Special Kumkum / Sindhoor Puja – Goddess Mahalakshmi, Santhosi Ma, Annapurneshwari, Durga and Radha


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Mahalakshmi is a revered form of the goddess Parvathi, also known as Durga or Kali, in Hindu mythology. She is considered the divine mother and embodies feminine power and energy.

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Kumkum / Sindhoor is a red powder that is used in Hinduism to symbolize love, marriage, and prosperity. It is often applied to the forehead, especially by married women.

Kumkum / Sindhoor Puja is a ritual that is performed to honor the goddesses Sanotshima, Lakshmi, Durga, and Radha. It is believed that by applying kumkum / sindhoor to the image or idol of these goddesses, one can receive their blessings and protection.

Benefits of performing Kumkum / Sindhoor Puja:

  • Receiving the blessings of the goddess
  • Attaining love, marriage, and prosperity
  • Overcoming obstacles and challenges
  • Achieving spiritual growth and development


Sanotshima is the goddess of wealth and prosperity. She is often depicted with four arms, each holding a different symbol of prosperity, such as a lotus, a conch shell, a pot of gold, and a garland of flowers.


Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, prosperity, and good fortune. She is often depicted as a beautiful woman sitting on a lotus flower.


Annapurna is the goddess of food and nourishment. She is often depicted as a beautiful woman seated on a lotus flower, with a bowl of rice in one hand and a spoon in the other.


Durga is the goddess of strength, courage, and protection. She is often depicted as a warrior goddess with ten arms, each holding a different weapon.


Radha is the consort of Krishna. She is often depicted as a beautiful young woman who is deeply in love with Krishna.

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Kumkum Puja Goddess Durga, Kumkum Puja Goddess Mahalakshmi, Kumkum Puja Goddess Parvathy, Kumkum Puja Goddess Radha, Kumkum Puja Goddess Sanotshi Ma

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