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Importance of Diwali
As per the authority of vedic shastras, Dipawali is said to be the only festival on which Devi Mahalakshmi comes to this mortal world to shower her immortal blessings on everyone, but only a few of them are the lucky ones who receive her favour when she sits at their house only.
The house which is completely clean, pure, illuminated and has pious people living into it has been said as the only preference of mother lakshmi. And she is lulled by the devotion of her dear devotees who offer her various types of prayers and worship her with the best of their capacity.
Since people are unaware of the way of worshipping of Mother goddess, most of them remain aloof from her blessings and thereby, must seek some refuge of a proper acharya who shall be their guide and perform puja for them so that she can bless the house.
Shubhpuja expert Pandits
We, at shubhpuja understand your problem and hence, we are providing the dear devotees with the facility of expert acaryas and pundits who have been performing pujas since time immemorial and have been blessed with expertise to enchant mother Lakshmi
About this puja
Diwali, a festival associated with wealth and prosperity, is celebrated throughout the country. We celebrate this festival as Lord Rama returned to his kingdom after defeating Ravana and conquering Ayodhya. It is a popular belief that it is the celebration of the marriage of Lakshmi with Lord Vishnu. Diwali puja is conducted to worship Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, who is believed to be in her most benevolent mood on this day, fulfilling the wishes of her devotees. Lord Ganesha, the symbol of auspiciousness and wisdom, is also worshiped on this day.
Why should you do this puja?
For great wealth and wisdom throughout the year, everyone should do the puja at their home/office wherever they want wealth to come
We will send you a qualified pandit trained in Hindu Shastras to conduct puja at Devotees preferred location (home, office etc.) and time (or muhurat time suggested by Shubhpuja)