Ashtalaxmi Puja and Yagna-8 Forms of Lakshmi, Hindu Goddess of Wealth

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Ashta Lakshmi
The eight manifestations of Goddess Lakshmi.Ashta Lakshmi (अष्टलक्ष्मी) are manifestations of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. It is said that these manifestations preside over eight sources of wealth which are prosperity, good health, knowledge, strength, progeny, and power. Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, fortune, power, luxury, beauty, fertility, and auspiciousness. She holds the promise of material fulfilment and contentment. She is described as restless, whimsical yet maternal, with her arms raised to bless and to grant.
As per texts there are eight incarnations of Goddess Lakshmi. Shree Aadi lakshmi, Shree Dhanya Lakshmi, Shree Dhairya Lakshmi, Shree Gaj Lakshmi, Shree Santaan Lakshmi, Shree Vijay Lakshmi, Shree Vidya Lakshmi, Shree Dhana Lakshmi.

Goddess Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth, richness and prosperity. It is quite well known that Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped to gain wealth.  Apart from money there are other things also which is bestowed by Goddess Lakshmi. Wealth comes in the form of money, vehicles, prosperity, courage, patience, health, knowledge and children. All of these are achieved by worshipping the eight forms of Goddess Lakshmi.Ashta Lakshmi puja  is completed by worshipping eight manifestations of Goddess Lakshmi. Goddess Lakshmi is widely known as the Goddess of Wealth in the world. 

The eight manifestations of Goddess Lakshmi represent good health, knowledge, power, prosperity, progeny, courage, confidence and much more.
One of the prayers known as the Shri Ashta Lakshmi Stotram lists the eight manifestations of Goddess Lakshmi, depicted as being seated on a beautiful lotus flower.

Beautiful goddess seated on a chariot Delighted by songs on lustful elephants, 
Bedecked with lotuses, pearls and gems, 
Lustrous as fire, radiant as gold,
Resplendent as the sun, calm as the moon, 
Mistress of cows and horses — Take away poverty and misfortune 
Bring joy, riches, harvest and children. 
The eight forms of Ashta-Lakshmi:
Aadi-Lakshmi - the primal mother goddess
Dhana Lakshmi - goddess of material wealth
Dhanya Lakhsmi - goddess of good harvest and grains
Gaja Lakshmi - goddess of power and strength
Santana Lakshmi - goddess of off-springs and progeny
Veera-Lakshmi or Dhairya Lakshmi (The Goddess of Valor and Courage)
Vidya Lakshmi - goddess of education
Vijaya-Lakshmi or Jaya Lakshmi (The Goddess of Victory)

Aadi-Lakshmi - the primal mother goddess .The Great Goddess
She is the Wealth of endless prosperity. Goddess of no beginnings or end: “Adi” means eternal existence. Adi Lakshmi signifies the never-ending nature of the Goddess. She has no start and no end. She is continuous. Wealth should therefore, flow continuously also. It too has always been there and always will be there.
Adi Lakshmi or Rama Lakshmi serving Sri Narayana is symbolic of her serving the whole creation. Adi Lakshmi and Narayana are not two different entities but one only. Lakshmi is Shakti. Lakshmi is the Power of Narayana. Adi Lakshmi is the memory of the source. When we forget that we are a part of the entire creation, we feel small and insecure.
Adi Lakshmi is that aspect which connects us to our source, thus bringing strength and calmness to the mind. Goddess Adi Lakshmi is four-armed, carries a lotus and a white flag, other two arms in Abhaya mudra and varada mudra.
Adi-Lakshmi or Maha Lakshmi Adi-Lakshmi also known as Maha-Lakshmi or “The Great Lakshmi is a first form of Goddess Lakshmi. She is daughter of sage Bhrigu and wife of Lord Vishnu or Narayana. Aadi-Lakshmi is often depicted as the consort of Narayana living with him at his home in Vaikuntha.

