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5 Things to do on Akshaya Tritiya for Prosperity and Good Fortune

Akshaya Tritiya is an auspicious day in Hinduism that is believed to bring prosperity and good luck. Here are some things you can do on Akshaya Tritiya for prosperity.

  1. Purchase Gold: It is believed that buying gold on Akshaya Tritiya brings good luck and prosperity. You can purchase gold coins or jewellery as a symbol of wealth.

  2. Donate: Donating to charities and those in need is considered an act of kindness and generosity, which can bring positive energy and prosperity into your life.

  3. Perform Puja: Perform puja to Lord Vishnu or Goddess Lakshmi, the Gods of Wealth and Prosperity. Offer flowers, fruits, and sweets to them and seek their blessings.

  4. Start a New Venture: Akshaya Tritiya is also considered an auspicious day to start a new business or venture. If you have been planning to start something new, this could be the perfect day to do so.

  5. Charity: Akshaya Tritiya is also an excellent time to give to charity or perform acts of service for those less fortunate. This is believed to bring good karma and blessings into your life.

  6. Fast: Observing a fast on Akshaya Tritiya is believed to bring good luck and prosperity. You can fast from sunrise to sunset or only eat fruits and milk throughout the day.

Remember that prosperity is not just about material wealth but also about peace of mind and well-being. So, while you perform these rituals and observe this auspicious day, do it with a pure heart and good intentions.

Religious significance of Akshaya Tritiya:

  • Lord Krishna bestowed wealth and monetary gains on his childhood friend Sudama on this day.

  • It is the birthday of Lord Parasurama of the Dasa Avatars of Lord Vishnu.

  • It is the starting day of the Treta Yuga after the Satya Yuga.

  • It is the day the Ganges came down upon the earth from heaven.

  • On this auspicious day, Lord Kuber received his wealth and position as the Lord of wealth.

  • It is believed that Veda Vyasa started the great Mahabharata on this day with Lord Ganesha writing it.

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