In Hindu mythology Kubera is the God of Wealth and regarded as the regent of the North. He acts as a protector of the world. There is a great misconception in Hindu mythology that Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth but in reality Kubera is the God of wealth and Lakshmi is the Goddess of fortune.
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In Puranas He is depicted as a fat man wearing lots of jewellery. He is seen to carry a bag of gold coins, a pomegranate and a club. In Sanskrit, Kuber means ill-shaped or deformed and His deformities consist of three legs, one eye and eight teeth.
According to the Vishnudharmottara Purana, Kubera is the incarnation of both Artha and Arthashastras. Artha means wealth, prosperity and glory. Arthashastras means the treatises related to it and his iconography mirrors. The complexion is like that of lotus leaves and He rides a man which is state personified. He is adorned in golden clothes and ornamented with lots of jewels that symbolize His wealth. He wears armour and His left eye is yellow in colour and a necklace that goes down to His large belly.
It is also described in this Purana that His face is inclined to the left with a beard and moustache. Two small tusks are present that remains protruding from the ends of His mouth that reveals His power to punish and to bestow favours. Riddhi, the wife of Kubera, is seated on His lap with her left hand placed on the back of Kubera and her right hand holding a bag of jewels.
In Jain Purana, Lord Kubera has been described as a drunkard. It is being signified by the nectar vessel holding in His hand and covered with gold and multicoloured attributes.
In the Vedas He is originally described as the chief of evil spirits. But in the Puranas and Hindu epics only Kubera acquired the status of God. Kubera got settled in Alaka city in the Himalayas. But before that He once ruled over Lanka from where He was overthrown by Ravana, His demon step brother.
Kubera is the only God who is worshipped by all the three religions of India that is, Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. According to myths, God Kubera was the mental grandson of Lord Brahma and made Kubera immortal. He also gave Kubera the car Pushpak for his vehicle as a reward. The car was of immense size but it was taken away by Ravana and after the death of Ravana, Rama took it and returned to its owner.
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On the Dhanteras day before Diwali, Lord Kubera is worshipped by the Hindu as a bestower of riches and as a treasurer of wealth along with Goddess Lakshmi. The Buddhists worship Kubera as the guardian of North. In the Buddhist religion He is also known as Jambhala that came from the word jambhara meaning lemon and also because He carries lemon on one of His hands. The mongoose is the characteristic symbol of Lord Kubera which is often shown vomiting jewels.
It is said to Lord Balaji or Venkateswara at Thirupathi have Borrowed money from Kubera for his marriage and he is still giving the interest on the loan amount. Hence it would see that lord Venkateswara will be in safety during the ashadmasa.
Kubera is the God of prosperity and other sophisticated things. So doing worship to kubera will enhance one’s life. However that is not sufficient to get lord Kuber bless. To have a wealthy and comfortable the life one has to perform Sri Lakshmi Kubera Pooja only. There are Mantras and Vidhis to perform worshipped of God. They are to be strictly followed. Pooja performed on Pournima and “Amavasaha” days in November will give very good results.
Lord Kubera Mantra
Kuber is the lord of wealth, that is Kuber Deva is considered the god of wealth. He is the Treasurer of the Gods. He is also the only owner of all wealth exist on earth. Kuber is also a beloved worshipper of Lord Shiva. By the grace of them, anybody can becomes the riches. Due to being the god of wealth you can become the owner of wealth after appeasing them by chanting mantra.
Popular Kubera Mantra To Attract Money and wealth
Kubera mantra benefits
This mantra of Kuber and goddess Lakshmi is to give all the superiority of life like Aishwarya, wealth, Divya, good position, happiness prosperity, Business Growth, Ashta Siddhi, Neo Nidhi, Economic growth, Children’s Happiness, Best Health, Age Growth, and is able to give all physical happiness. On any Friday of the Shukla Paksha, you should start practicing this mantra in the night.
How to please god Kubera
- The Kuber Yantra is a metal plate engraved with conciliation of Kuber. The yantra has a total of 72 horizontal lines and columns. 72 is a good fortune number that expends success, prosperity, energy and wealth in life. You should install the Kuber Yantra at office or house. If you willing to live a wealthy life, then you should do prayers to Lord Kubera.
- Place the Kuber Yantra on a level surface or install it in North or East facing direction. Keep in mind, that the yantra must be leveled with the focal point of your eyes.
- Sit in a relaxed position on the well cleaned mat on ground. Confirm your back is in straight position.
- Before doing prayers a day, enlighten the scent stick before of the Kuber Yantra. This lightening brings the positive energy into the atmosphere and remove negativity outside the place.
- Focus within the center of Kuber Yantra. this is a sort of meditation. After that chant the mantra that speaks ‘Om Hreem Shreem Hreem Kuberaya Namaha’. Chant this mantra for minimum twenty one times and maximum of 108 times to get the best results. You should create this chanting and prayer a routine repetition and please Kubera.
where to place Kubera statue in house
Install a statue of god Kuber at home or office as this will make Goddess Lakshmi pleased. This is because Kuber is the protector of money and wealth.
To maintain the flow of wealth in your home and to create new opportunities to get money, install a statue of Lord Kubera at the space on the table or the wall in the north direction of the house. But the north direction is very big, it is also divided into 8 parts. Kuber should be given place in the middle of the north wall.