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Laxmi Prapti Totka for Diwali

This is Totka, meaning a remedy to get money and all kinds of wealth from the Lal Kitab. This Totka is practiced on the day of Diwali, the most famous and popular of the Indian festivals. This Laxmi Prapti Totka is simple and straightforward and for the common person, this is the reason why I will describe it here.

This Totka is to be practiced early in the morning on the day of Diwali, before having a bath or brushing the teeth.

A Coconut has to be taken and tied with a rope to a stone. Then the tied Coconut has to be taken to a river or a lake and immersed in the water.

Then a small prayer has to be said to the coconut. The prayer can be something like this - “I have immersed you here in the water, in the evening, I will come back to take you home, please bring Laxmi, along with you”

In the evening, after sunset, the Coconut has to be removed from the water and taken back to the home. The rope and stone have to be removed and the Coconut has to be worshiped with offerings of  flowers, the lighting of a Diya of Pure Ghee, Dhoop/ Agarbatti and scented flowers. The Coconut can also be worshipped along with the prayers and rituals of Laxmi Pujan.

After this, the Coconut has to be kept in the place where money or food grains are stored. This remedy is said to be effective for one year and has to be repeated, if so desired every year.

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  1. Namaste Guruji, please let me know this totka be performed tomorrow or day after tomorrow.

  2. Please advice if it can be a pond? Not flowing water.. just a pond near by a temple. Can I immerse the coconut there?

    1. As stated in the post above it should be immersed in flowing water.

  3. Neelji what should I do with the last diwali coconut which I have been worshiping for an Year.

    1. The Coconut as mentioned in the reply above should be immersed in any flowing water body.


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