Varalakshmi Vratham Establishment and decoration of Varamahalakshmi Ammavari Kalasha

On the Friday before the full moon of Shravan , one should wake up at dawn on the day of Varalakshmi Vratam and take an ablution bath. In the northeastern part of the house, a porch should be set up with a mustache. Pour the rice in the mandapam and put the kalash in it. Place the coconut on the pot and decorate it with a red blouse. First, smooth the coconut and make a wide face for the seller. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. Then take a little dry turmeric and sprinkle on it.

Then take the flour and mix it with a little turmeric. Press the paste firmly with your finger to make the seller’s ears and nose. Place the ears first, then the nose on the yellowish part of the coconut. Then mark the eyes on either side of the nose with thin matches. The eyebrows should also be drawn, rice flour for eyebrows, then the bite. Set it aside and take a large bowl to the bowl and tie a stick in the middle of it. Take another milling bowl and tie another small stick so that it is higher to the left and wrap a blouse cloth around it. Place a small mill on a large one and garnish with one-third of the sari as a tuft.

Then the hands should be placed on the seller. Make sure the arm is slightly back and the forearm is slightly forward. The baby should be shaped like a baby pillow so that the mother can stand on the pot. Jewelry should be decorated before placing the mother’s face on the pot. Put a small pot on them like a mother’s medal. Since it is like a necklace, the necklace should be put on. Then place the earrings, nostrils and face on the vase. Then a lightweight crown should be placed over the head.

Then Varalakshmi should be invoked. Varalakshmi should be worshiped with meditative invocation shodashopacharas and ashnottarasata names. Each of the eighty-one hundred names of mothers has a uniqueness. There are 108 stories related to these in the Vedas. In the Brahma Vaivarta, Vishnu, Skanda, Padma and Khanda Puranas, Lakshmidevi mentions Vaibhogam and worship.