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Lord Kubera is known to be the son of Visrava and the grandson of Brahma. He resides on Mount Kailasa and is also known as Dhanpati or the banker of heaven. He is the treasurer of God and the trustee of wealth and food grains. Lord Kubera represents the Ashta Dikpalas, which is in the north direction; therefore, he is also known as Uttaradisha. In the Hindu scripture, he is depicted as the king of kings (Rajaraja).
He is generally portrayed as a dwarf who has a fair complexion and a fat belly. He has three legs, eight teeth, one eye and is heavily ornamented. In short, he is a tiny man who lives in the depths of earth and guards the buried treasure, which includes gold, jewels, silver and the nine Nidhis. He uses Pushpak Viman (a flying chariot) to travel the whole world. He carries a purse containing money, a mace, a bowl, a fruit made up of Brass (Ashta-dhatu) and a stone.
Kubera puja can help you increase the wealth and the ability to accumulate it.
Lord Kubera is the ‘treasurer of the gods’ and ‘king of Yaksha’. He is a true representation of wealth, prosperity and glory. Lord Kubera not only distributes, but as well maintains and guards all the treasures of this universe. Hence, he is also called guardian of wealth. Hindus worship Kuber as the treasurer of wealth and bestower of riches, along with deity Lakshmi before Diwali on the Dhanteras day. This custom of worshiping Lakshmi and Kuber together is in prospect of doubling the advantages of such prayers.