Mahalakshmi Wrata Aarambha | महालक्ष्मी व्रतआरम्भ | 2077 Bhadra 9 | Hamro Patro

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Aug 25, 2020
Saptami
Mahalakshmi Wrata Aarambha
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Mahalakshmi Mahavrata commences today, simplicity and tenderness of the goddess of wealth and prosperity.





Today, Shukla Ashtami of Bhadrapad, i.e. for the next 16 days, Mahalakshmi's Vrata series is being celebrated. Welcome to this year's 16-day holy series of Mahalakshmi Vrat. In these 16 days, Goddess Mahalakshmi, the goddess of wealth and auspiciousness, is worshiped. Goddess Mahalakshmi appeared during the Samundra Manthan process from Ksheer Ocean (Ksheer Sagar), she is married to Lord Vishnu or Sri Hari. Every now and then metal coins fall from the palm of the hand of Goddess Lakshmi seated on the lotus flower. If you look at these images, the goddess of wealth is an idol of tender heart and an easy presence.

The gross world pursuing wealth needs to learn a lot from Mother Lakshmi's simplicity and tenderness. In these 16 days, the devotee who worships Goddess Lakshmi faithfully attains wealth and prosperity. The longevity of wealth and prosperity depends on human service and good deeds. Mother Lakshmi is largely pleased with human service and humanitarian work.

Milk, sandalwood, and dairy products are used to worship Goddess Lakshmi, holding a garland of lotus seeds and chanting Goddess Lakshmi's following mantra is super beneficial.

The following are the Sanskrit texts and simple Nepali meaning of Mahalakshmi Mantra only available in Hamro Patro, Nepal's most downloaded mobile application.

करिष्यकहं महालक्ष्मि व्रतमें त्वत्परायणा ।
तदविघ्नेन में यातु समप्तिं स्वत्प्रसादतस् ।।


That is to say, O Goddess, I will be faithful to this Mahavrat here and will be faithful to it.
Best wishes!

Suyog Dhakal



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