Astro Tips: If you keep this thing under the lamp during Diwali, you will be blessed by Goddess Lakshmi throughout the year...


Many rules of worship have been explained in Sanatan Dharma. It is mandatory to light a lamp during puja at home. It is said that Agni Dev is definitely worshiped in any puja or auspicious work. Similarly, there is a tradition of lighting lamps in homes during morning and evening puja. Lighting a lamp destroys negative energy. Not only this, it removes Vaastu defects from the house. At the same time, it is also believed that keeping food under the lamp while lighting the lamp gives good and auspicious results.


While lighting the lamp, keep in mind that the face should be in the right direction.
Lord Ganesha and Mother Lakshmi are worshiped on the day of Diwali. In Hindu religion, no worship without lighting a lamp is considered auspicious. While lighting the lamp on Diwali, keep in mind that the lamp should be facing the right direction. In any auspicious work, the lamp is facing east, hence on Diwali, the lamp should be facing east. With this, the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi remain at home forever.

You get full benefits from keeping rice
Acharya Manoj Kumar Mishra, the priest of Gaya Viranchi Narayan Sun Temple, said that while keeping the lamp on the day of Diwali, rice is definitely kept under it. It is said that rice is like the seat of a lamp, hence they are kept under the lamp.

He said that the lamp should not have direct contact with the earth. Because the earth absorbs the heat of the lamp. We do not get the full benefit for the purpose with which we ignite the island. Therefore, rice or grains are kept under the lamp so that we can get its full benefit.


light so many lamps
On the day of Diwali, first worship by placing at least 11 lamps on a plate, and after the puja, worship Goddess Lakshmi and Ganesha by doing Shodashopachar puja and after keeping that lamp with rice, first keep it at the door of the puja house and in every corner of the house. The lamp should be lit.

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