worship ritual for wealth and prosperity - Diwali by Astrologer Amit