Kuber Upasana Puja

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Kuber Upasana Puja

Kuber Upasana Puja

Kuber Upasana Puja

As few liters of water is taken out from the ocean doesn’t affect its huge capacity, similarly, the storehouse of wealth can never reduce for the devotees of Lord Kubera. His personality may be dwarf-like but his grace upon his worshippers is immense. Kubera was cursed by Goddess Parvati for his evil intentions against her but later when she forgave him; he was blessed with the responsibility of being the Lord of wealth and material. Lord Kuber is the distributor of wealth whereas Goddess Lakshmi is the originator of wealth. He is also referred to as the Lord of the north direction. So to seek the continuous shower of wealth and prosperity in your family, Kuber Puja is a must. By faithfully and heartily adoring the glories of Kubera, devotees attract his blessings and he travels on his flying chariot (Pushpak) to bestow his love upon them.

To receive the hearty blessings of Lord Kubera, Shubh Puja provides you with the highly experienced Vedic scholars who will perform this puja for you as per the prescribed Vedic procedure. To perform Kubera puja, one should clad in yellow clothes after bathing and sit on a yellow-colored mat facing north direction. After lighting the ghee lamp and drawing a swastika on a puja plate, place the powerful Kuber Yantra on it. Place four varieties of fruits near the Yantra. Offer prayers to Lord Ganesh by chanting “Om Gam Ganpataye Namah” and further to Lord Shiva for seeking blessings. Lord Kubera will be worshipped by chanting mantras holding a rosary and performing homa along. After the puja ceremony, place the Kuber Yantra in your locker or any other auspicious and clean place at your home to receive the grace.

ll Om Yakshaya Kuberaya Vaishranvaya Dhandhanyadipataye

Dhandhanyasamridhi Me Dehi Dehi Dapaya Dapaya Swaha ll

Kuber Puja is considered most auspicious during Diwali and Dhanteras. October and November are auspicious months to carry out this puja. Apart from this, it can also be carried out on full moon (Purnima) and new moon (Amavasya) day of any lunar month

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