The Kalasha is considered a symbol of abundance and "source of life" in the Vedas. The Kalasha is believed to contain amrita, the elixir of life, and thus is viewed as a symbol of abundance, wisdom, and immortality. The Kalasha is often seen in the hands of Hindu deities like the creator god Brahma, the destroyer god Shiva as a teacher, and the goddess of prosperity Lakshmi.
The Purna-Kalasha (completely filled Kalash) is believed to be a symbol of auspiciousness embodying Ganesha, remover of obstacles. The Purna-Kalasha is worshipped in all Hindu festivities related to marriage and childbirth. The mango leaves associated with Kama, the god of love, symbolize the pleasure aspect of fertility. The coconut, a cash crop, represents prosperity and power.
Shubh and Laabh (the two words written in Devnagari script above the Swastika) are sons of Lord Ganesha.Shubh means goodness and Laabh means benefit. This pair of decorative artifacts symbolize blessings of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi. It is stuck on entrance of prayer room or home or business premises. It stands for good luck, wealth and fame.