Top 3 Best Lakshmi Ganesh Idols for Diwali - Buy Ganesh Laxmi Murti Online (2020)
Diwali or Deepawali, the festival of lights is one of the most awaited events of the entire year. This festival of lights and happiness is incomplete without Laxmi Ganesh idols but ever wonder why do we idolise Laxmi Ganesh, isn’t Diwali supposed to be about Lord Ram?
Today, we will uncover some facts about Diwali, role of Laxmi Ganesh, how should you place the idols and Top 3 Best Lakshmi Ganesh Idols for Diwali that you can buy online. Also, do check out the best decorative LED lights for Diwali, you can use these string lights to add more charm and elegance to your home.
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Why Lakshmi & Ganesha Are Worshipped together on Diwali?
It is a well known fact that Goddess Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity, while on the other hand Lord Ganesha is the God of intelligence and is considered auspicious and remover of obstacles. Now, can you imagine a combination of wealth and prosperity, but without intelligence?
This is because, wealth comes with intelligence and gaining wealth without intelligence will only result in misuse of that money. So, it is said that one must acquire the intelligence to spend wealth in the right manner, which is why, Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are worshipped together and one without the other may not be fruitful.
But Why Lakshmi & Ganesha, not Lord Ram?
As per the holy scriptures, over a period of time Goddess Lakshmi grew arrogant with her powers and the wealth. To teach her a lesson, her husband lord Vishnu told her a woman remains incomplete if she doesn’t bear children and since Lakshmi Ji did not have children, she couldn’t be deemed as a complete woman.
To resolve this, Goddess Lakshmi went to Goddess Parvati hoping she can persuade the Goddess to let her adopt one of her sons. Eventually, Goddess Lakshmi adopted Lord Ganesha and said in order to gain wealth and prosperity, Lord Ganesha will have to be worshipped first.
It is said that on the night on Diwali, Goddess Lakshmi visits each house and blesses everyone with great wealth and prosperity. This is why, we worship Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi on Diwali.
Top 3 Best Lakshmi Ganesh Idols for Diwali (2020)
- Brand Two Moustaches is famous for quality brass products such as Brass Statues, Brass Bullock Cart, Brass Vishnu Shankh etc.
- Made from fine quality brass, avoids deterioration
- Idols can be worshipped for years due to high quality brass
- Easy to clean, simply wipe with wet cloth
- Full and solid back side
- Made in India product
- Dimensions: 6.35 x 6.35 x 7.62 cm
- Weight: 0.68 kg
- Colour: Antique Brown
- Looks spotless, neat and polished
- Material: Real silver plated base material, white metal
- Crafted from metal
- Easy to clean with soft cloth
- 2 years warranty for Silver Finish
- Dimensions: 26 x 5 x 19 cm
- Weight: 0.75 kg
- Packing done in Qualitative Bubble Wrap
- Perfect for gift, self use
- Lakshmi Ganesha statue carved Polyresin by artist
- Elegant texture and antique look
- High quality sturdy idol
- Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 8 cm
- Weight: 0.14 kgs
Where to place Laxmi Ganesh Idols for Diwali?
According to Vastu, north-east corner of your house is the best place for pooja. The pooja or mandir area should face in the east-west direction of the north-east corner so that when you are worshipping, you will face either east or west. You can use a Compass from your phone to find these directions easily.
As far as posture is concerned, though there are conflicting theories, many believe idols should be in the sitting position to bring stability and growth to your wealth. Since Laxmi is the mother of Lord Ganesha, she should always be seated to the right of Ganesha as left position is meant for the wife.
Editor's Note - Happy Diwali 2020
The year 2020 has not exactly been like a fairytale for majority of us. Let’s hope this year’s Diwali brings a beam of hope and happiness for everyone all around the world. Meanwhile, you and I can also contribute by not burning crackers and making it a pollution free Diwali. In addition to this, donate food, clothes, blankets etc to the needy and help everyone celebrate this beautiful festival.