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Padma Laxmi Mantra

Padma translated into English from Sanskrit means Lotus. Padma is another name of the Hindu Goddess of wealth, prosperity and beneficial influences Laxmi.

According to Indian mythology Laxmi is said to have manifested in the form of a Lotus. Laxmi is more often than not seen seated on a Lotus, holding the Lotus in her hands or wearing a garland of Lotuses.

Padma Laxmi Mantra for Money
Padma Laxmi Mantra
The Lotus symbolizes the Satvik [purity] element in nature. The basic nature of Laxmi is Satvik or pure. Hence the worship of Laxmi is best practiced the Satvik way

The mantra which I have given here is the Padma Laxmi Mantra, to bring in the beneficial influences of Laxmi into your life the Satvik way. This mantra is best recited 108 times daily or one Mala; preferably at dusk.


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  1. Namaskar,

    Can this mantra also be chanted to have success in new business?
    I know it is a satvik mantra but I feel if Goddess Lakshmi gets pleased, her blessings will solve everything.

    Thank you.

    Regards
    Aradhana

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    1. Sure, this is a great Mantra to get the blessings of Laxmi for all purposes, including success in any new business.

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  2. Thank you very much for replying.

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  3. I have to stay in office till 7pm. So can I chant this mantra in my office? I am working in a private organization.

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