Mata Varalakshmi Puja & Homam for Wealth

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  • Mata Varalakshmi Puja for treasures of wealth and economic prosperity.

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Money (Lakshmi) has also been given an important place in Hinduism. Everyone needs money because money is an important thing to run life in this world. But many people keep working hard to earn money all their life; still, they cannot achieve much success. Many people also adopt the wrong path to earn money, but the wrong path leads them to their downfall at some point or the other.

If one has a desire to get money or even after hard work, one is not able to earn enough money required to take care of the family properly, then doing, with complete devotion and method, fast (Vrat) and Puja of Mata Varalakshmi is the most effective and miraculous way for the fulfillment of desires and removal of financial troubles. It is believed that Mata Varalakshmi is the giver of a boon, and she fulfills all the wishes of the devotee who worships her with a sincere heart. The day on which the Mata Varalakshmi Vrat is observed and Puja is performed is also called Boon bestowing Day/Friday.


One of the most divine and auspicious forms of Mata Lakshmi, the wife of Lord Vishnu, one of the Hindu Trinity of Goddesses, is Mata Varalakshmi. Mata Lakshmi and Mata Varalakshmi are both the same. Mata Varalakshmi fulfills all the wishes; hence her name is Varalakshmi, a combination of two Sanskrit words ‘Vara’ and ‘Lakshmi.’ ‘Vara’ means ‘boon’ and ‘Lakshmi’ means ‘wealth and splendor.’ Thus it is believed that Varalakshmi Mata, when pleased, blesses her devotees with the boons.

Varalakshmi Devi was manifested from the milky ocean, also known as Kshir Sagar. The color of Goddess Lakshmi is said to be like the color of the milky ocean. Maa is dressed in colorful clothes and ornaments. This form of Goddess Lakshmi is considered a boon giver and fulfiller of all the wishes of the devotees. Mata Varalakshmi Puja removes all the shortcomings of life, financial troubles, and the arrival of money becomes easy in the devotee’s life. Mata Varalakshmi Vrat and Puja, if done with total devotion, sincere heart, and rules, bestows one with wealth, property, knowledge, love, prestige, peace, prosperity, good children, and health. This Puja brings happiness, wealth, and prosperity in the family.

The most essential part of Mata Varalakshmi Puja is Vrat (fast), without which this Puja is not only incomplete but will be fruitless; hence this Puja is popularly known as Mata Varalakshmi Vrat/Vratam/Vratham (fast) that is celebrated on a grand scale in various parts of India. Mata Varalakshmi Puja is popularly known for the ‘Varalakshmi Vrat.’

According to religious beliefs, the importance of Varalakshmi Vart (fast) is similar to the worship of Deepawali. Mata Varalakshmi destroys poverty, and Ganpati Bappa makes the works successful. Let us know how Mata Varalakshmi was born?


According to mythological beliefs about Mata Varalakshmi, once someone was presented a garland to Maharishi Durvasa. On the way, Maharishi met Devraj Indra, sitting on Airavat (the white Elephant), then Maharishi Durvasa gave that garland to Devraj Indra. Devraj Indra put it on Airavat’s head, which fell on the ground. Airavata crushed that garland with his feet, seeing which Maharishi Durvasa got angry and cursed Indra to be powerless.

Due to the effect of the curse, Devraj Indra lost his kingdom, Devlok. Asuras (demons) ruled everywhere, the gods got upset. When all the gods reached Lord Vishnu, he proposed to churn Kshir Sagar with the help of Asuras. Many miraculous gems were obtained from the churning of the ocean. Mata Varalakshmi, seated on a white lotus, also emerged from the ocean churning.


