The Goddess Mahalakshmi has a special place in the Jain Religion, the Ambabai Temple also called as the Mahalakshmi Mandir Kholapur and one of the Shakti Peeths has a strong Jain influence, which is evident from the architecture of the temple.
Both the Jain Mahalakshmi Mantra Chants serve the same purpose and it is sufficient to chant anyone of these two Mantras.
Anyone desiring to practice the chanting of these Mantras can chant them for 7 or 11 recitations daily in the morning or at dusk time. Those who wish to preform a Sadhana can light Dhoop/Deep and sit down comfortably before an Idol or Photograph of Mahalaxmi Devi and chant any one of the two Mantra for 108 Mantra Chants. The Kamalgatta Counting Mala is best suitable for this kind of Mantra Sadhana.
ॐ कमल वासिनि कमल वासी महालक्ष्म्यै राज्य में देव रक्षे स्वाहा ||
Om Kamal Vaasini Kamal Vaasi Mahalakshmyai Raajya Mem Dev Rakshe Swaha ||
ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं क्लीं महालक्ष्म्यै नमः | ॐ नमो भगवऊ गोमयस्स, सिध्दस्स, बुध्दस्स, अक्षीणस्स भास्वरी ह्रीं नमः स्वाहा ||
Om Hreem Shreem Kleem Mahalakshmyai Namah | Om Namo Bhagavau Gomayassa, Sidhdassa, Budhdassa, Aakshinassa Bhaasvari Hreem Namah Swaha ||
Note- Hygiene and cleanliness is a must, these qualities are essential in any form of Laxmi Sadhana and ladies should not practice these Sadhanas during the continuance of the Monthly Cycle.