To make this festival more auspicious, you can decorate the house with traditional kalasham. To decorate the Amman, place a wooden plank in the eastern part of the house. Tie a banana leaf to it. You can also place a large plate and rice on it. Then, place a gold, silver, or brass kalasham on top of the rice.
Decorate Amman with Panju thiri malai
On the day of Varalakshmi vratham, devotees decorate their Ammons with rangolis and kalasha, a symbol of Goddess Lakshmi in pujas. On the eastern side of the house, devotees place a small wooden plank with the swastika symbol drawn on it. Then, they place a banana leaf and a thambulam over the rice. After the rice is soaked, the kalasha is placed over the thambulam and the kalasam is offered to Goddess Lakshmi.
After arranging the kalasha, it is time to decorate the Amman with Panju thiri mali. The maavilai thiri malai should be tied to the tabletop. After the decoration of the Amman, it is not recommended to place the Kalasam inside the Mandapam until after the Amman Azhaippu.
Once the kalasha is ready, you can place the pooja items on it. You can place a plate of fruits, flowers, betel leaves, and a small bell. A metal cup filled with water and a spoon is also used for the pooja. You can also place a wooden plank in the Amman, facing east, and decorate the kalashai with rangoli and kolam. The kalashai is also decorated with flowers and jewels, including a mango tree leaf.
Next, you will need a yellow thread. Tie this thread around the Amman. If you are facing east, the thread will be facing to the left. You will also need to place a banana leaf on the door of the amman. Afterwards, you should place a small picture of Amman on the verandah or Swamy’s place. Put on Chandan Kumkum on the Amman’s face and voila!
A small silver pot is used to decorate Amman. It is decorated with kumkum paste, turmeric, mango leaves, flowers, and karugamani bangle. The Amman is then filled with rice and dal. The bangle is then tied around the pot to prevent the pot from falling over.
Tie nonbu kayiru in right hand
For this ritual, married women should tie the non buy kayiru in their right hand, and unmarried girls should tie the non-buy parade in their left hands. Varalakshmi Vratham is the most important day for worshipping Goddess Lakshmi. Worshiping Varalakshmi Amman is considered equivalent to worshiping the goddess Ashtalakshmi. Women are also believed to get boons from the goddess during this auspicious day, and should perform the Varalakshmi Vratham pooja to receive blessings.
Women should tie the nonbu kayiru in the right hand with their husbands or parents. During the Varalakshmi vratham, women are expected to tie the non-buy kayiru in their right hand with their husbands. Women are also expected to tie the nonbu kayiru in the right hand of their husbands or wives.
The non-buy kayiru is an important part of the Varalakshmi Vratham. Before you place the kalasha on the altar, you must perform Varalakshmi alankaram. Make sure your puja vessels are clean and free of debris. Place the kalasha on a wooden table and decorate the goddess’ face with turmeric powder and a flower. If desired, you can also place jewels and other ornaments on the goddess’ face.
As a new devotee, it is important to accept the sacred thread and tie it to your hand. After you have performed dorakagrahana, offer water and flowers to Varalakshmi and chant the following mantra:
Women are supposed to perform the Varalakshmi Vratham on the second Friday of the Shravana month. Men, however, should perform the Varalakshmi Nombu on the second Friday of Shukla Paksha. This should be performed by women on the second Friday before the full moon day in Shukla Paksha.
Tie nonbu kayiru in the left hand
The traditional ceremony of tying nonbu kayiru in lefthand is a beautiful and unique way to decorate a home on the auspicious day of Varalakshmi. This saradu is a string of beads, traditionally tied by women for the auspicious festival of Varalakshmi. It is tied to symbolize purity and is used to protect the home from evil spirits and evil forces.
The Varalakshmi Vratham is performed after Ganapathi Pooja, the Hindu tradition of worshipping Lord Ganesha. Then, women tie nonbu kayiru in left hand and make a small garland with flowers to worship the Varalakshmi goddess.
Varalakshmi vratham preparation begins with preparing the vassal padi. It is then prepared and sprinkled with turmeric. Then, a garland of kalasam, including mango leaves and maakolam, is placed on the pot. It is then decorated with flowers, turmeric powder, and sandal paste. In addition, devotees deck the pot with jewels and cloth.
The festival is also celebrated in some parts of the world. Varalakshmi Vratham is a sacred Hindu Puja and is celebrated by many women throughout southern and northern India. During the festival, the Goddess Varalakshmi appears to Charumathi in a dream and is deemed to grant her boons. This ritual is often performed on the Friday before the full moon in the Tamil month, Sravana.
Tie nonbu kayiru in right hand after Neivedhyam and Deeparathanai
It is customary for married women to tie nonbu kayiru in their right hand after performing the pooja of Varalakshmi, the goddess of wealth. This is done as part of the Deeparathanai ceremony. Married women should tie the non-buy kayiru in the right hand with the help of their husbands. Then, they should perform the Deeparathanai pooja of the camphor-like AARATHI or Neivedhyam.
In Tamil Nadu, non but kayiru is tied in the right hand after Neivedhyam, which is the first ritual in the worship of the goddess. It is believed that this ritual is most auspicious for women who are pregnant. Women who are planning to tie a non-buy kayiru should consult their elders before performing the ritual.