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Shri Lakshmi, the consort and dynamic energy of Lord Vishnu is worshipped by the Hindus as the Goddess of wealth, fortune, luxury and prosperity (both material and spiritual).
She is depicted in red clothes and adorned with gold jewelry. She has calm,soothing expressions and is always seen with a lotus in her hand which signify her as the symbol of Beauty. Her four hands represent the four goals of human life considered important to the Hindu way of life – Dharma (Righteousness and Duty) Kama (Worldly Desires), Artha (Wealth and Prosperity) and Moksha (Salvation). Her palms are always open and sometimes coins are seen pouring from them signifying that she is the giver of wealth and prosperity. She is shown sitting or standing on a lotus in a beautiful garden or in blue-ocean. Around her are either two or four white elephants giving Her ‘Abhishekam’ with the water. Her ‘Vahana’ i.e. mounts are white elephant and owl.
As the Hindu Goddess of Good Fortune and Beauty, she represents and is seen as the personification of abundance, prosperity, wealth and harmony who is, hence, believed to relieve all sorrows caused by dearth of money. She is actively worshipped daily by millions of Hindus and interfaith practitioners of Goddess spirituality around the globe since she is considered as a universal Goddess. Yet the festivals of Sharad Purnima(Kojagaari Purnima) and Deepvali (Diwali) are specially celebrated in her honour.
- Gaja Lakshmi Puja is an autumn festival celebrated on Sharad Purnima in many parts of India on the full-moon day in the month of Ashvin (September–October). The Sharad Purnima, also called Kojaagari Purnima or Kumar Purnima, is a harvest festival marking the end of monsoon season. Along with the traditional celebration of the moon called the ‘Kaumudi celebration’ (Kaumudi meaning moonlight), on Kojagaari Purnima night, Goddess Lakshmi is thanked and worshiped for the harvests.
- Many Hindus also worship Lakshmi on Diwali, the festival of lights. It is another festival celebrated in autumn, typically in October or November of every year. Before Diwali night, people clean, renovate and decorate their homes and offices. On Diwali night, Hindus dress up in new clothes or their best outfits, light up diyas (lamps and candles) inside and outside their house, and participate in family puja (prayers) celebrating this Goddess of Fortune as they invite Her into their homes, attempting to secure her favors for the year to come. Fireworks, a family feast including mithai (sweets) and an exchange of gifts between family members and close friends follow which signify auspiciousness, wealth, and prosperity. This festival dedicated to Shri Lakshmi is considered by to be one of the most important and joyous festivals of the year by the Hindus.
As we can see, Lakshmi is a Goddess who brings all good things to light and to life! To evoke Her energy of good fortune, countless hymns, prayers, shlokas, stotra, and mantras are dedicated and recited during the ritual worship of Lakshmi.
Lakshmi Mantra is a prayer not only to gain financial prosperity but also to give us the intelligence to enlighten our minds with understanding. There are many types of Lakshmi Mantras each of which creates its own vibrations.
Rosary to be used: Kamalgata mala and Sphatik mala.
Flowers to be used: Rose and Lotus flower.
Total number of recitations: 1,25,000 times.
Best time: Suklapanchh, purnimatithi, Chandravalli, Subhnachhtra.
Collection of Lakshmi Mantras
Lakshmi Mantra – 1
This Laksmi Mantra is to be recited 1.25 lacs times within 72 days and do Havan after this. During this recitation worship goddess Laksmi with Shodashopachar vidhi.
ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं त्रिभुवन महालक्ष्म्यै अस्मांक दारिद्र्य नाशय प्रचुर धन देहि देहि क्लीं ह्रीं श्रीं ॐ ।
Om Shring Hring Kling Tribhuvan Mahalakshmyai Asmaakam Daaridray Naashay Prachur Dhan Dehi Dehi Kling Hring Shring Om |
Lakshmi Mantra – 2
This Lakshmi Mantra is to be recited 21×108 times (21 mala of lakshmi Mantra) on the day of Diwali.
ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं ऐं सौं ॐ ह्रीं क ए ई ल ह्रीं ह स क ह ल ह्रीं सकल ह्रीं सौं ऐं क्लीं ह्रीं श्री ॐ।
Om Shring Hring Kling Aing Saung Om Hring Ka A Ee La Hring Ha Sa Ka Ha La Hring Sakal Hring Saung Aing Kling Hring Shring Om |
Lakshmi Mantra – 3
Chant this Lakshmi Mantra daily before going to your office.
ॐ ह्री श्रीं क्रीं श्रीं क्रीं क्लीं श्रीं महालक्ष्मी मम गृहे धनं पूरय पूरय चिंतायै दूरय दूरय स्वाहा ।
Om Hring Shring Kreeng Shring Kreeng Kling Shring Mahaalakshmi Mam Grihe Dhanam Pooray Pooray Chintaayai Dooray Dooray Swaha |
Mahalakshmi Mantra is recited for getting the blessings from goddess Mahalakshmi for the gain of wealth and prosperity.
ॐ सर्वाबाधा विनिर्मुक्तो, धन धान्यः सुतान्वितः। मनुष्यो मत्प्रसादेन भविष्यति न संशयः ॐ ।।
Om Sarvabaadhaa Vinirmukto, Dhan Dhaanyah Sutaanvitah | Manushyo Matprasaaden Bhavishyati Na Sanshayah Om ||
Meaning : Ode to the Goddess to eradicate all evil forces and bestow upon all a prosperous and a better future.
Benefit : Mahalakshmi Mantra is recited for getting the blessings from Goddess Mahalakshmi for the gain of wealth and well being.
Lakshmi Gayatri Mantra
By reciting Lakshmi(Laxmi) Gayatri Mantra one can get prosperity and success.
ॐ श्री महालक्ष्म्यै च विद्महे विष्णु पत्न्यै च धीमहि तन्नो लक्ष्मी प्रचोदयात् ॐ ।।
Om Shree Mahalakshmyai Cha Vidraahe Vishnu Patrayai Cha Dheemahi Tanno Lakshmi Prachodayat Om ||
Meaning : “Let me meditate on the greatest Goddess, Who is the wife of Lord Vishnu, Give me higher intellect, And let Goddess give me abundance and prosperity.”
Benefit : By reciting Lakshmi Gayatri Mantra one can get prosperity and success in every walk of life.
Lakshmi Beej Mantra
।।ॐ श्रीं श्रियें नमः ।।
|| Om Shring Shriye Namah ||
About Lakshmi Beej Mantra : Lakshmi Beej Mantra is considered as origin of all powers of Goddess Lakshmi. The Beej Mantra of Goddess Lakshmi is only श्रीं (Shreem), which is combined with other words to form various Mantras.
Benefit : The intense vibratory energy produced by repetitive chanting of these powerful Lakshmi Mantras produce an energy field which attracts abundance and fortune.
Shri Dakshina Lakshmi Stotram
“Trilokya Poojithe Dhevee Kamala Vishnu vallabhe
Yaya Thawam Achalaa Krishne Thathaa-bhava Mayee Sthiraa
Kamala Chanchala Lakshmi Chalaa Bhoothir Hari Priya
Padma Padmalayaa Samyak Uchai Shri Padma-dharini
Dwada-saithani Naamani Lakshmi Sampoojya Ya Padeth
Sthiraa Lakshmir Bhaved Thasya Puthra-dhara Abhi-saha
Ithi Shri Dakshina Lakshmi Stotram Sampoornam”
‘Oh Goddess you are the one who is worshiped in all the three worlds, Oh Kamala, Oh Consort of Lord Vishnu, Oh Consort of Krishna, If only you are stable, And abide by me forever. Oh Kamala, Oh unstable one, Oh Lakshmi, Oh Goddess who moves everything, Oh Goddess of prosperity, Oh Darling of Hari, Oh Padma, Oh goddess who lives in lotus, Oh Goddess who is pleasant, Oh Goddess who is exalted, Oh Goddess of wealth, Oh Goddess who holds a lotus. If these twelve names of Lakshmi are read and worshipped, Lakshmi would be stable and he (who chants) would be with wife and son. Thus ends the Dakshina Lakshmi Stotram.’
