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Mahalakshmi Vrata or Varalaksmi Vratha is a sacred day in Hinduism. The ceremony is performed by men or women (typically married Hindu ladies) on the Thursday before the full moon in the month of Margashirsha in the Hindu calendar (corresponding to November/December in the western calendar). Those who cannot perform it on that day, can do it on any other Friday in that month. This is an important Vratha, meaning a vowed religious observance in Sanskrit. Varamahalakshmi Vratha is performed more commonly in the southern Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and also in parts of Maharashtra and Odisha.