As religious and festive might it seem to any child of this generation, Luxmi Puja is performed on Diwali Amavasya, the third day of the festival of lights, Diwali. Indians all over the world celebrate this festival; even if there are Indians from other religions they do celebrate the festival with the same zest and zeal.
Mahakal Chetan Tantrik Ji, a great Vedic Astrologer, who worships Luxmi Ji on a regular basis says, “Luxmi Ji is the most powerful divine goddess who distributes wealth to her devotees and that’s the way Luxmi Ji takes care of all those who have belief in her. “
Good effects of worshipping Luxmi Ji
Most rich and pious people have this faith in their hearts, that at the time of their monetary loss or if unfortunately, some failure in running businesses might occur, they would pay their obeisance to Lordess Luxmi Ji and everything would be restored back to normalcy.
Vedic hymns are being sung and cleanliness is being maintained at homes during the times of Luxmi Puja as Luxmi Ji visits only those places which are neat and clean. ‘Cleanliness is next to godliness’ as it is said.
Luxmi Ji’s aarti is sung by all her followers and it is expected that the only the very best would happen, if Luxmi Ji is being prayed to.