In Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu are never worshiped together. – We are Gujarati


It is noted in the Puranas that Goddess Lakshmi is pleased only when Vishnu is worshiped with her. But the question that also arises in your mind is why Ganapati is worshiped with Lakshmi every year on the occasion of Diwali, why Lakshmi is not worshiped with her husband Vishnu?

You must have worshiped Lakshmi Ganesha on Diwali in 2 years, this question must have come to your mind at some point, then let us know what is the answer to this question? You must know the purpose behind Lakshmi Puja on Diwali,

Everyone pleases Goddess Lakshmi on Diwali and wishes the mother to settle down at her place of residence so that her family may flourish continuously. Ganesha is called the god of intellect, where did the god of intellect go, Ganesha has two wives, Riddhi and Siddhi and only two sons, Shubh and Labha.

Auspicious and benefit is related to Ganapati as well as Maa Lakshmi, Lakshmi cannot come without benefit and benefit comes only in auspicious time, that is, Lakshmi arrives only with the arrival of auspicious and benefit. After this comes the work of Ganapati.

When Lakshmi arrives at home due to auspiciousness and benefit, she needs discretion and intellect to handle Lakshmi. It is said that it is not possible to stop Lakshmi in one place.

Apart from this there is another big reason that Lakshmi Ganesha is worshiped on the day of Diwali and the reason is that Ganapati is the son of Lakshmiji, yes Ganapati is considered to be the son of Lakshmiji’s mind. The mind child is a child that is obtained not by intercourse but by desire. Now you may be wondering if Ganapati is Parvati’s son then how can he be Lakshmi’s son.

In fact, according to the story recorded in the Puranas, Lord Vishnu once told mother Lakshmi that any woman is complete when she has a child, but mother Lakshmi had no children and she went to mother Parvati for help.

Luckily for Maa Parvati 2 the sons were Ganapati and Kartikya. When Lakshmi requested Parvati to help, Parvati’s mother gave her son Ganesha to Lakshmi.

Although Parvati was well aware that Lakshmi could not stay in one place, so she could not take care of Ganapati, but seeing Lakshmi’s condition, Parvati’s mother helped her. After this Mother Lakshmi promised Parvati that she would always take care of Ganapati.

This is the reason why his son Ganesha is worshiped with Lakshmi on the day of Diwali. Yes, Ganapati is Lakshmi and his son’s mental son, that is why Ganapati is worshiped with Lakshmi on Diwali and not Vishnu

We would also like to inform you that during the worship of Lakshmi and Ganesha on Diwali, you should take special care that Ganesha should always be on the left side of Lakshmi, yes, you should keep the idol of Ganapati on the left side of Lakshmi. Since the wife is given the left side from time immemorial, so while performing puja you should establish Lakshmi Ganesha in such a way that Lakshmiji always stays on the right side of Ganesha, only then the full fruit of worship is obtained.

Disclaimers- matters given in this article is totally based on media reports, astrology beliefs and Ayurveda principles.. therefore in certain cases it may not be apply for all.. viewers have to see this with their own intellectuals and knowledge..

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