Solution for Poverty and Debt : Kanakdhara Puja

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Material possessions and wealth oriented benefits are just the source of existence and not the ultimate existence itself. It is said that if wealth is lost nothing is lost, but if we give a keen thought on that statement; it’s actually not true. Comfortable living and fulfilling basic needs is the right of an individual and everybody is running for earning their living.

Now imagine if you are a victim of poverty or huge debt struck life, is it really feasible for you to fulfil those simple needs. I suppose no, not at all. ‘Paisa hath ki mail hoti hai, aata jaat rehta hai’; a renowned saying but when this issue actually falls in your life, your happiness and peace flies away.

So are you facing the curse of financial turbulence or pressurised due to huge debt?

Relax and cheer up as it is time to give all your worries to us. We at Shubhpuja are ready to take all your financial stress and grant you with hearty success.To revive back your luxuries, comfortable life and leave back all the worries and tensions, Kanak Dhara Puja is an ultimate solution.

About Kanak Dhara Puja:

Kanak Dhara is another name of Goddess Lakshmi and as per the word spell, Kanak refers to ‘wealth’ and Dhara refers to ‘flow of holy water’; thus kanakdhara means the continuous flow of wealth and good luck. As the plight of the Brahmin lady was resolved by the 21 shlokas of Sri Sankaracharya by which Lakshmi Ji was pleased and showered the lady with wealth and prosperity, in spite of her evil deeds in the previous birth. Sankaracharya sang the “Kanakadhara stotra” for removing the negative effects of past deeds and poverty. It resolves all the financial debts and leads to the attainshubhpuja.comment of sound health and wealth, simultaneously.

Why should you do this puja?

  • To receive the grace of Goddess Lakshmi by adoring her
  • To resolve heavy financial debts
  • To receive shower of wealth, fame and social pleasures in the society
  • To overcome the malefic effects of planet Venus

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Significance of Day 9 of Navratri: Goddess Siddhidatri

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shubhpuja.comThese nine days is a journey to discover our true conscious and realize the divine path of success. It offers an opportunity to get acquainted with Lord Almighty through the path of seva, satsang, meditation and Guru’s blessings. The ninth, which is the last and most fruitful day is kept for Goddess Siddhidatri. She is a symbol of bestowing 26 sidhis (perfection, accomplishment or attainment) and occult powers on her devotees. It is said that Lord Shiva worshipped ma Siddhidatri to get all his siddhis and there after he is named as ‘Ardhanarishvar’. Devi siddhidatri puja is a reverent way to adore Ma Durga and become a perfect ‘sadhaka’, and then you are blessed by the knowledge of light and realization of the supreme ‘brahmagyan’.

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Significance of Day 8 of Navratri: Goddess Mahagauri

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shubhpuja.comThe eighth day is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati who is the store house of wisdom. She is the supreme source of knowledge, worshipped by her children to receive the knowledge of Truth (Supreme knowledge: Brahmagyan).

These nine days is a journey to discover our true conscious and realize the divine path of success. It offers an opportunity to get acquainted with Lord Almighty through the path of seva, satsang, meditation and Guru’s blessings.

The revering pure form of Goddess Durga, worshipped on the eighth day of navratri is a silver lining for her devotees, known for her beauty and softness. ‘Gauri’ refers to clean and pure, so Mahagauri is the bright ray of hope spreading the waves of love in the universe. The severe penance performed by her to receive Lord Shiva as her consort was finally cherished by her in this form, when Lord Shiva cleaned her with Ganga water. Ganga ji acted as an enhancer to the beauty of Goddess Parvati and so her shining white appearance was named as Mahagauri. The elegant and fragile Goddess with four hands is seated on the bull; this serene form is worshipped by the devotees to receive a calm and pure living.

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Significance of Day 7 of Navratri: Goddess Kalratri

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The last three days are dedicated to Goddess Saraswati who is the store house of wisdom. She is the supreme source of knowledge, worshipped by her children to receive the knowledge of Truth (Supreme knowledge: Brahmagyan).

These nine days is a journey to discover our true conscious and realize the divine path of success. It offershubhpuja.coms an opportunity to get acquainted with Lord Almighty through the path of seva, satsang, meditation and Guru’s blessings.

Devi Kaalratri is the ferocious and violent form of Ma Durga, worshipped on seventh day of navaratri festival. She is the powerful form of avatar whose sole mission was to demolish the existence of demon Raktabeej. She killed him by collecting his blood in a vessel and licking it so that it doesn’t fall on the ground and produce further demons. She is a symbol of ‘naari shakti’, consisting of 4 hands, 3 eyes riding on a donkey. Devi Kalraatri puja bestows you with the strength to overcome evil effects and remove the fear of natural elements.

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Significance of Day 6 of Navratri: Goddess Katyani

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shubhpuja.comSixth day is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi, who showers the prosperity and wealth on her devotes. She bestows with divine energy and fulfils the need of her worshippers so that they can lead a serene and contented life ahead.

Sage Katyan performed severe penance to Ma Bhagwati for having Ma Durga as his daughter. Finally his wish was granted and Ma Katyani took birth in her clan due to which she is referred by this name. She is the powerful and fierce form of Goddess Durga, who took birth to end the misery created by demon Mahishasura in the abode of Gods. Devi Katyani, having three eyes and four arms is a perfect way to achieve Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha. Devi Katyani is also called as the Queen of Braj as she was worshipped by the gopis to get Lord Krishna as their husband.

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Significance of Day 5 of Navratri: Goddess Skanda Mata

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shubhpuja.comRemoval of negativity is stabilised by the revival of positive energy so the fourth,fifth and sixth days are dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi, who showers the prosperity and wealth on her devotes. She bestows with divine energy and fulfils the need of her worshippers so that they can lead a serene and contented life ahead.

The fifth day of navaratri is dedicated to the humble and pious mother (Ma Parvati) of Kumar Kartikeya or Skanda or Lord Murugan, so she is also referred as Skanda Mata. During the fierce war between Gods and demons, Kartikeya Ji in the form of Skanda had to come to rescue and became a saviour. His glory has also been mentioned in Puranas, where he is referred as Shaktidhar. Skanda Mata Puja is way to worship the mother of Skanda to achieve the Visuddha chakra state. In this form, she holds the infant Skanda in her lap sitting in meditation posture, therefore also called as Padmasana.

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Significance of Day 4 of Navratri: Goddess Kushmanda

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shubhpuja.comTo cherish the glories of reverent Goddess Durga and her different forms on each day, the nine days are dedicated to her nine avatars. Removal of negativity is stabilised by the revival of positive energy so the next three days are dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi, who showers the prosperity and wealth on her devotees. She bestows with divine energy and fulfils the need of her worshippers so that they can lead a serene and contented life ahead.

The blissful manifestation of Goddess Durga is in her fourth day avatar which is Devi Kushmanda is widely worshipped for her divine cosmic energy and smile. She is said to be the illuminator of the Universe for her vibrant smile, which clearly justifies her name- ‘Ku’: little, ‘Usma’: energy and ‘Anda’: cosmic egg or Universe. Also known as ‘Ashtbhuja’ because of her eight hands, is said to reside on the core of the sun. Goddess Kushmanda is worshipped for her source of light that transformed the eternal darkness into bright prosperous Universe. Her divine smile and glowing face releases all the worries of her devotees and illuminates their path of life. She is a form of ‘Adi-shakti’, who created brightness in the existing universe.

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