Mata Varalakshmi Vrat is considered very sacred in Hinduism. The day of Varalakshmi Vrat Puja is one of the days dedicated to Mata Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity when devotees worship her with full rituals to please her. This festival is observed on the second Friday of the Shukla Paksha of the holy month of Shravan, which falls just before Raksha Bandhan and Shravana Purnima, which according to the Gregorian calendar falls in July or August. The Varalakshmi Mata is one of the most kind and auspicious forms of Mata Lakshmi who blesses with good fortune, wealth, splendor, property, and good children. Mata Lakshmi is one of the prime deities in Hinduism who is known as the Goddess of wealth, prosperity, and riches. Mata Lakshmi is revered in all her eight forms, namely:
• Adi Lakshmi – Goddess of Inner Conscience and Spiritual Wealth.
• Dhana Lakshmi – Wealth (Money) Goddess.
• Dhanya Lakshmi- Foodgrains/ agricultural produce Goddess.
• Gaja Lakshmi- She is a giver of cattle’s/ prosperity and abundance.
• Santana Lakshmi- Goddess who blesses a married couple with an offspring.
• Dhairya Lakshmi- Goddess of Courage and valor.
• Vijaya Lakshmi- Goddess of Victory.
• Vidya Lakshmi- Goddess of Knowledge and Arts.

It is believed that worshipping Mata Varalakshmi form of Maa Lakshmi, is like worshipping the Ashtalakshmi mentioned above. This Mata Varalakshmi Vrat and Puja festival is more prevalent mainly in South India, but due to the miraculous effect, now Mata Varalakshmi fast is being observed in many other states of India as well.

Various Puranas mention that the person who observes Mata Varalakshmi Vrat is endowed with wealth, splendor, property, and good children. By observing this fast, full blessings of Mata Lakshmi are obtained, and the shadow of poverty is erased from many generations of a person. The family of the one who observes Mata Varalakshmi fast gets all the happiness and prosperity easily. By performing Varalakshmi Vrat, one gets the same result as worshiping Ashtalakshmi. According to religious beliefs, this fast gives the happiness of getting children to married couples.
Married women can only perform Mata Varalakshmi Vrat. It is forbidden for unmarried girls to observe this fast. Married women observe this fast with great enthusiasm for the happiness and prosperity of the family. Married men can also observe this fast for the happiness and prosperity of the family. If both husband and wife keep this fast together, then double results are obtained. It is believed that by observing this fast, the poverty of the house ends, and Akhand Lakshmi is obtained. By observing this fast, happiness and wealth remains in the family.


In Skanda Purana, Lord Shiva revealed the significance of the boon-bestowing Varalakshmi Vrat to Mata Parvati, his wife, when Mata Parvati asked him how women can bring prosperity to their families. Lord Shiva tells the story of a devotee called Charumati whose entire family was blessed by Mata Lakshmi with wealth, prosperity, and divine providence after she observed Varalakshmi Vrat as recommended by Mata Lakshmi in her dreams. This story/Katha is read or listened by the devotees with full devotion on the day of Varalakshmi Vrat. It is believed that the Mata Parvati observed fasting for her beloved husband and the prosperity and happiness of her family. It has been a popular tradition, since then, for married women to observe Varalakshmi Vrat.


Observing Mata Varalakshmi Vrat removes all the shortcomings of life. Financial troubles are removed, and the arrival of money becomes easy in the life of the fast. Married women keep fast for an entire day on this day and perform the ‘Varalakshmi Puja’ and ask the Goddess for the happiness and prosperity of the family and bless their husband with longevity and good health. Married women who do not have children also pray to the Mata Varalakshmi to bless them with offspring and pray for the entire family’s well-being.

Eight types of siddhis are attained by Varalakshmi Vrat. These are Sri, Bhu, Saraswati, Preeti (affection/love), Kirti (fame), Shanti (peace), Satisfaction, and Dignity. By observing Mata Varalakshmi Vrat, wealth, property, knowledge, love, prestige, peace, prosperity, and health come into the person’s life. By doing Mata Varalakshmi Vrat, the beauty also increases. By observing Varalakshmi Vrat with full devotion and method, one gets the same result as worshiping Ashtalakshmi. Married women observe this fast for the happiness and prosperity of the family, but if husband and wife keep this fast together, then its results increase manifold. It is believed that observing this fast also brings happiness to children. Regarding this fast, it is believed that it gives happiness of getting children to married couples, while it gives wealth to the poor.


