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Image of the footprints of Laxmi

With Diwali comes Laxmi Pujan; this is probably the most important religious ritual for most.

On the Mahurat for Laxmi Pujan the footprints of Laxmi [Laxmi Charan] are imprinted with a rangoli maker. These footprints are imprinted from the entrance of your house and going to the place of worship.

This is an artistic Image of the footprints of the Goddess of Wealth Laxmi.
Laxmi Charan, the footprints of the Wealth Goddess
Laxmi Charan

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