Diwali and Margashirsha, the Most Auspicious Month to Worship Goddess Lakshmi:
Every god is more powerful on some auspicious days. To get maximum benefit, Diwali and dhanateras are two days when she happily accepts all our offerings and bestow plenty of blessings.
The worship is performed especially of this deity with money, gold and ornaments. The offering of kheer is her favorite thing.
Red flowers, hibiscus, and roses should be put on Lakshmi’s statue. A garland of scented flowers should also be offered.
Goddess Lakshmi is very pleased if we perform this puja of a married woman with coconut, sari, bangles, and fruits. The number of married women does not matter. Particularly on a Thursday in Margashirsha.
You can chant the mantras on Fridays and Tuesdays. The more you worship, the more you will get. For chanting mantras there are some rules. Follow them strictly.
Sit on a cotton or insulated asana.
Take rudraksh or tulsi Beads mala and start from meru mani a big bead, chant for 108 times.
Concentrate on the deity, be one with the goddess.
Do not stop in between or think of routine matters.
As far as possible eat vegetarian food. It enables proper pronunciation. If you eat heavy food, eat non-veg or drink alcohol, the tongue becomes heavy, leading to mispronunciation!
After completing, meditate for a while with closed eyes and think of Ma.