Significance of Kuber Puja
Kuber Puja is done by devotees for gaining wealth, prosperity and abundance.
Lord Kuber is the keeper of the wealth of Goddess Laxmi where as Goddess Laxmi is considered as the Goddess of wealth and riches. Worshipping Goddess Laxmi and Lord Kuber together embellishes a devotee’s life with wealth, prosperity and materialistic comforts.
Goddess Laxmi is the originator of wealth and Lord Kuber is the distributor of wealth. Lord Shiva made Lord Kuber the Lord of wealth after the later performed hard penance to please Lord Shiva.
Worshipping Goddess Laxmi and Lord Kuber together is highly beneficial and leads to financial and economic prosperity. Along with Goddess Laxmi and Lord Kuber, Lord Dhanvantari is also worshiped on the day of Dhanteras, the first day of Diwali.
Benefits of Kuber Puja
Puja service includes: Sthapana and Varn (Ganesh, Devi, Navgraha, Kalash, Brahma), Navagraha Mantra Japa (1 mala of each planet), Invocation of all Gods and Goddesses, Lakshmi Suktam, Laxmi Mantra Japa, Kuber Mantra Japa, Kuber Yantra Pujan, Dhanvantari Mantra Japa (1100 chants), Homa, Yajna and Aarti
Duration: 1 day While Devi Lakshmi is the undisputed Goddess of wealth, Lord Kuber is her heavenly treasurer. Hence the worship of Lakshmi and Kubera is considered the most auspicious thing for those seeking financial prosperity.
This is an elaborate major Homam as 1008 times recitals of Lakshmi Moola Mantra and Kubera Moola Mantra and Homa are performed. It is generally done exclusively in your name with your specific sankalpa (wish).