Lakshmi puja (3rd Day of Diwali) falls on the new moon day (Amavasya) of the dark fortnight of Ashwin.
Generally, the new moon day is considered inauspicious; however, this day is an exception to the rule. Though this day is considered auspicious it is not so for all events, such as weddings, etc. On this day, worship of Goddess Lakshmi is done with the spiritual emotion (bhav) that She has provided us the wealth and in future too, She will give us the necessary wealth. In addition, Deity Kuber (treasurer of wealth) is also worshipped.
Benefits of LAXMI PUJA
Attracting Wealth and Prosperity: Laxmi Puja is believed to attract wealth, prosperity, and good fortune into the lives of those who participate.
Increasing Business Success: Laxmi Puja is said to increase business success and help entrepreneurs achieve their goals.
Fostering a Financial Blessing: By honoring the goddess of wealth, Laxmi Puja is believed to foster a financial blessing and increase material success.
Aiding in Debt Relief: Laxmi Puja is also believed to help relieve individuals from debts and financial difficulties.
Achieving Peace and Happiness: By attracting wealth, prosperity, and good fortune, Laxmi Puja is said to bring peace and happiness to those who participate.