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Lakshmi Puja 2017: List of important Diwali puja samagri, check them here

Diwali or Deepavali is being celebrated over the country on Thursday. Diwali is one of the most popular festivals celebrated by Hindus and other communities. In hindu religion lots of different things/items (samagri) are required to perform a pooja or pujan.


  |  Updated On : October 19, 2017 08:43 AM
Lakshmi Puja 2017: List of important Diwali puja samagri, check here

Lakshmi Puja 2017: List of important Diwali puja samagri, check here

New Delhi :  

Diwali or Deepavali is being celebrated over the country on Thursday. Diwali is one of the most popular festivals celebrated by Hindus and other communities. In Hindu Religion lots of different things/items (samagri) are required to perform a pooja or pujan. Puja samagri are different for different puja to different god or goddess. Following is the list of important materials (samagri) required to perform Maha Lakshmi Pujan, Ganesh Puja, Navagrah Puja, Shodashmatruka Puja, MahaKaali Puja, Maha Sarswati Puja, Kuber Puja, Tula Maan and Deepavali Puja.

List of important Diwali puja samagri, check them here:


# New Murti (Idols) of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi

# Bahi-Khata (Account Books)

# One red silk cloth for Goddess Lakshmi, One yellow cloth and Inkpot with pen

# One red cloth for God's Aasan (seating)

# Wooden stool for keeping Murti(s)

# Five big earthen Deepak (lamp)

# Small earthen Deepak (at least 25)

# One fresh earthen Kalash (pitcher)

# Flowers and at least three garlands made of fresh flowers

# Bilva-leaves and Tulsi-leaves

# Naivedhya e.g. sweets, fruits, sugarcane, Lava (parched rice)

# Sweet Paan (at least 3)

# One pen made of pomegranate or Bilva branch

# Duba (दूब) - Durva grass

# Pancha Pallav(पञ्च पल्लव) - twigs of following five trees

- Mango

- Palash

- Banyan

- Peepal

# Bakul (बकुल)

# Sarvoshadhi (सर्वौषधि) – ten following herbs

- Mura (मुरा)

- Jatamasi (जटामासी)

- Bach (बच)

- Kushtha (कुष्ठ)

- Shaileya (शैलेय)

- Haradi (हरदी)

- Daru-Haradi (दारु-हरदी)

- Soonthi (सूंठी)

- Champak (चम्पक)

- Musta (मुस्ता)

- Sapt-Mritika (सप्त-मृत्तिका)- mud collected from 7 places

- Horse Stable

- Elephant Stable

- Cow Shelter

- Ant Heap

- River confluence

- Lowland

- Royal Palace

If some of the items are not available then Akshata can be used in place of missing item as a remedy.

Also Read: Diwali 2017: Know history, significance and shubh Lakshmi puja muhurat

First Published: Thursday, October 19, 2017 08:28 AM


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