A mantra is a holy Sanskrit phrase that has the potential to deliver blessings from the gods when it is chanted. Diwali mantras tend to focus on the Hindu goddess Lakshmi, and on this page you will discover three powerful Lakshmi Kubera mantras you can chant to request the goddess to bless you with wealth.
Mantras often being with 'Om', a word that relates to the four states of consciousness – awake, dreaming, deep sleep and transcendence.
For Hindus, Dhanteras, the first day of the Diwali holiday, is devoted to the worship of Maa Lakshmi, the primary deity of Diwali, and Lord Kubera, the banker God.
On Dhanteras or the other two days of the Festival of Lights, Narak Chaturdashi and Diwali, it is crucial to chant these Lakshmi Kuber mantras to help you attract happiness and prosperity. Each mantra has a unique purpose and outcome.
Om Shree Mahalakshmyai Cha Vidmahe
Vishnu Patnyai Cha Dheemahi Tanno
Lakshmi Prachodayat Om
What this mantra means: I greet Maa Mahalakshmi and bow my head in honor of Lord Vishnu's wife. I ask for her blessings to bring me my heart's desire.
This mantra is said to deliver fast results; if you receive the blessing you seek, you should carry on chanting this mantra.
Om shrim hrim kleem eng saung Om
Hrim ka ee ii la hrim ha sa ka la hrim
Sakal hrim saung eng klim hrim sri Om
What this mantra means: It is a Lakshmi Beeja mantra and as you chant, you should repeat the name of the goddess whose blessings you are requesting.
In the case of MahaLakshmi or Maa Durga, include the names of 10 forms of Maa Durga / Lakshmi / Saraswati / Kaali. Keep your attention entirely on the deities as you chant.
In shrim krim om kuber lakshmi kamla
Devnayae dhan karshinyae swahal
What this mantra means: You address Lakshmi and Kubera in your prayer and ask them to make you wealthy and prosperous.
This is a Beeja Mantra and may help you achieve your goals quickly. It is important to repeat it every day and not to make any mistakes as you chant.
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