Ratlam Famous Shri Mahalakshmi Temple, Decor, Kuber, Treasure. Decorated with bundles of diamonds and jewels and notes Ma’s court
Ratlam: .INDIA \ 22Oct 2022 \ By Hardik Wasanwal
Ratlam, October 22. This time also Kuber’s treasure has been decorated in the famous Mahalaxmi temple located at Manak Chowk, which has gained international fame for its valuable decorations on Diwali. Devotees are thronging to visit the temple on Dhanteras. The temple is decorated with diamonds and gems and notes.
The famous Mahalaxmi temple is famous all over the country for the wealth of crores of rupees decorated by the devotees in the court of Goddess Lakshmi. Here devotees from not only Ratlam district, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Gujarat send their wealth and wealth to decorate in the court of Mahalakshmi. In which from the bundles of cash notes to diamonds and precious gems are included. Devotees believe that by decorating one’s wealth in the court of Goddess Lakshmi for 5 days, one gets the blessings of Mahalakshmi.
Arrangements have been made for the general public to visit Mahalakshmi as in the earlier years. For which the crowd of devotees has started gathering in the temple premises since the morning of Dhanteras.
This temple of famous Mata Lakshmi has been established since the princely period. On the occasion of Deepawali, on the day of Dhanteras, gold and silver and jewelery from the royal treasury were offered to the mother by Maharaja Ratan Singh Rathore in the court of the mother. Since then it has become the tradition of Mahalaxmi temple. Where people offer their wealth and wealth for decoration in the temple of Mata Lakshmi.
It is believed that the wealth raised in the court of the mother is blessed. The money and wealth offered by the devotees to the temple are returned to them after Diwali. In the Mahalaxmi Mata Temple located in Manak Chowk, Ratlam, Lord Ganesha and Goddess Saraswati are also enshrined along with Maa Mahalakshmi i.e. Riddhi Siddhi, prosperity and learning together. Devotees from all over the city including the city come to see the treasures of Kubera adorning the Deepotsav.