Benefits of Mahalakshmi Homa/ Yagna
- Gives stability to financial status
- Acquires comforts and luxury
- Gives financial growth and ultimate happiness.
- Increases positivity, enhances skills to achieve success.
What will you get?
All Homas/Yagnas shall be performed by our expert Vedic Scholars in our Homa Centre at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India as per the rituals prescribed in the Vedas.
A special copper plate etched with the special Mantra of the deity worshipped which will be energized in the Homa/Yagna and the energies will be locked inside a silver amulet along with the Copper Plate. This silver amulet acts as a Sacred Sound Instilled Talisman which will give you a lifelong enhanced benefit thereby protecting you from all negative influences when worn around the neck or waist.
This Energized Copper Plate inside the Silver Amulet will be sent along with the Sacred Grey Ash Powder, Sandal Wood Powder and Kum-Kum (Red Vermillion Powder) from the Homa/Yagna blessed in the ritual. You can keep it in your meditation altar and apply it on the forehead regularly or as and when required to invoke the divine blessings of the deity. All Postal Charges included in the package cost.
All Homa/ Yagna will be broadcasted LIVE and the broadcasting link shall be sent prior to the commencement of the event.
Since it is shipped from Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India, for International deliveries kindly allow 2 to 4 weeks and for Domestic Deliveries kindly allow 1 to 2 weeks.
Om Shreem Maha Lakshmiyai Namah
Facts about Mahalakshmi
- Consort: Vishnu
- Food: Kheer
- Flowers: Lotus
- Vehicle: Elephant, Owl
- Festivals: Diwali, Lakshmi Pooja, Mahalaksmi Vrata, Navratri.
Goddess Lakshmi, consort of Lord Vishnu is often symbolized with four arms representing the four goals of life, Dharma (search of morality), Artha (search of wealth), Kama (search of love) and Moksha (search of liberation). She is mostly seated or stood over a lotus along with holding two lotuses in her arms symbolizing liberation and self-realization. She is mostly seen with two Elephants and an Owl where Elephants represents strength, abundance, courage, magnanimity and Owl symbolizing observation with patience during darkness of life. In some representation, wealth flows from her hand or a pot representing material and spiritual wealth.