Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - A3040-02

Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - A3040-02

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Lakshmi Kubera Kavacham in Telugu లక్ష్మీ కుబేర కవచం - డాలర్
Lakshmi Kubera Dollar in Tamil லட்சுமி குபேர டாலர்
                                                                                                                       
Our Address : Bakthitoday Pavithra Saamagri Parisodhana Nilayam, Balabharathi Nilayam, New No. 49, Rangarajapuram Main Road, Kodambakkam, Chennai – 600024

Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar is a red carpet welcome to money, wealth, good fortunes and prosperity! Lord Kubera and Goddess Lakshmi symbolize material wealth and riches. When you worship them, you will begifted with all luxuries and riches.
The power lines of the Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar can sweep away your misfortunes and pour monetary gains into your life. When you attain the blessings of the Banker in Heaven and Goddess of Wealth, there is nothing difficult to procure in this material world!
Kubera, the Banker in Heaven, and Lakshmi, the Goddess of riches, will doubly energize you with their powers and energy. You will be invigorated with their divine energy which will drive you to the peak of success and happiness. Retain the God and the Goddess at your place forever by possessing the Lakshmi Kubera Kavach – Dollar. The powerful radiations of the Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar will bring about positivity and magnetize all manner of riches towards you. The geometric patterns on the Yantra will amplify your sources of income, and you can receive monetary gains from unexpected sources as well. You will enjoy a stabilized financial position, and there will be no room for financial crunches at all. Fulfilling your material desires will no longer be a challenging task to accomplish when you own the Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar
Mantra for Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar Om Shreem Lakshmi Kuberaya Namaha
Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar is a great cosmic conductors of energy, an antenna of Nature, a powerful tool for harmony, prosperity, success, good health, yoga and meditation! Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar consist of a series of geometric patterns. The eyes and mind concentrate at the center of the Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar to achieve higher levels of consciousness. Yantras are usually made out of copper.
Periodically wash the Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar with rose water or milk. Then, rinse it with water and wipe it to dry. The Lakshmi Kubera Kavach – Dollar’s color may change over a period of time; however this does not dilute the power of the Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar.
Place rounded dots of sandalwood paste in the center of the Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar.
Chant the Mantra above touching Lakshmi Kubera Kavach - Dollar preferably after showering.
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The Puranas and the epics Mahabharata and Ramayana grant Kubera unquestioned godhood. Kubera also acquired the status of the "Lord of riches" and the wealthiest Deva. He also becomes a Loka-pala ("world protector") and guardian (dik-pala) of the North direction, although he is also sometimes associated with the East. Kubera's status as a Loka-pala and a dik-pala is assured in the Ramayana, but in the Mahabharata, some lists do not include Kubera. Thus, Kubera is considered a later addition to the original list of Loka-palas, where the gods Agni or Soma appear in his place. This status, the Ramayana records, was granted to Kubera by Brahma—the creator-god and father of Pulastya—as a reward for his severe penance. Brahma also conferred upon Kubera the riches of the world (Nidhis), "equality with gods", and the Pushpaka Vimana, a flying chariot. Kubera then ruled in the golden city of Lanka, identified with modern-day Sri Lanka. The Mahabharata says that Brahma conferred upon Kubera the lordship of wealth, friendship with Shiva, godhood, status as a world-protector, a son called Nalakubera / Nalakubara, the Pushpaka Vimana and the lordship of the Nairratad emons.