• Mata Varalakshmi Vrat can only be performed by married women. It is forbidden for unmarried girls to observe this fast.

• It is considered very fruitful to recite Shri Sukta in this fast.

• In this Puja, burn an unbroken (continuous) flame of ghee for twenty-four hours in front of the idol or picture of Mata Lakshmi.
• On this day, the recitation of Shri Vishnu Sahasranama is also beneficial.


For the worship of Mata Varalakshmi, one should not use the things kept for daily worship but should collect separate material for this fast. These items include Idol or picture of Goddess Varalakshmi/Maa Lakshmi, Flowers, Floral garland, Kumkum, Turmeric, Sandalwood powder, Akshat, Vibhuti, incense sticks, Molly, mirror, comb, Kangha (bangles), Mango leaves, Betel leaves, Panchamrit, Curd, Banana, Milk, Water, Incense sticks, Deepak, camphor, bell, prasad, a big urn, oil lamp, Akshat, etc. are used.


Preparations for Celebrating the Varalakshmi Vrat Puja

The preparations for celebrating the Varalakshmi Puja begin a day before that is on a Thursday. Married Women get up early on a Thursday morning, clean all the puja vessels, the Kalash (pot), and the lamps, and keep them aside. They arrange the Puja plate and keep the entire samagri (materials) ready for the next day, Puja of Varalakshmi Vrat.

Puja Performed On Thursday Evening

On a Thursday evening before sunset, clean the entrance of all the rooms in the house by sweeping and mopping the floor. Once cleaning is done, apply two kumkum lines and one line of turmeric on each corner side of the entrance. Chandan and Kumkum dots are applied on these lines. Now light a lamp and offer some Naivedya. A wooden plank in front of Maa Varalakshmi’s idol or picture and put a banana leaf over it, and a handful of raw full-grain rice spread over it. All this is kept ready for the next day, Vrat. The above procedure is the pre-preparation of the festival that will fall on the next day, Friday. The Varalakshmi Vrat is performed to welcome Goddess Lakshmi into homes and bless the family with abundance, good health, wealth, longevity, and progeny.


Women and men who take a resolution of Mata Varalakshmi Vrat and Puja must keep fast on this day. Although men and women can perform the Vrat, it is usually the married women of the family who perform the fast to seek blessings for the well-being of their family members. Mata Varalakshmi is worshiped in the same way as Mata Lakshmi is worshiped on Diwali.

• One who observes fast (married women) on this day (Friday) should wake up early in the morning and after cleaning the house and take a bath. She should drape a silk saree and wear gold jewelry.

• Sanctify the place of worship by sprinkling Gangajal and after that, take a resolution to observe the fast.

• Place the idol of Mata Varalakshmi or Mata Lakshmi on a raised platform along with the idol of Ganpati Ji in the east direction.
• Decorate the idol of Maa Lakshmi with new clothes, jewellery, and kumkum.
• An Urn (Kalash), preferably of brass (representing the deity), is wrapped with a sari. A swastika symbol is made with kumkum and sandalwood paste. The Kalash is filled with rice or raw water, coins, five types of leaves, and beetle nuts. Placed on the mouth of Kalash are mango leaves, and coconut is placed on the mouth of Kalash and apply sandalwood, turmeric, kumkum on a coconut. Around the neck of the Kalash, a sacred thread is tied. After doing this, keep a small pile of akshat (unbroken raw rice) at one place of the platform and keep the urn on the pile of akshat. Now with a fresh blouse piece (a cloth used to stitch blouse for women), cover the coconut in a conical shape.
• Apply Chandan and kumkum tikas on the forehead, feet, and hands of the Goddess.
• Now start doing the Puja by lighting a ghee lamp.
• Begin the Puja by first worshipping Lord Ganesh by chanting his mantra and Stotram.
• After doing the Shri Ganesha Puja, take some akshat and fresh flowers in your right palm and take a resolution of observing Mata Varalakshmi Vrat and performing the Puja. Women observing Mata Varalakshmi Vrat should refrain from eating foods for the entire day.
• Offer flowers, sweets, fruits, Naivedya, etc., to Mata Varalakshmi.
• Meditate on Mata Lakshmi and chant her seed mantra: ‘ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं लक्ष्मीभयो नमः॥ Om Hreem Shreem Lakshmibhayo Namah
• Now read the story of Varalakshmi fast by lighting incense and diyas.
• After the story’s conclusion, one must ask Mata Varalakshmi to forgive if any mistake has been made in worship.
• Perform Aarti and offer Bhog to Mata Varalakshmi.
• After this, distribute Prasad.
• In the evening, perform Aarti of Mata Varalakshmi again, and only after that, the Vrat (fast) is broken by taking the diet of fruits only.


