Friday, August 20, 2010

Varalakshmi Pooja - 2010

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Vararalakshmi Vratam or VaraLaxmi Puja or Varmahalakshmi Vratham, is an important pooja observed in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and some places of Maharashtra and Orissa. Varlakshmi Vratham 2010 or Var Mahalaxmi puja 2010 date is August 20. VarLaxmi Vratam is observed on 2nd Friday during the Shravana masam. Because of any reasons, one who could not able to perform the Vratha on second Friday can observe the Var Laxmi Vrata on any Friday in Shravan maas. Whoever missed to perform the Varalakshmi vrata on August 20, can perform Varlaxmi Vrata on August 27 or September 3 in 2010.
A Lakshmi Homa is performed on Varalakshmi Vratham at Amma Sri Karunamayi's ashram in Andhra Pradesh
Significance and Importance of Varalakshmi Vratam – Vara Laxmi Vratha Mahatmya:
Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Worshipping Goddess Laxmi during Shravan month is highly auspicious because the whole month is dedicated to the divine couple, Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi. Friday is the most auspicious day for Laxmi Devi. Hence, worshipping Lakshmi Devi on Shravan Shukravar is highly meritorious.
Ashtalakshmi showers their blessings on Vara Laxmi Vratha performers:
As the eight forces of the world, known as Ashta Lakshmi – primeval force (Aadi Laxmi), wealth (Dhana Lakshmi), courage (Dhairya Laxmi or Veera Lakshmi), wisdom (Vidhya Laksmi), Children or family development (Santana Laxmi), success (Viajaya Lakshmi), food (Dhanya Laxmi) and strength (Gaja Lakshmi) are dedicated to Goddess Laksmi. Puranas described that observing Vara Laksmi Vratham would bless a woman with all eight energies for life.
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