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The very name Maha Lakshmi signifies wealth, prosperity and material pleasures. A ritual in her name brings all these assets into our homes and uplifts life to a great extent. Vaibhava Lakshmi is one of the manifestations of the goddess who has eight aspects to her credit each denoting a particular type of wealth. A yagna in Her name is equivalent to invoking the blessings of all eight aspects.
These eight facets are Adilaksmi (first goddess), Dhanyalakshmi (foodgrains), Dhairyalakshmi (for courage), Gajalakshmi (seen with elephants that are symbols of supreme wealth), Santanalakshmi (for progeny), Vijayalakshmi (success or victory), Vidyalakshmi (knowledge), Dhanalakshmi (monetary gains).
VAIBHAV LAKSHMI VRATHAM (OBSERVANCE)
For those of you who are planning to take part in the Vedicfolks yagna, it is highly recommended to observe vrath which is very popular among devotees. This should be observed with great devotion, austerity and discipline in order to achieve maximum benefits. It’s common to see many women observe this vratham for 11, 21 or 51 Fridays to reign in happiness, wealth and prosperity into their homes. It is a miracle healer for many and gratifies and fulfils many desires. Also, Friday is the day of Venus (shukra) and is considered divine and stands for all material comforts and desires. The vow removes obstacles in relation to illness, career matters, delayed marriages, business, and problems with children. The vratham invokes the goddess and seeks her blessings for fulfilling the wishes of devotees. One abstains from food the whole day while observing the fast. However, weaklings are allowed to have fruits and milk.
VAIBHAVA LAKSHMI PUJA GRANTS MORE AND MORE
Vaibhava Lakshmi puja grants the devotee more than he/she asks for and it never gives room to want more because the person is easily satisfied with everything in life. One starts the day early by cleansing and cleaning the puja area by drawing intrinsic patterns or rangoli in the front yard and also in front of idols or pictures of Lord Ganapathy and Goddess Lakshmi. The Sri Yantra and kalasam are placed and worshipped. The kalasam is a metallic pot filled with water in which vermillion and turmeric powders are mixed and coins are dropped inside. The pot is covered with coconut or a plate of coins. A small make-believe idol of Lord Ganesha is made of wet turmeric and honoured first. All these items are decorated with vermillion, sandal paste and flowers. Offerings in the form of sweet puddings made of rice are served and devotees observe the day by reciting mantras, bhajans and stories that glorify the goddess. Finally, an aarti (the process of circulating a plate with ghee lamp along with recitation of bhajans) is performed to appease the goddess. After the ritual, the water in the kalasam pots can be used to water plants and the rice can be cooked and eaten. This procedure is repeated the following Friday and goes on for 11, 21 or 51 such days.
The Vaibhava Lakshmi homam bestows its worshipper with all types of wealth on par with the eight aspects of Goddess Mahalakshmi. One gets all comforts like wealth, education, courage, surplus food, gift of progeny etc. The yagna brings success to all hard working and committed people who worship sincerely. In the hymns of Rig Veda, Sree Suktam is a hymn devoted to the goddess. During the festival of Diwali, She is widely honoured and venerated.