One can also perform a Mata Varalakshmi Puja through qualified Brahmins. It is a highly recommended Puja on this day. The Puja includes:

• Kalash Sthapana,
• 64 yogini Puja
• Swasti Vachan,
• Sankalpa, Ganesh Puja ,Abhishek,
• One hundred eight chants of each planetary mantra and Navgraha Puja.
• Invocation of major Gods and Goddesses.
• Mata Varalakshmi/Mata Lakshmi Idol Abhishek and Pujan,
• Mata Laxmi Yantra Puja,
• Recitation of Mata Lakshmi Suktam,
• Varalakshmi Mantras and Mata Lakshmi Mantra Japa,
• Varalakshmi Homam.
• Aarti and Pushpaanjali.


Lord Shiva narrated the story of Varalakshmi fast to Goddess Parvati. According to the legend, there was a city named Kundi, which was known for its scenic beauty. This city was situated in the kingdom of Magadha. In the prosperous and beautiful city of Kundi, there lived a Brahmin woman named Charumati along with her husband and family. Charumati was a conscientious and God-fearing woman who lived the life of an ideal woman by serving her mother-in-law, father-in-law, and husband and worshiping Mata Lakshmi. Charumati was a devoted worshiper of Maa Lakshmi, and Mata Lakshmi was also very pleased with her.

Looking at Charumati’s devotion in one night, Mata Lakshmi came to Charumati in a dream and said, Charumati should do Varalakshmi Vrat, with the effect of this fast; you will get the desired result. The following day, Charumati told the other women of the society about Varalakshmi Vrat as told by Mata Lakshmi.

Charumati, along with all the women, kept this fast and worshiped Mata Varalashmi according to the law. Chaturmati, along with other women, also recited a shloka which is as follows:

“Lakshmi Ksheerasamudra Rajatanyam Sri Rangadhameswareem Dasibootha Samastha DevavanithamLokaika Deepamkuramsri Manmanda Kataksha Labdhivibhat BrahmendraGangadharamtwamtrayamlokyakutumbhineem Sasijavandemukunda Priyam”

“लक्ष्मी क्षीरसमुद्र राजतन्याम श्री रंगधाममेस्वरम दासिबुथा समस्त देववनिथम लोकिका दीपंकुरम श्री मनमांडा कटक्ष लब्धिविभत ब्रह्मेंद्र गंगाधरम त्वम्त्रयंलोक्यकुटुंभिनीम शशिजवन्देमुकुंद प्रियं”

After the completion of the Puja, all the women began circumambulating the Kalash; while doing the circumambulation, the bodies of all the women got decorated with various gold ornaments. Their houses were also filled with food and wealth, and animals like horses, elephants, cows, etc., also came to their place.

All the women started praising Charumati because it was Charumati who had told them all about this fast. After that, all the women of the city began observing this fast, and then this fast was recognized as Varalakshmi Vrat. It is believed that this story was told by Lord Shiva to Mata Parvati. By listening to this story on Mata Varalakshmi day, one gets the blessings of Lakshmi.


It is believed that if Aarti of Goddess is performed while Varalakshmi Vrat and the mantras are chanted, then auspicious results are obtained. But keep in mind that the pronunciation of mantra and Aarti is done correctly. Mata Varalakshmi is the form of Mata Lakshmi, and hence Aarti for Mata Lakshmi is done on this day.


