Diwali/Deepavali – Continuation Of Rituals – Vishnu and Lakshmi Pooja

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Now let us move on to the pooja of Lord Mahavishnu (Satyanarayana).
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Hold the copper pot with water in your right hand and cover the mouth of the pot with your left hand while  chanting the following sloka 3 times :
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Now pour the water over the idol while chanting ‘ see url Om source url namo narayanaya’ 11 times
Then make every family member take flowers in their right hand and chant the following sloka 21 times (the sloka is by Adi Sankara ). Shower the idol with flowers after each recital..
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Now we shall perform the Diwali pooja for Lakshmi devi. Firstly invoke Lakshmi devi by chanting the following famous sloka 3 times :-
Om sarvamangala maangalye shive sarvarthe saadhike
Saranye tryambike gowri narayani namosthute
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Then pour water over the idol of Lakshmi devi while chanting the following sloka 5 times :-
Om prakratheem vikratheem vidyaam sarvabhoothahithapradhaaam
Shradhaam vibhuutheem surabheem namami paramathmikaam
Then make every family member take flowers in their right hand and then chant each of the following mantras 7 times. Shower the idol with flowers after each recital.
Om Sarvatheerthathmike
Om Sarvamanthrathmike
Om Sarvathanthrathmike
Om Sarvayanthrathmike
Om Sarvachakrathmike
Om Sarvashakthyathmike
Om Sarvathathwamike
Om Sarvavidhyathmike
Om Sarvasarvathmike
Then apply a ‘tilak’ (dot on the forehead) with sandalwood paste on each idol/photo. This ends the initial invocation ceremony of each God.
Now it is important that the whole family sing appropriate ‘bhajans’ of God together. This is a useful stress reliever and also spreads positive vibration in the whole vicinity, which is an essence of the Diwali/Deepavali celebration. Flowers may be showered onto the idols throughout the ‘bhajan’ session. The collective devotion of the family will help to bring God’s blessings to the whole household.
To end the pooja for the day, chant the following sloka 3 times :-
Om karacharana krithamva
Kayajam karmajam va
Shravana nayanajam va
Manasamvaparadhim
Vihidhamavihidham va sarvemethakshamaswa
[To ask forgiveness for any mistakes/sins that happened knowingly or unknowingly]
Then light camphor and while rounding it in front of the idols, chant the following sloka 3 times:-
Om sarvepi sughinahsanthuu
Sarve santhuuniramayah
Sarvam bhadranipashyanthuu
Ma kashchit dukhamapnoyat
[Meaning – Let all living beings be happy and free from disease. Let everything go according to God’s will. Let nobody suffer any sadness]
Then the whole family may bow in front of god and express their gratitude to God. Then the youngsters may get the blessings of the elders and then share sweets. Om

3 Replies to “Diwali/Deepavali – Continuation Of Rituals – Vishnu and Lakshmi Pooja”

  1. if u give either give hindi or sanskrit version for the slokas along with the english, it will be of great help for correct pronounciation.

    Thanks

  2. Thank you very much for your comment 'Anonymous'…i shall try to provide the slokas as u suggested…it may take a little while but i shall definitely be considering the option..Om

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