Ashta Vaibhav Laxmi Chowki
Ashta Vaibhav Laxmi Chowki has been designed to give extra power to abode of Laxmi i.e, Sriyantra. This chowki contains a beautiful and holy Sriyantra the power of which has been consolidated with the images of Ashtalaxmi and an idol of goddess Laxmi. The word Sriyantra is composed of two words “Sri” meaning wealth and “Yantra” meaning instrument, therefore, rightly known as- “The Instrument for wealth” as it is auspicious tool for attainment of worldly comforts and fulfillment of all wishes indeed. One can get rid of his / her problems and change life for the better with the continuous use of it. By worshiping Ashta Vaibhav Laxmi one gets rid off obstacles, stress, anxiety and depression. It blesses the worshiper with fame, power, financial gain, peace, harmony, beauty and knowledge.
Ashta Vaibhav Laxmi is definitely the answer to all the problems and negativity in our life. It brings spiritual as well as materialistic growth. This yantra of Laxmi ji picks up particular cosmic ray waves emitted by the planets and other universal objects and transforms them into constructive vibrations. These are then transmitted to the surroundings where the Sriyantra is placed thus destroying all destructive forces within the vicinity.
It removes all negative energies from the surrounding area. It has the power of several temples and places of pilgrimages. The mere Darshana of this Chowki is considered highly auspicious.
Scriptures say that-
Mahashodashdanani Kritwa Yeh Labhatey Phalam, Tatphalam Sheeghramapnoti Kritwa Srichakradarshanam. Sardhatikotiteertheshu Snatwa Yatphalmashnutey, Labhatey Tatphalam Sakrit kritwa sriyantraDarshanam.
Recite following Mantra for worshipping it- "Om Lalitadevyai Namah" Or " Om Mahalaxmyai Namah"
It is believed that Laxmi never leaves that place where Sriyantra is worshipped by chanting Srisuktam, Laxmi Suktam, Saudaryalahiri, Lalitasahastranaam, Lalitatrishati etc daily and kept at place of worship with Parad Shivlinga, Ekaksheey Nariyal, Shwetark Ganpati, 14 faced Rudraksha, Rosary of Lotus beads and Dakshinavarti Shankh.