• The Beej Mantra

‘ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं लक्ष्मीभयो नमः॥ Om Hreem Shreem Lakshmibhayo Namah

• Mata Varalakshmi Vrat Mantra:

पद्यसने पद्यकरे सर्व लोककै पूजिते। Padyasane Padyakare Sarv Lokakai Poojite.

नारायणप्रिये देवी सुप्रीता भव सर्वदा।। Naaraayanapriye Devee Supreeta Bhav Sarvada.

• Before performing the Aarti, chant this mantra:

या श्री: स्वयं सुकृतिनां भवनेष्वलक्ष्मी:
Ya Shree Svayan Sukrtinaan Bhavaneshvalakshmee

पापात्मनां कृतधियां हृदयेषु बुद्धि:।
Paapaatmanaan Krtadhiyaan Hrdayeshu Buddhi

श्रद्धा सतां कुलजनप्रभवस्य लज्जा
Shraddha Sataan Kulajanaprabhavasy Lajja

तां त्वां नता: स्म परिपालय देवि विश्व
Taan Tvaan Nata: Sm Paripaalay Devi Vishv


ॐ जय लक्ष्मी माता, मैया जय लक्ष्मी माता।
तुमको निशिदिन सेवत, हरि विष्णु विधाता॥

ॐ जय लक्ष्मी माता॥

उमा, रमा, ब्रह्माणी, तुम ही जग-माता।
सूर्य-चन्द्रमा ध्यावत, नारद ऋषि गाता॥

ॐ जय लक्ष्मी माता॥

दुर्गा रुप निरंजनी, सुख सम्पत्ति दाता।
जो कोई तुमको ध्यावत, ऋद्धि-सिद्धि धन पाता॥

ॐ जय लक्ष्मी माता॥

तुम पाताल-निवासिनि, तुम ही शुभदाता।
कर्म-प्रभाव-प्रकाशिनी, भवनिधि की त्राता॥

ॐ जय लक्ष्मी माता॥

जिस घर में तुम रहतीं, सब सद्गुण आता।
सब सम्भव हो जाता, मन नहीं घबराता॥

ॐ जय लक्ष्मी माता॥

तुम बिन यज्ञ न होते, वस्त्र न कोई पाता।
खान-पान का वैभव, सब तुमसे आता॥

ॐ जय लक्ष्मी माता॥

शुभ-गुण मन्दिर सुन्दर, क्षीरोदधि-जाता।
रत्न चतुर्दश तुम बिन, कोई नहीं पाता॥

ॐ जय लक्ष्मी माता॥

महालक्ष्मी जी की आरती, जो कोई जन गाता।
उर आनन्द समाता, पाप उतर जाता॥

ॐ जय लक्ष्मी माता॥


Mata Lakshmi and Mata Varalakshmi are both the same. Mata Lakshmi epitomizes wealth, prosperity, auspiciousness, abundance, and fortune. Performing this Puja on Varalakshmi Vrat is one of the best spiritual means to attract the grace of Lakshmi Ji. She emerged from the ocean during the churning of the ocean (Samudra Manthan). She is the wife of Lord Vishnu, epitomizing the importance of economic activity to maintain life. She is worshipped for blessings of fertility, purity, fortune, beauty, power, generosity, auspiciousness, grace, grandeur, bliss, and riches.

It is believed that during Varalakshmi Vrat, propitiating Mata Varalakshmi can bless one with the combined benefits of all the eight divine forms of Mata Lakshmi. According to sacred texts, offering sincere prayers to the Supreme Mata Varalakshmi by observing Vrat (fasting) and participating in special rituals can bestow the following benefits upon you:

• Good health, wealth, fame, fortune, prosperity, and progeny.
• Inner peace, harmony in the family, and positivity.
• Removes financial problems and bestows profit in business.
• The longevity of self, husband, and family and good health.
• The abundance of positive energies and protection from negative energies.
• Attain inner peace and fulfills all worldly desires, and helps attain success.

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