Both the Puranas and the Ramayana feature the half-blood siblings of Kubera. Vishrava, Kubera's father, also married the Rakshasa (demon) princessKaikesi, who mothered four Rakshasa children :  Ravana, the chief antagonist of the Ramayana, Kumbhakarna, Vibhishana and Soorpanaka. TheMahabharata regards Vishrava as the brother of Kubera, so Kubera is described as the uncle of Ravana and his siblings. It records that when Kubera approached Brahma for the favour of superseding his father Pulastya, Pulastya created Vishrava. To seek the favour of Vishrava, Kubera sent three women to him, by whom Vishrava begot his demon children. Ravana, after acquiring a boon of Brahma, drove Kubera away from Lanka and seized his Pushpaka Vimana, which was returned to Kubera after Ravana's death. Kubera then settled on Gandhamandana mountain, near Mount Kailash — the cosmological abode of the god Shiva—in the Himalayas. Sometimes, Kailash itself is called Kubera's residence. His city is usually called Alaka or Alaka-puri ("curl-city"), but also Prabha ("splendour"), Vasudhara ("bejeweled") and Vasu-sthali ("abode of treasures"). There, Kubera had a grove called Caitraratha, where the leaves were jewels and the fruits were girls of heaven. There is also a charming lake called Nalini in the grove. Kubera is often described as a friend of Shiva in the epics. The Padma Purana says that Kubera prayed to Shiva for many years, and Shiva granted him the kingship of Yakshas.
A description of Kubera's magnificent court appears in the Mahabharata as well as the Meghaduta. Here, Gandharvas and Apsaras entertain Kubera. Shiva and his wife Parvati often frequent Kubera's court, which is attended by semi-divine beings like the VidyadharasKimpurushas; Rakshasas;Pishachas; as well as Padma and Shankha; personified treasures (nidhi); and Manibhadra, Kubera's chief attendant and chief of his army. Like every world-protector, Kubera has seven seers of the North in residence. Alaka is recorded to be plundered by Ravana once, and attacked by the Pandava prince, Bhima once. Kubera'sNairrata army is described to have defeated king Mucukunda, who then defeated them by the advice of his guru VashishtaShukra, the preceptor of the demons, is also recorded to have defeated Kubera and stolen his wealth. Another major tale in the scriptures records how Kubera entertained the sage Ashtavakra in his palace.
Kubera is the treasurer of the gods and overlord of the semi-divine Yakshas, the Guhyakas, Kinnaras and Gandharvas, who act as his assistants and protectors of the jewels of the earth, as well as guardians of his city. Kubera is also the guardian of travelers and the giver of wealth to individuals, who please him. The Rakshasas also serve Kubera, however, some cannibalisticRakshasas are described to have sided with Ravana in the battle against Kubera. Kubera also developed as minor marriage-divinity. He is invoked with Shiva at weddings and is described asKameshvara ("Lord of Kama – pleasure, desire etc."). He is associated with fertility of the aquatic type.
The Puranas and the Mahabharata record that Kubera married Bhadra ("auspicious"), or Kauberi ("wife of Kubera"), daughter of the demon Mura. She is also called Yakshi – a female Yaksha andCharvi ("splendour"). They had three sons: Nalakubara ("Reed-axle"), Manigriva ("Bejewled-neck") or Varna-kavi ("Colourful poet"), and Mayuraja ("king of animals resembling men"); and a daughter called Minakshi ("fish-eyed"). The Mahabharata calls his wife Riddhi ("prosperity") and Nalakubara his son. The goddess of wealth Lakshmi is sometimes described as his consort.
As the treasurer of the riches of the world, Kubera is prescribed to be worshipped. Kubera also credited money to the god Venkateshwara (a form of the god Vishnu) for his marriage withPadmavati. In remembrance of this, the reason devotees go to Tirupati to donate money in Venkateshwara's Hundi ("Donation pot"), is so that he can pay it back to Kubera. Kubera is worshipped with Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth during Diwali, which is primarily dedicated to her – usually on the Dhanteras day.
While Kubera still enjoys prayers as the god of wealth, his role is largely taken by the god of wisdom, fortune and obstacle-removal, Ganesha, with whom he is generally associated.
Kubera (SanskritकुबेरPali/later Sanskrit: Kuvera) also spelt Kuber, is the Lord of wealth and the god-king of the semi-divine Yakshas in Hindu mythology. He is regarded as the regent of the North (Dik-pala), and a protector of the world (Lokapala) His many epithets extol him as the overlord of numerous semi-divine species and the owner of the treasures of the world. Kubera is often depicted as a fat man, adorned with jewels and carrying a money-pot or money-bag, and a club.
Kubera acquired the status of a Deva (god) only in the Puranas and the Hindu epics. The scriptures describe that Kubera once ruled Lanka, but was overthrown by his demon stepbrother Ravana, later settling in the city of Alaka in the Himalayas. Descriptions of the "glory" and "splendours" of Kubera's city are found in many scriptures.
Kubera has also been assimilated into the Buddhist and Jain pantheons. In Buddhism, he is known as Vaisravana, the patronymic used of the Hindu Kubera and is also equated with Pañcika, while in Jainism, he is known as Sarvanubhuti.

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