In the festival of Diwali, people worship many idols or statues of the Deities. However, the most important Gods statues to worship on Diwali Festival are Laxmi Ganesh Murti, Parad Shivling and Lord Kubera. Laxmi Ganesha puja is the most important ritual in Diwali festival. According to Hindus people belief, people do Laxmiji and Ganesha puja after sunset in Diwali. In the festival of light, people of India worships idols of Deities with Puja-Thali, sweets, diyas or Diwali candles, flowers, dry-fruits, silver coins and decorates their houses with Diwali decorative items.
Deepawali mainly symbolises the victory of good over evil. The main festival day falls on the new-moon day (amavashya) of the dark half of Kartik, according to the Hindu tradition. During 5 days festivity various rituals are followed and with Maa Lakshmi Idols several other Gods like Lord Kubera, Maa Kali, Parad Shivling, Ganeshji are worshipped. However Goddess Lakshmi is the most important deity during Diwali Puja. Lord Kuber is the lord of wealth and prosperity according to Hindu mythology. Kuber is worshipped for unexpected gain of money through lotteries and business.
People worship Goddess Lakshmi Idol on many occasions but worshipping the Goddess of wealth on this auspicious festival has a special significance. Businessmen worship Maa Laxmi and makes new account books. However, it is customary to offer prayers to Lord Ganpati Statue first. Prayers are offered to Goddess Laxmi with pure heart and fervour. During the Ganesh pooja, the statue of goddess Lakshmi is also placed on the left and the elephant headed God is kept on the right.
Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, abundance, fortune and prosperity and also personifies beauty, fertility, grace, and charm. She is depicted seated on a lotus with gold coins. Lord Ganpati (Ganesh) is the Lord of Wisdom and the remover of obstacles. According to Hindu tradition, it is believed that he must be kept happy to ensure smooth passage on the road to endeavours and accomplishments. For this reason, he is worshiped together with Maa Laxmi during Diwali Festival.
Mata Laxmi-Ganesh Pujan takes place on Diwali Festival by placing their idol on a platform, making various offerings of saffron paste, sandal paste, perfume (itr), kumkum, haldi, abeer, garland of cotton beads, leaves of Bel (wood apple tree), gulal, flowers, especially the marigold flowers and Diya and Incense stick are lit and offering of coconut, fruits, sweets, and tambul are made. At the end of the ritual, Aarti dedicated to Lord Ganesh is sung by the devotees.
It is also auspicious to worship and install Parad Shree Yantra and Parad (Padrasam) Shivlingam on this auspicious festival. Parad Meru Shri Yantra is the most significant and influential Yantra, which not only gives wealth, but also proves useful for every person. It is the source of achieving all materialistic desires & pleasing all wishes through mental power and celestial power. On the other hand, Parad Shivling made of Mercury and silver is a rare tantric product. It is used for Sadhna and fulfils all your wishes. for More Information Click Here