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Today is Lakshmi Puja in Bengal. And in many other parts in India. An auspicious, full-moon night.
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We invoke and worship Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. But to many, she is actually the goddess who blesses us with fulfillment. And the fulfillment is not necessarily about wealth. It could be about anything you desire in your life: You desire something and you aspire something. And you work hard to achieve it.
With your passion and hard work, Goddess Lakshmi is going to bless you ;anchali the final, divine touch, so that you can achieve it. The full moon day of Ashvin sixth month of Bengali lunar calendar is called Kojagari Purnimaa day when people stay up all night, observing fasts.
They know who they are. Women fast more than men do.
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Unlike the Durga or Kali puja, the worship of Lakshmi is a soft, subtle one. They beat the drum and beat the metal gong with the iron hammer, maybe, but perhaps only once or twice during the actual, peak hours of the puja ceremony, when the priest invites them to do it.
Then, they read folk poetry, called Lakshmi Panchalidedicated to the goddess and her divine deeds. In Bengal, no religious ceremony is complete without a sumptuous food. But again, unlike Durga or Kali puja, the puja offering is totally vegetarian.
Hand-made flour bread called Luchipotato curry, and sweets dominate the after-puja meals for the devotees, and onlookers. We used to organize community pujas when we were boys playing around on Calcutta streets way back when. We would go from door to door to collect small donations from neighbors.
And then, we would stay up all night to celebrate, defying our parents not to catch a late-night, autumn cold. Skip to content October 7, October 26, onefinalblog 4 Comments. Village woman in Bengal decorating her simple courtyard with Alpana. At least, not complicated in my book. My religion is simple, sans the complexities. Goddess Lakshmi and her companion the big white owl. Oh, was it fun! Especially the food part!