The lyrics of the hymn, or stotram, dedicated to this form of Lakshmi are:
Sumanasa Vandhitha, Sundhari, Madhavi Chandhrasahoodhari, Hemamaye, Munigana Vandhitha, Mookshapradhayini Manjula Bhaashini, Vedhamathe, Pankajavaasini, Dhevasupoojitha Sadhguna Varshini, Shanthiyuthe, Jaya Jaya He, Madhusoodhana Kaamini Aadhilakshmi, Jaya, Paalayamaam

Dhan Lakshmi | Dhana lakshmi (The Goddess of Prosperity and Wealth)
She symbolises material wealth, prosperity and fortune. She is also worshipped for luxury, relinquishing courage and blissful life.Goddess Dhana Lakshmi is Six-armed, Draped in red Saree, carries chakra (discus), shankha (conch), kalasha (water pitcher with mango leaves and a coconut on it) or Amrita kumbha (a pitcher containing Amrita – elixir of life), bow-arrow, a lotus and an arm in abhaya mudra with gold coins falling from it.
Everyone knows about Dhan Lakshmi. Also known as Vaibhav Lakshmi. “Dhan” and “Vaibhav” mean money, riches, fortune and income. It is the usual way we perceive and understand wealth. This wealth is of great importance to one who wishes to live an enriched and happy life.Respect wealth, use it properly, then wealth becomes Lakshmi. Worship her like Lakshmi. It is said that Lakshmi is very fickle, that is, she keeps moving. So make good use of money.

The lyrics of the hymn dedicated to this form of Lakshmi are: 
Dimidhimi Dhimdhimi, Dhimdhimi Dhimdhimi Dhumdhubhinaadha Supoornamaye, Ghumaghuma Gumghuma, Gunghuma Gunghuma Shankhaninaadha Suvaadhyamathe, Vividha Puraanyithihaasa Supoojitha Vaidhika Maarga Pradharshayuthe, Jaya Jaya He, Madhusoodhana Kaamini Shri Dhanalakshmi, Paalayamaam

Dhanya Lakshmi | Dhanya lakshmi
Dhanya Lakshmi (Sanskrit: धान्य लक्ष्मी, Dhǎnya Lakshmi, “Lakshmi as goddess of grain”) is the giver of agricultural wealth. Wealth of grain, food, nourishment, and health: “Dhanya” means grain. Food is our most basic and most important wealth. We need food to sustain life. Being wealthy means we have abundance of food that keeps us nourished and healthy. She is the Goddess of the Harvest and the Devi who blesses with abundance and success in harvest.

It is said that we become what we eat. The right amount and the right type of food, eaten at the right time and place affects our body and mind positively. With the grace of mother Dhanya Lakshmi one gets all essential nutrients grains, fruits, vegetables and other foods.Goddess Dhanya Lakshmi is eight-armed, in green garments, carries two lotuses, gada (mace), paddy crop, sugarcane, bananas, other two hands in abhaya mudra and varada mudra.Do not waste food or spoil it. Many times they throw more than half of what is made of food and do not even give it to others. Do not do this. Dhanya Lakshmi is to respect food. 

The third of the eight forms of Ashta-Lakshmi is named after Dhanya or food grains, full of natural nutrients and minerals required for a healthy body and mind. On one hand, Dhanya-Lakshmi is the giver of agricultural wealth and, on the other, the all-important nourishment for human beings.

With her divine grace, one can be ensured an abundance of food all year-round. Dhanya-Lakshmi is shown adorned in green garments and with eight hands carrying two lotuses, a mace, a sheaf of paddy, sugarcane, and bananas. The other two hands are in abhaya mudra and varada mudra.

Dhanya-Lakshmi :The lyrics of the hymn dedicated to this form of Lakshmi are:
Ayikali Kalmashanaashini, Kaamini Vaidhika Rooopini, Vedhamaye, Ksheerasamudhbava Mangala Roopini, Mandhranivaasini, Manthramathe, Mangaladhaayini, Ambulavaasini, Dhevaganaashritha Paadhayuthe, Jaya Jaya He, Madhusoodhana Kaamini Dhaanyalakshmi, Jaya, Paalayamaam

Gaja Lakshmi 

Gaja Lakshmi (Sanskrit: गज लक्ष्मी, Gaja Lakshmi, “Elephant Lakshmi”) is the giver of animal wealth, like cattle and elephants. Swami Chidananda interprets Gaja Lakshmi as giver of power of royalty. According to Hindu mythology, Gaja Lakshmi brought back the wealth lost by Indra (king of demi-gods) from the ocean.Gaj' means elephant.It is believed that this form of Goddess Lakshmi helped Indra to regain His kingdom from the depth of the ocean. She is also depicted wirth four arms, two of her hands carry two lotuses and the other two are in Abhaya and Varada mudra.

