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The Best Ganesh Laxmi Sitting Position Astrologically

By May 18, 2023June 6th, 2023No Comments
Laxmi and Ganesh

You all know that every Diwali, as per Vedic hindu culture, there is a famous tradition of worshipping Goddess Laxmi and Lord Ganesh. As we all know, Goddess Lakshmi brings wealth and prosperity into our lives. And Lord Ganesha, the remover of all obstacles, Vignaharta. Moreover, Lord Ganesha is always worshipped before any ceremonial work, so there are no hurdles. But why are Laxmi and Ganesha worshipped together? Did Goddess Lakshmi adopt Lord Ganesha? What is the astrological correct laxmi ganesh murti position? What is astrologically correct, Ganesh ji on left or right of Laxmi ji?

So, let’s scroll down to read about the Laxmi Ganesh position statue. For more interesting information on mythology and astrology, you can visit the official website of “InstaAstro”. You could also contact our astrologers. For first-time users, the consultation is just for Rs 1/-.

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Mythological significance and origination of Goddess Lakshmi

Goddess Lakshmi is the goddess of fortune, wealth, and prosperity. She not only blesses us with worldly wealth but spiritual and intellectual too. As per hindu mythology, she is Maa Durga’s daughter and Lord Vishnu’s wife. 

Mythology states various other names for Goddess Lakshmi: Shri, Gauri, Sita, Padma, Saraswati, Kamakshi and much more. Moreover, it is believed that Goddess Lakshmi took various Avatars to be with his husband, Lord Vishnu. So, as per the texts of Vishnu Purana, you will find that there are 10 Avatars of Goddess Lakshmi along with every new reincarnation of Lord Vishnu.

Goddess Lakshmi

Story of the origination of Goddess Laxmi

As per hindu mythology, every God has a special significance and story of birth/ origin. According to the famous texts of Vishnu Purana, the story starts when Guru Durvasa offers a garland (a blessing from the Goddess of wealth) to Lord Indra. But Lord Indra, arrogant because of his power and position, puts the garland on his elephant, Airavat’s forehead. 

But the elephant, out of irritation, shakes the garland off his head and throws the garland on the earth. This makes Guru Durvasa extremely angry as he feels disrespected. He curses Lord Indra to lose everything he is being so arrogant about. After a few days, Lord Indra starts to see the results of that curse. Every God in his kingdom, Amravati, began to lose their powers and became helpless. Now, the demons start to torture Gods and create chaos in Amravati.

After losing many times, Gods finally go to Lord Vishnu for help. They asked him to do something to make all the Gods immortal, and they could win a definite victory over the demons. This ultimate fight between the Gods and Demons lead to the churning of the ocean, Samudra Manthan. Out of which Amrit came out, a drink of immortality. Moreover, out of the ocean’s waves came a beautiful female figure sitting on a blue lotus; she was none other than “Goddess Lakshmi”. She had a divine charm to herself, and her face was filled with grace.

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Mythological Significance and Origination of Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha, the son of Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati, is also known by the names of Ekadanta, Kapila, Gajakarna, Lambodara, Vikath, and Vidhnanashak. Ganesha has the most mesmerising divine figures out of all Gods with enchanting features, a long trunk, big round belly, with one hand filled with laddoos and another holding a Parasu. Also, his favourite mount is a mouse. Lord Ganesha is worshipped whenever something new is started to remove all the obstacles and hurdles. Moreover, he is also the provider of perfection and fulfilment in our lives. 

Lord Ganesha

Story of Origination of Lord Ganesha

Most of us might already be familiar with the story of the origin of Lord Ganesha. So, the story goes like this, Goddess Parvati thought of making a small boy out of Sandalwood dough and infused life into him. Then she instructed him not to let anyone enter the premises while she went for bathing. 

After a while, when Lord Shiva returned, the boy asked him to wait until his mother finished bathing herself. This made Shiva extremely angry, and cut the boy’s head. After entering the house, he still was in very much rage. When Parvati returned, she noticed blood along with the body and head of her little boy. 

She started crying and told everything to her husband. Also, she pleaded with him to fix up his head anyhow. Lord Shiva couldn’t see his wife in pain and sorrow. So, he asked his helpers to find a head facing north. His helpers could only find an elephant’s head. And finally, he fixed the elephant’s head on the boy’s torso and blessed him with various powers. 

Why are Laxmi and Ganesh worshipped together?

According to the scriptures, Once, Goddess Lakshmi was conversing with her husband, Lord Vishnu. She praised herself as one of the most important deities, offering wealth and prosperity to everyone who worshipped her. She kept going on and on. However, Lord Vishnu told her that no matter how powerful a woman gets, she is incomplete without a child.

Since Goddess Lakshmi had no children, she became very disheartened after hearing this from her husband. She went to Mata Parvati with her heavy heart since she had two sons, Ganesha and Kartikeya. Laxmi Ji asked her to give one of her sons so she could be a mother and rejoice in motherhood. Seeing Goddess Lakshmi in such deep pain, Goddess Parvati decided to give Lord Ganesha, her elder son, to her. 

And in return, Goddess Lakshmi promised to give all her accomplishments to her son, Lord Ganesha. She also said that from now before worshipping Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha will be worshipped. Both of them will be worshipped together. 

Laxmi and Ganesh

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Astrologically Correct Laxmi Ganesh Murti Position

The above section discussed the “Relation between Ganesh and Lakshmi” and “Why both are worshipped together”. So, to answer the “ Astrologically Correct Laxmi Ganesh Murti Position” question, we would take some astrological assistance as we know that Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha share a mother-son relationship. 

So, astrologically they always sit with Ganesh Ji on the left and Lakshmi Ji on the right. This is why it is suggested that the husband should always stand on the right of his wife. As son/ daughter astrologically should stand on the left of their mother. 


Laxmi ji sits on which side of Ganesh ji has always been a mystery. In this InstaAstro blog, we have discussed the astrological significance behind “Ganesh Laxmi Saraswati sitting position” or ” Laxmi Ganesh murti position” and “What is the relation between Ganesh and Lakshmi?” Moreover, it contains the mythological importance of the deities and how they originated as per our scriptures. 

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2. Which side Ganesh and Laxmi sit as per astrology?

As per astrology and scriptures, Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi share the relationship of a mother and son. Therefore, the possible sitting position for both deities is that Ganesha sit on the left and Maa Lakshmi on the right. This is an astrologically correct position for mothers and children as well, while husbands should stand on the left of their wives.

3. What is the story of the origination of Goddess Lakshmi?

As per the Scriptures, she is said to be born from the waves of “Samudra Manthan”. Her origination is described as a beautiful woman sitting on a blue lotus with a divine charm on her face.

4. Why Ganesh and Lakshmi ji are worshipped together?

As per mythology texts, Goddess Lakshmi asked Goddess Parvati to adopt her son, Lord Ganesh, as she had no child. At that time, only she promised Goddess Parvati that she would give all her accomplishments to her son and from now on, they will be worshipped together.

5. Where is the birthplace of Lord Ganesha?

Dodital, a small region in Uttarkashi district, is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Ganesha. Many residents believe this fresh lake is where Goddess Parvati infused life in Lord Ganesha.

6. In which month Lord Ganesha was born?

As per the Hindu Lunar calendar, Lord Ganesha is said to be born in the Shukla Paksha Chaturthi in Magh month. According to the moon’s cycle, Magh month appears on the fourth day of the bright half of the moon in January/February.

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