Diwali is a grandest festival of all. In Hinduism, Goddess Lakshmi is associated with wealth, prosperity and good fortune.

Goddess Lakshmi Pooja on Diwali
Goddess Lakshmi Pooja on Diwali


Welcome to the world of resolute readings at www.onindianpath.com. Today I am going to share the wonderful tips to attract wealth and blessings of goddess Lakshmi this Diwali.


Apparently Diwali is the festival of lights and goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are worshipped for wealth, good health and prosperous year.

Useful tips for Diwali

It is believed that Goddess Lakshmi brings wealth by following tips:

  • Always offer kheer (Indian delicacy made up of milk, rice, and dry fruits) along with mishri (crystallised sugar) on Diwali.
  • Shreefal or coconut is the favourite food item of goddess Lakshmi. Hence, always offer sweets made up of coconut on Diwali.
  • Further, make a swastik of Haldi on main doors. As per our ancient scriptures haldi (curcumin) is the purest spice included in our culture.
  • It is an age-old notion that when lots of black ants come to our home or they eat something in a group in a large group. Then it is a sign of arrival of Goddess Lakshmi at home.
  • Also offer water to the roots of peepal tree to delight maa Lakshmi.
  • According to the ancient text, lighting a diya in front of Tulsi plant makes goddess Lakshmi happy. Hence, it brings wealth and prosperity to the family.
  • And always place or install an image or idol of goddess Lakshmi in a sitting pose. As it brings stability into the home.
  • But, always Install an image or idol of goddess Lakshmi in a standing pose in office or workplace to bring wealth.
  • If possible try to install an image or idol of Maa Lakshmi with white owl in it. As per our older generations, owl of Maa Lakshmi keeps evils eye away.
  • Dakshiwarti Shankh (counch) is dear to maa Lakshmi. Always install on Diwali evening at temple or pujan place.
  • Lord Ganesha is vighan Harta So is his mouse. Moreover always bring idol of Lord Ganesha which is having mouse in it. Mouse eats away hurdles of our life.


At the end, I would like to conclude by saying that Goddess Lakshmi like to come to a clean, happy and quarrel free house. So enjoy this Diwali with these useful tips to attract more wealth and prosperity into the life.

Have a blessed day ahead. Let’s grow together.

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