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LAXMI PUJA

Product code - PVOP113

Silver and Gold coins, Ten Betel Nuts (Supari), Uncooked Rice, Five Paan or Mango leaves, A Coconut, Water in a small pot (a "Lota"), Red vermillon ("Kumkum") for applying the tilak, Oil Lamps ("Diyas"), Holi-type colored powders, Indian sweets (Mithai), Camphor, Incense sticks (Agarbatti), Dry fruits (almonds, cashews...

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Silver and Gold coins, Ten Betel Nuts (Supari), Uncooked Rice, Five Paan or Mango leaves, A Coconut, Water in a small pot (a "Lota"), Red vermillon ("Kumkum") for applying the tilak, Oil Lamps ("Diyas"), Holi-type colored powders, Indian sweets (Mithai), Camphor, Incense sticks (Agarbatti), Dry fruits (almonds, cashews), A Thali Rose or other flower petals, Raksha Sutra* A new notebook, Panchamrita, A piece of red cloth for putting the puja items, Ghee to light the lamps, Rose water, Water,

Silver and Gold coins, Ten Betel Nuts (Supari), Uncooked Rice, Five Paan or Mango leaves, A Coconut, Water in a small pot (a "Lota"), Red vermillon ("Kumkum") for applying the tilak, Oil Lamps ("Diyas"), Holi-type colored powders, Indian sweets (Mithai), Camphor, Incense sticks (Agarbatti), Dry fruits (almonds, cashews), A Thali Rose or other flower petals, Raksha Sutra* A new notebook, Panchamrita, A piece of red cloth for putting the puja items, Ghee to light the lamps, Rose water, Water,

Lakshmi Puja, or the worship of the goddess of wealth, is the main event of Diwali in North and West India. It is popularly believed that Lakshmi likes cleanliness and will visit the cleanest house first. Hence, the broom is worshiped with offerings of haldi (turmeric) and sindoor (vermilion) on this day. Lamps are lit in the evening to welcome the goddess as they are believed to light up her path. On this day, a supported light of knowledge is said to dawn upon humanity. This self-enlightenment is expressed through the twinkling lamps that illuminate the abode of the worshippers. It is believed that on this day, the goddess walks through the green fields and loiters through the by-lanes and showers her blessings on mankind for glory and prosperity.

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