The Goddess with Gajas or elephants is the most common form where in two tuskers are seen on either side of the goddess pouring water from their trunks over the goddess. This signifies the very aspect of Lakshmi like prosperity, good luck, and abundance.Sage Vyasa writes that Lakshmi came out of the ocean during the churning of the ocean (Samudra Manthan). So she is known as a daughter of the ocean. She came out of the ocean sitting on a full-bloomed lotus and also having lotus flowers in both hands with two elephants by her sides holding beautiful vessels.

The lyrics of the hymn dedicated to this form of Lakshmi are:
Jaya, Jaya, Dhurgathi, Naashini, Kaamini Sarva Phalapradha, Shaastramaye, Rathagajathuraga Padhaathi Samaavrutha Parijanamanditha Lokamathe, Hariharabhrahma Supoojitha Sevitha Thaapanivaarini, Paadhayute, Jaya Jaya He, Madhusoodhana Kaamini Shri Gajalakshmi, Paalayamaam

Santan Lakshmi

Santana Lakshmi (Sanskrit: सन्तान लक्ष्मी, Santāna Lakshmi, “Progeny Lakshmi”) is the Bestower of offspring. Wealth of children, legacy, family, friends, well wishers: “Santan” means children. Goddess Lakshmi symbolizes the social nature of man. We need each other. Children are our wealth. They are our future. The family is the basic unit of people who bring up their children. Life moves forward through its children.'Santan' means children. Santan Lakshmi is the Goddess of progeny and bestower of children. Children are our wealth and the basic unit of a family. So, Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped in the form of Santan Lakshmi to beget children and continue the name of the family. She is depicted carrying a baby in one of her hands, the other hand is in Abhaya mudra and carries a pasha, a sword, and two Kalash in the other hands.
Those who worship this particular form of Sri Lakshmi, known as a Santan Lakshmi, are bestowed with the grace of mother Lakshmi and have wealth in the form of desirable children with good health & long life.

The lyrics of the hymn dedicated to this form of Lakshmi are: 
Jaya, Jaya, Dhurgathi, Naashini, Kaamini Sarva Phalapradha, Shaastramaye, Rathagajathuraga Padhaathi Samaavrutha Parijanamanditha Lokamathe, Hariharabhrahma Supoojitha Sevitha Thaapanivaarini, Paadhayute, Jaya Jaya He, Madhusoodhana Kaamini Shri Gajalakshmi, Paalayamaam

Dhairya Lakshmi
She is worshipped for courage and strength. She is depicted as having eight arms and wears a red sari. With Dhairya patience Lakshmi, life can progress or else it cannot. Whether in business or in job. 

Wealth of patience, strategy, planning, objectivity : “Dhairya” means patience. This wealth gives us the spiritual strength to face good and bad times with equal ease. It signifies the importance of planning and strategy in all our actions so we may move with caution and reach our target each time.
The lyrics of the hymn dedicated to this form of Lakshmi are: 

Jayavaravarshini, Vaishnavi, Bhaargavi Mandhrasvaroopini, Manthramaye, Suraganapoojitha, Sreeghraphalapradha Jnaanavikaasini, Shaastramathe, Bhavabhayahaarini, Paapavimoochani Saadhujanaasritha Paadhayuthe, Jaya Jaya He, Madhusoodhana Kaamini Dhairyalakshmi, Jaya, Paalayamaam

Vijay Laxmi
This form symbolises victory in all endeavours. She endows her devotees with success in all activities during different stages in life. She ensures triumph anywhere, everywhere and at all times.

 Vijaya Lakshmi (Sanskrit: विजय लक्ष्मी, Vijaya Lakshmi, “Victorious Lakshmi”) or Jaya Lakshmi (Sanskrit: जय लक्ष्मी, Jaya Lakshmi, “Victorious Lakshmi”) is the giver of victory, not only in battles but also in conquering hurdles in order to beget success. Wealth of victory, perseverance, courage, and confidence: “Vijay” means victory. This Goddess symbolizes the wealth of courage, confidence, fearlessness and victory. This wealth strengthens our character and keeps us moving along successfully on our life path.Vijay Lakshmi.

