Kubera is the Lord of Wealth and the god-king of the semi- divine. He is regarded as the regent of the North (Dik-pala), and a protector of the world (Lokapala). His many epithets extol him as the overlord of numerous semi-divine species and the owner of the treasures of the world. Kubera is often depicted with a plump body, adorned with jewels, and carrying a money-pot and a club.
As the treasurer of the riches of the world, Kubera is prescribed to be worshipped. Kubera also credited money to the god Venkateshwara (a form of the god Vishnu) for his marriage with Padmavati. In remembrance of this, the reason devotees go to Tirupati to donate money in Venkateshwara’s Hundi (“Donation pot”), is so that he can pay it back to Kubera. While Kubera still enjoys prayers as the god of wealth, his role is largely taken by the god of wisdom, fortune and obstacle-removal, Ganesha, with whom he is generally associated.
We all know that Goddess Lakshmi is the lord of Wealth. Lord Kubera is also the lord of wealth who blessess his devotees with enormous wealth. This is a very auspicious pooja to be performed especially on every Deepavali. We can also perform this pooja on every tuesday & friday.
Performing Lakshmi kubera pooja will make both the goddess lakshmi and kubera happy and in-turn they will shower wealth on us. As per the belief, this pooja will relive us from debts and increases our income and inflow of money. People who are planning to start business, should plan to perform this pooja before starting the venture which will help them expand their profits and wealth.
On Diwali evening, we have to chant Kubera Mantra and Kubera Gayathri. Chanting the slokas will help devotess to get blessings from the Lord Kubera.