Offer Arua rice to the Lord Shankar and buy broom in Dhanteras.

Dhanteras

Buying broom on the auspicious day of Dhanteras is said to be auspicious. broom is said to be the form of Lakshmi. broom removes poverty as well as cleaning the garbage in the house. According to tradition, buying broom and bringing it home on Dhanteras gets rid of debt.

The festival of Dhanteras is celebrated on the Triodashi Tithi of Krishna Paksya in the month of Kartik. According to tradition, Lord Dhanwantari appeared on this day from churning ocean. From that day onwards, Troyodashi Tithi is celebrated as Dhan Troyodashi meaning Dhanteras. Lakshmi, Kuber, Ganesh are specially worshiped on this day. It is believed that buying gold, silver and other things on this day brings good luck.

On this day, bring home a large handmade broom. Tie a white thread around this jar. By doing this, one gets the special grace of Maalakshmi and increases one’s wealth. Deficiency is eliminated. Buy 3, 5 or 7 broom on Dhanteras.

Offer Arua rice to the Lord Shankar and buy broom in Dhanteras.
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Clean the pooja house on the day of Dipavali with the broom bought on Dhanteras. On the day of Dhanteras, put Haldi and Sindur on the broom and tie it with a white thread and then use it. This leads to increase in wealth and good fortune.

Monday is dedicated to Lord Shankar.

Lord Mahadev is specially worshiped on this day. But there are some simple ways, by which you can get rid of financial problems.

Offer whole or a handful of arua rice to Lord Shiva Shankar. Due to this, financial problems are eliminated and wealth increases.

Offer black rashi to Lord Shankar. This gives mental and physical peace. Diseases are cured.

Offering hard pulses to the Lord brings happiness.

Offer Arua rice to the Lord Shankar and buy broom in Dhanteras.
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Offer wheat to the lord delaying marriage. By offering a yellow mug to the Shiva linga, the wishes of the devotees are fulfilled.

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