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The “Diwali” festival is celebrated as the festival of lights and victory of ram over evil Lanka king Ravana, his triumphant return to his home. It was considered a holy auspicious time by all businessmen in India to start any new endeavor.

This festival of Diwali is a special day for everyone. The Diwali festive means wearing new clothes, giving sweets and making get-togethers. Bursting fireworks at night. In people’s life, Diwali has an extraordinary place in their hearts. Not any festival has that same place, Diwali has always been a special celebration in Hinduism.

Diwali has 5 days to celebrate starting with Dhanteras and ending with Bhai dooj. As part of Diwali celebrations, the business community worships Laxmi for wisdom and prosperity for their business as well as for-profits. Many people have to do Laxmi puja at home behind the reason is she helps remove the troubles that prevent people from moving on the spiritual path.

To impress the goddess Laxmi make prasadam recipes and offered her for getting luck, wealth, and blessings. I will help you to make some unique and pure Varalakshmi Vratham Prasadam at home. I have a collection of Varalakshmi Vratham Prasadam Lists to make Instant Prasadam recipes.

These Lakshmi Pooja Prasadam recipes are easy to make and have simple steps to make with fewer ingredients. Also, you get Lakshmi Puja Sweets Recipe’s collection here. So, you can make homemade Diwali or Lakshmi Puja Sweets Recipes without any effort.

Without these Varalakshmi Vratham Naivedyam [Lakshmi Pooja Prasadam] Laxmi puja is incomplete. Make Lakshmi Pooja Prasadam Recipes and Lakshmi Puja Sweets Recipes at home with my Varalakshmi Vratham Naivedyam List.

When we worship goddess Laxmi, we have an offer and give prasadam or naivedyam to goddess Laxmi. Goddess Lakshmi loves special recipes made with milk, brown sugar, rice, coconut, dal, and ghee. For this reason, I have listed all the special dishes for each state’s Varalakshmi festival. If you are choosing naivedyam or prasadam, we hope that this list will be helpful.