According to Hindu mythology while Laxmi is the goddess of fortune, Kuber is the God of wealth. Traditionally Kuber is worshipped by trading or business communities of India and still continue to worship him on Diwali. Lord Kuber maintains the treasures on earth and protects the riches buried inside the earth. Kuber is well known as 'the god of Yakshas.' Kuber is mostly worshipped in the form of Yantra. This powerful Yantra brings distinct change in one's prosperity and luck. The followers of all the three religions- Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism worships Kuber. Kuvera is the ancient deities of India who itself are the guardians and protectors of the land like Yaksha. Kuvera is the guardian of North direction of the earth and supervise all the other yakshas. Mythological conviction says Kuvera is the son of Brahma and is the ruler of Alkapuri. Kuvera is also called Isasakha because he is supposed to be a worshipper of Shiva as well as a close associate of the mighty god. The much famed king Ravana was his half brother who troubled him a lot, conquered his kingdom, the fabled city-state of Lanka and snatched his Pushpak plane. His wife is called Yakshi or Hariti meaning 'the stealer.' The special puja of Kubera is performed on Dusshera, Dhan triyodasi in addition to Diwali, to ask for his blessings. Ancient scriptures support Kuber Sadhana for gain of wealth. The pooja of Lord Kuber yields materialistic comforts, the devotee will never have shortage of wealth and his business will flourish. Kuber Sadhana pleases Lord Kuber. Kuber Sadhana is short and simple procedure but it produces amazing effects.