Vijaya-Lakshmi Prayer
Jaya, Kamalaasani, Sadhguthi Dhaayini Jnaanavikaasini, Gaanamaye, Anudhina Marchitha Kunkuma Dhoosara Bhooshitha Vaasitha, Vadhyanuthe, Kanakadhaaraasthuthi Vaibhava Vandhitha Shankara Dheshika Maanyapadhe, Jaya Jaya He, Madhusoodhana Kaamini Vijayalakshmi, Paalayamaam

Vidya Lakshmi
She ensures 16 qualities imbibed by a person through education. Education does not only mean knowledge gained from schools or colleges, but also qualities acquired from experience like serenity, absence of vanity, sincerity, adaptability, humility, nobility, magnanimity, charity, equanimity, fixity, simplicity, purity, generosity, regularity, integrity and charity.
Vidya Lakshmi (Sanskrit: विद्या लक्ष्मी, Vidyā Lakshmi, “Knowledge Lakshmi”) is the bestower of knowledge of arts and sciences. Wealth of education, knowledge, skills: “Vidya” means knowledge. To be knowledgeable means that we have skills of various kinds. We have general information about our local, national, and international issues.
'Vidya' means knowledge. To acquire all kinds of knowledge and skills, one must devotedly worship Vidya Lakshmi. She is depicted having six arms, two of her hands in Abhaya and Varada mudra and carrying Shankh, Chakra, bow and arrow and a Kalash in the other four hands.

Vidya-Lakshmi Prayer 

Pranatha Suresvari, Bhaarathi, Vaargavi, Shokavinaashini, Rathnamaye, Manimaya Bhooshitha Karnavibhooshana Shanthisamaavrutha Haasyamukhe Navanithi Dhaayini, Kalimala Haarini Kaamyaphalapradha, Haasyayuthe Jaya Jaya He, Madhusoodhana Kaamini Vidhyaalakshmi, Paalayamaam

These eight types of wealth are all related to each other, each person has these eight wealth in more or less quantity. How much we respect them, use them is up to us. Pprayers to Devi Dhana Lakshmi – adorer is endowed cash and riches.

Prayers to Devi Dhana Lakshmi – adorer is endowed cash and riches.
Prayers to Devi Gaja Lakshmi – adorer is endowed mobile properties i.e. vehicles.
Prayers to Devi Adi Lakshmi – adorer is endowed endless prosperity.
Prayers to Devi Vijay Lakshmi – adorer is endowed success and bravery.
Prayers to Devi Dhairya Lakshmi – adorer is endowed patience and objectiveness.
Prayers to Devi Dhaanya Lakshmi – adorer is endowed food, nourishment and health.
Prayers to Devi Vidya Lakshmi – adorer is endowed knowledge.
Prayers to Devi Santan Lakshmi – adorer is endowed kids and family.

Thus, performing a AshtaLaxmi Puja helps defend a true adorer from failures, poverty, hunger, debts, loss of wealth and pecuniary crunches and difficulties. 

Ashta Laxmi Pujaand Yagna-8 Forms of Lakshmi  Benefits
1.You will receive the divine blessings of the homam.
2.The person who worships the goddess with Ashtalakshmi stotram is blessed with immense happiness, prosperity and wealth in life.
3. Puja Benefits worshipper Peace, and all round prosperity.
4. Praying to Mata Laxmi with devotion will always fulfill Devotees (your) wishes.
5.The main objective of performing the Puja Yagna is of removing negative energies and uplifting your financial well-being, boosting your fortunes.
6.Mata lakshmi is associated with the Venus planet and Friday. Thus, if someone wants to get relief from bad placed Venus in a horoscope. One should worship her.& performing the Homams to enrich positive energy of the ruling planets and to nullify the negative elements shown in the birth chart.

 Mahasiddh Astalaxmi Puja and Homa Puja service includes:
Kalash Sthapana (Ganesh, Devi, ), Swasti Vachan, Sankalp, Ganesh Pujan, Abhishek, Invocation of Astalaxmi,Major Gods and goddess, Laxmi Manorath Purti Stotra, Laxmi Sukutam,Vaibhav Laxmi stotra,Astalaxmi Stotra, Mantra Jaap 2100  recitation, Homa, Aarti,Prasad, Pushpaanjali. This Pooja can be done on Fridays, and on Panchami, Pournami and Amavasya Tithis.

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Short DescriptionThe eight aspects of the goddess are invoked as they are the chief deities of this sacred ritual for accumulating wealth, eliminating debts, solving financial troubles and gaining financial stability. One can perform the yagna for solving financial problems and also recovery of dues.The worship of Mata Lakshmi (popularly known as the Goddess of Wealth) is revered with great respect throughout the year of India on the festival of Diwali. Narayana is the goal and Lakshmi ji is a means to reach them.
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