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ATM Card Shree Kuber Laxmi Vyapar Vriddhi Yantra - Good Luck, Success
ATM Card Shree Kuber Laxmi Vyapar Vriddhi Yantra - Good Luck, Success
ATM Card Shree Kuber Laxmi Vyapar Vriddhi Yantra - Good Luck, Success
ATM Card Shree Kuber Laxmi Vyapar Vriddhi Yantra - Good Luck, Success

ATM Card Shree Kuber Laxmi Vyapar Vriddhi Yantra - Good Luck, Success

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ATM Card Shree Kuber Laxmi Vyapar Vriddhi Yantra - Good Luck, Success
Laxmi Goddess of Wealth
Laxmi is said to be swarna-hasta meaning golden-handed. As this name suggests the goddess pours out riches to the community. Where there is Laxmi there is Prosperity . Wealth here also includes moral and ethical values, the nobler aspects of life , the power of the mind and intellect . The kind of wealth has to be acquired by a seeker before his initiation into spiritual knowledge. That explain why Laxmi is worshipped before Saraswati during the Devi- puja.
Kubera Lord of Riches
Lord Kubera, also known as Kuber, Kuvera and Dhanpati, is worshipped as the God of Wealth by Hindus. He is known as the Treasurer of Gods who showers riches on those who worship Him with utmost devotion. A benevolent, fair-complexioned divine being of short stature and a pot belly is how Kubera is usually depicted. The meaning of name is believed by some to indicate 'deformed' or 'unpleasant' as His iconography reveals but He is known to keenly shower riches on those who please Him as well as distribute wealth justly to the needy by scattering it from the magic He flies in.
Though His name is not mentioned recurrently and is chiefly conspicuous in the epic Ramayana, He is indisputably an important deity whose presence figures in a number of legends of Hindu mythology. His worship is also widely observed in Buddhism and Jainism. His images and figurines have also been found in lands as distant as Indonesia, Tibet and Vietnam.
The Yantra provides a focal point that is a window into the absolute. When the mind is concentrated on a single, simple object (in this case a Yantra), the mental chatter ceases. Eventually, the object is dropped when the mind can remain empty and silent without help. In the most advanced phases, it is possible to attain union with God by the geometric visualization of a Yantra. The Yantra is like a microcosmic picture of the macrocosm. It is a focusing point and an outer and inner doorway. The Yantras are often focused on a specific deity and so by tuning into the different Yantras you can tap into certain deities or creative force centers in the universe. Yantras are usually designed so that the eye is carried into the center, and very often they are symmetrical. Yantra can be drawn on paper, wood, metal, or earth, or they can be three-dimensional
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