Lakshmi Trends on Twitter: Check Out Interesting Facts Discussed on Social Media This Dhanteras
Today is Dhanteras. And the social media is celebrating this special Diwali day by trending goddess Lakshmi. From wishing everyone Happy Diwali to sharing memes, the Twitter community is thoroughly enjoying this discussion on the social media platform.
Goddess Lakshmi represents wealth. That is why almost everyone who believes in the Hindu religion will make sure that something special is purchased today to be worshipped on Lakshmi Puja tomorrow. A user shared a funny meme of Paresh Rawal and captioned it, “On Diwali you’ll find the staunchest atheists worshipping Goddess Lakshmi because…bilkul ricks nahi lene ka.”
On Diwali you'll find the staunchest atheists worshipping Goddess Lakshmi because… pic.twitter.com/BSNMXVqfT6
— Rani Chandravati (@TheShuchiSingh) November 13, 2020
In reply, another user said, “Sahi hai.. Kuch bhi ho sakta hai.. Have a hopeful Diwali.”
Sahi hai.. Kuch bhi ho sakta hai.. Have a hopeful diwali 😄😊🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/gQoEdKWMUg
— bharat b (@bharat27_) November 13, 2020
Famous Indian Mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik Asks a Relevant Question on Lakshmi
Famous Indian mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik seems to wonder why people seem to neglect Goddess Saraswati and only favor Lakshmi. In his Twitter post, the author of many books based on mythology wrote, “Why does an unlearned rich and powerful man see himself as superior to a poor and powerless learned man? ….why has post-industrial society made wealth/power the measure of “success” and rejected “learning” ?…. why is Saraswati so rejected unless she enables Lakshmi/Durga?”
Why does an unlearned rich and powerful man see himself as superior to a poor and powerless learned man? ….why has post-industrial society made wealth/power the measure of "success" and rejected "learning" ?…. why is Saraswati so rejected unless she enables Lakshmi/Durga? pic.twitter.com/WDiw2HnIrP
— Devdutt Pattanaik (@devduttmyth) November 13, 2020
To this, a user replied, “If we keep chasing Lakshmi, she may never oblige but if we go & sit with Saraswati and please her, we may find Lakshmi right there. — Strive for Knowledge, Endure the Pain.”
— Piyush Chaudhry (@piyushchaudhry) November 13, 2020
From Goddess Lakshmi made from wood to her painting in saree, netizens shared multiple pictures and images of the goddess of wealth.
#Lakshmi The Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Fm Rajasthan 1900; Wood, At Philadelphia Museum.
— Lokinder Bisht (@BishtLokinder) November 13, 2020
Goddess Lakshmi ! Who gave this saree look to our Goddesses ? Hint. A painter ? pic.twitter.com/WnrXSbX6U2
— Vins (@vinayverma99) November 13, 2020
Only temple where Mother Durga is worshiped in 3 forms in a day
Chottanikara Bhagavati Temple, Kerala, the Divine Mother known as Rajarajeswari is worshipped in 3 forms a day; Saraswathy in the morning, Lakshmi at noon and Durga in the evening. pic.twitter.com/IlogOzZaQa
— Anu Satheesh (@AnuSatheesh5) November 8, 2020
— Mandi (@MandiKiJatra) November 12, 2020
A few pledged to use only Indian products this Diwali and support Narendra Modi’s Local4Diwali campaign. A user wrote, “This Diwali we will worship “Lakshmi Mata” with Indian made products so that our country can be blessed with prosperity. If you are using Chinese products then you are actually passing the blessings of “Lakshmi Mata” to China. Think!”
This Diwali we will worship "Lakshmi Mata" with Indian made products so that our country can be blessed with prosperity.
If you are using Chinese products then you are actually passing the blessings of "Lakshmi Mata" to China.
@amitmalviya #Local4Diwali pic.twitter.com/qbfGDPK8Yg
— Pradeep Mahaur (@Pradeep_Mahaur) November 9, 2020
In Varanasi of Uttar Pradesh, there is not only to repel mosquitoes from cow dung but a statue of Lakshmi and Ganesh will also be made. vg #हिन्दू_दीपावली_हिन्दू_सामानhttps://t.co/Zlv1EHlXLU pic.twitter.com/aqIy1UEDd1
— वीरेंद्र गुप्ता प्रशासक समिति (@Virendr36221258) November 7, 2020
Spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar discussed how inner purity can help all to lead a good life. He wrote, “Lakshmi (Abundance) comes where there is inner and outer purity. Inner purity comes with Meditation and Pranayama. Happy Dhanteras!”
— The Art of Living (@ArtofLiving) November 13, 2020
Many others wished Happy Diwali and Happy Dhanteras.
May this Dhanteras Celebration endow you with prosperity and opulence. Endless Happiness comes at your doorsteps. Dear Goddess Lakshmi and Dear Dhan Kuber Maharaj Please Bless everyone with Good Health, Wealth & Fortune on the divine occasion of Dhanteras #HappyDhanteras2020 pic.twitter.com/WyiJOsEifb
— J. (@_EquityTrader) November 13, 2020
_May Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Kuber endow you with wealth prosperity and opulence in abundance._
*Happy Dhanteras!* pic.twitter.com/0nxgGViSJl
— RK Sharma (@Rksharm19803735) November 12, 2020