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Kali Haldi for Diwali Puja

 Kali Haldi for Diwali Puja Importance of kali haldi


Kali haldi is a very rare product which is considered very lucky to worship goddess laxmi as she is most pleased when worshiped with this product.


Kali haldi is also known as an attractor of wealth and riches that is why it advised to keep it in the cash box or locker to attract more wealth.


As by popular believes it is known that kali haldi starts giving its effect in the period of eleven days.


How to worship kali haldi for diwali puja


Kali haldi is an essential when it comes to diwali puja as anyone who wish to obtain blessings of goddess laxmi.


The rituals of kali haldi for diwali puja are:


  • Place red clothe on the floor in the east direction of your house.
  • Place the laxmi idol on the cloth.
  • Mark the swastika on each corner of the cloth with the black haldi
  • Also place a tilak on the forehead of the laxmi idol with the haldi
  • Now chant the given mantra at least hundred and eight times to experience the auspicious blessings of the goddess.
  • After the chant is finish offer jal to the laxmi mata to finish your kali haldi puja for diwali.


मन्दाकिन्याः समानीतैर्हेमाम्भोरूहवासितैः | स्नानं कुरूष्व देवेशि सलिलैश्च सुगन्धिभिः || ॐ महालक्ष्म्यै नमः स्नानं समर्पयामि |


Benefits of kali haldi for diwali puja


There are enormous benefits of kali haldi for diwali puja such as


  • Abundance and prosperity comes in your life to stay for life long.
  • Business and career flourishes like never before.
  • Attraction of riches and wealth is observed from all corners of life.
  • A positive circle is created around your home which deflects all negativity.
  • You will be blessed by lord Vishnu’s blessings as well.


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