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Sri Mahalakshmi Ashtakam

Lakshmi Devi is the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity and is one of the most worshiped Hindu goddesses.

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The Hindu months of Margasira and Sravana are considered very dear to Lakshmi Devi and she is worshiped by the devotees during these months.

Know the importance of Margasira Masam and Sravana Masam.

Chant Lakshmi Ashtotaram, Ashtakam and Sahasranamam while worshiping Lakshmi Devi in these auspicious months. These stotrams and Ashtakams are very powerful mantras which are very effective.

Here is Sri Mahalakshmi Ashtakam. You can recite 'Kanaka Mahalakshmi Namostute' at the end of every second line, for reciting Kanaka Maha Laskshmi Ashtakam.

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Namastestu MahaaMaaye SriPeethesura Poojite
Sankha Chakra GadaHaste Mahalakshmi Namostute

Nameste Garudaroode Dolasura Bhayankari
SarvaPaapa Hare Devi Mahalakshmi Namostute

Sarvagyen SarvaVarade SarvaDushta Bhayankari
SarvaDukha HareDevi Mahalakshmi Namostute

SiddhiBuddhi PradeDevi BhuktiMukti  Pradayani
MantraMoote SadaaDevi Mahalakshmi Namostute

AadyantaRahite Devi AadiSakti Maheswari
Yogagyen YogaSambhute Mahalakshmi Namostute

SthulaSookshme MahaRoudre MahaSakti Mahodare
MahaPaapa HareDevi Mahalakshmi Namostute

Padmasana SthiteDevi ParamBrahma Swaroopini
Paramesi JaganMaataar Mahalakshmi Namostute

SwetaamBaradhare Devi Naanaalankara Bhooshite
JagatSthite JaganMaata Mahalakshmi Namostute

MahaLakshmyashtakam Stotram Yah: PathetBhaktiMaannara:
SarvaSiddhi Mavapnoti Raajyam Prapnoti SarvaDa

Ekakaale Pathennityam MahaPaapa Vinasanam
Dwikaalam Yah: Pathennityam DhanaDhaanya Samanvitam

Trikaalam Yah: Pathennityam MahaSatru Vinasanam
Sri Mahalakshmir Bhavennityam Prasanna Varada Bhava

 Sri Kanaka Mahalakshmi temple in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh is one of the famous Lakshmi temples in India where the Hindu month of Margasira is celebrated with much fervor. The temple is crowded with devotees on Thursdays of the auspicious Margasira masam.

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