Varalakshmi Vratam is the most precious Pooja celebrated by most of the Hindu women in India. This festival is mainly celebrated in Sravana Masam. In Sravana Masam, the Varalakshmi Vratam is celebrated on Friday. In the month of Sravanamasam, there will be 4 Fridays. People usually celebrate this festival on any Friday in Sravanamasam. While most of the people make Varalakshmi Vratam on 2nd Friday of Sravana Masam. By worshipping goddess Lakshmi people believes that all the good things will happen to their lives. Also, the Varalakshmi Vratam will be celebrated for the longevity of the husbands. All Hindu wives are going to celebrate this Varalakshmi Vratam to offer all wellness to their family. On the occasion of Varalakshmi Vratam, people used to do pooja for Ashta Lakshmi, that is the goddess of Peace, Learning, Wealth, Pleasure, Earth, Fame, Love, and Strength. The Varalakshmi Vratam is celebrated by Telugu people in both the states Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Also, other states people like people of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu etc will also observe this festival.
On the occasion of Varalakshmi Vratam ladies mainly does fasting for the whole day and prays the god for wellness. The Sravanamasam will end on Friday before full moon day (Poornima) in the Sravana Masam. This year the 2nd week of Sravanamasam falls on 4th August. People who wish to celebrate the Varalakshmi vratam can celebrate on this day. We shall clearly observe the Varalakshmi Vratam Pooja vidhi, muhurtham, timings and other important information in this article.
Varalakshmi Vratam Pooja Vidhanam, Muhurtham, and Process
On the day of Varalakshmi Vratam, pooja will be celebrated for Goddess Lakshmi to give all wellness in life. Most probably the pooja will be done on the Pradosha Kalam to beat all troubles.
On this day ladies used to do fasting, and make Pooja to Goddess Lakshmi and distributes tambulam to other ladies involved in the pooja. The pooja will be celebrated in the evening time. During the pooja the fruits, flowers will be offered to goddess Lakshmi. The pooja will be done with turmeric, sandal, sindhur, and akshtas. During Pooja time the Kalasam will be arranged. By chanting the mantras of Goddess Lakshmi the pooja will be done. Ashtalakshmi stotram will be mainly chanted while performing pooja. After completing of the whole pooja prasadam and harathi will be offered to Goddess Lakshmi. Hence the pooja will be completed. So, people performing Vratam on 4th August can check the timings of Vara Lakshmi Vratam from here.
Simha Lagna Puja Muhurat = 06:44 to 09:01 (morning)
Duration = 2 Hours 17 Minutes
Vrishchika Lagna Puja Muhurat = 13:37 to 15:56 (afternoon)
Duration = 2 Hours 18 Minutes
Kumbha Lagna Puja Muhurat = 19:42 to 21:10 (evening)
Duration = 1 Hour 27 Minutes
Vrishabha Lagna Puja Muhurat = 24:10+ to 26:05+ (midnight)
Duration = 1 Hour 55 Minutes