Parad Kuber Yantra
Pandit NM Shrimali says, Lord Kuber is the Lord of the treasures and even rules over the riches buried and unclaimed inside the earth. Lord Kuber is worshipped for fast financial gains and unexpected gains and a prosperous business and life. Lord Kuber is the basis of all the gains of wealth and prosperity. According to the ancient Ramayana, Lanka was constructed by Lord Kuber, which was taken over by his brother Ravana. Kuber Sadhana is revered by all the ancient texts for the achievement of wealth and prosperity. There are three benefits we get from the Parad Kuber Yantra sadhana. Shrimali ji says, Worship of Lord Kuber blesses the devotee with an abundance of material wealth, success and prosperity. Chances of unexpected gains of wealth are increased for the devotee. If we use our wealth and assets for constructive purposes and not for the destructive purposes than there is no deficiency of wealth and wealth keeps flowing. Kuber Sadhana is very simple and easy, one should perform worship of Parad Kuber Yantra to get the blessings of Lord Kuber and make his life wealthy and prosperous.
Pandit Ji advises, the procedure for the worship is:
Parad Kuber Yantra should be worshipped on Amavasya Day or a Sunday morning, before sunrise.
One should take bath before pooja and wear yellow clothes.
Sit on a yellow mat or cloth and face towards the north as North direction is considered as the direction of Lord Kuber.
Take a wooden seat and cover it with yellow cloth.
Take a steel plate and with sindoor draw a Swastika.
Light the lamp and the incense.
Make a mound of rice on the Swastika sign.
Place the Parad Kuber Yantra on the rice mound.
Around the rice mound place four fruits.
Light a ghee lamp and offer prayer to Lord Ganesha by chanting his mantras.
Pray Lord Shiva for success in the Sadhana.
After the worship is completed, tie all worship items in the yellow cloth except the fruits and place them in the locker or the place where you keep your money or valuable items. Long life prosperity is attained if one systematically performs this worship for a year.