Jyesth Lakshmi Mantra
ॐ ऐं ह्रीं श्रीं ज्येष्ठ लक्ष्मी स्वयम्भुवे ह्रीं ज्येष्ठायै नमः ।।
Om Aing Hring Shring Jyesth Lakshmi Swayambhuve Hring Jyesthayai Namah ||
ॐ ह्रीं क्लीन महालक्ष्म्यै नमः ।।
Om Hring kling MahaLakshmyai Namah ||
Shree Lakshmi Nrisingh Mantra
।। ॐ ह्रीं क्ष्रौं श्रीं लक्ष्मी नृसिंहाय नमः ।।
।। ॐ क्लीन क्ष्रौं श्रीं लक्ष्मी देव्यै नमः ।।
|| Om Hring Kshraung Shring Lakshmi Nrisinghay Namah ||
|| Om Kling Kshraung Shring Lakshmi Devyai Namah ||
Ekadashakshar Sidhda Lakshmi Mantra
।। ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं श्रीं सिध्द लक्ष्म्यै नमः ।।
|| Om Shring Hring Kling Shring Sidhda Lakshmyai Namah ||
Dwadashakshar MahaLakshmi Mantra
।। ॐ ऐं ह्रीं श्रीं क्लीं सौ: जगात्प्रसुत्यै नमः ।।
|| Om Aing Hring Shring Kling Sauh Jagatprasutyai Namah ||
There are more stotrams and Lakshmi mantras sung to please the Goddess of prosperity and they include
Lakshmi Ashtottara Shatanamavali : This mantra comprises of the 108 names of Goddess Lakshmi and it is advised for everyone looking for positivity and to gain high and pure happiness.
Benefit : Chanting this mantra will bring youth, beauty, happiness and riches to one, which will make a great difference in life.
Lakshmi Sahasranama Stotram : This stotra is from the Skanda Purana where it is being documented as being taught by Sage ‘Sanath Kumara’ to a set of 12 sages. Here, it also states that Goddess Lakshmi states that even if this stotra is chanted without belief, she would stay for ever in their clan.
Another Maha Lakshmi Sahasranamam occurs in Brahma Purana in the chapter of description of Kashmir in the chapter on Hiranya Garbha Hrudaya.
Benefit : This is one of the strongest invocations of Shri Lakshmi which is wonderful to listen and to absorb in. Reading of this strotram makes the Goddess stay in favour of the individual.
Sri Sthuthi : Sri Sthuthi of Swamy Desikan has 25 beautiful and powerful slokams that on recitation confers Sarva MangaLams (Ishta Kaamya Siddhi) to the reciter.
Benefit : This is a prayer to Sri Devi for the conferral of many kinds of auspiciousness and wealth.
The word ‘Lakshmi’ is derived from the root word ‘laksha’ which means ‘goal’ or ‘objective’. To take a ‘laksha’ means to ‘take an aim’. The Lakshmi Mantras are recited to know your goal and as a means to fructify that goal.
Thus, one bows to Maa Lakshmi who is known to grant favors to all, to terrorize the evil and remove the misery of all. The divine Goddess is the provider of success and intelligence and the benefactor of both worldly pleasure and freedom. She is the JagaathMata (Ultimate Mother) who is without beginning and without end and resides in the hearts of devotees as the Auspicious Goddess of generosity and wealth.
According to Hindu Mythology, chanting of Lakshmi Mantra regularly is the most powerful way to please Goddess Lakshmi. This is because all the Mantras mentioned and many more are just the paths which lead an individual to the feet of the Mother and help dispel the different sorrows of life by getting her blessings.
To get best result, one should chant the Lakshmi Mantra sitting in front of a Laxmi idol or picture early in the morning after taking a bath and freshening the mind from all engaging thoughts.
Regular chanting gives peace of mind and keeps away all the evils from one’s life, making him/her healthy, wealthy and prosperous.