Goddess Lakshmi is the Hindu Goddess of prosperity (both material and spiritual), wealth, fertility, good fortune, and courage. She is said to bring good luck in life. Shri Lakshmi Dwadash Naam Stotram : श्री लक्ष्मी द्वादश नाम स्तोत्रम् http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPg1MiVyOmM These are the 12 names of Mahalakshmi which brings success, good karmas & enlightenment in life. It is believed that one who recites...
This Hindu goddess symbolizes wealth, beauty, spiritual and temporal prosperity. Legend has it that Lakshmi emerged from the churning ocean of milk, or the primordial cosmic ocean. She is the consort of Vishnu, the Hindu god. Laxmi word derived from Sanskrit word which actually means “purpose” or “goal.” In connection with this regard, Lakshmi also represents the divine mother,...
Other Name: Kamla Other forms: Surrounded by plenty of material wealth (Gold, coins etc.), elephants, and oil lamps (Diya). Sometime, when shown with reclining Vishnu, She is shown near his feet (Shesha-shayee Vishnu). Significance: Lakshmi is the shakti (Power) of Vishnu, the preserving aspect of the supreme Lord. It is through her that the universe and hence, popularity she is worshipped...
lakshmi Maa
Lakshmi has long been revered as an important aspect of the Hindu faith. For countless generations, her likeness adorned temples and homes in the hopes that she would bless her followers with prosperity. Even the gods held Lakshmi in great respect, because without her they realized that they couldn’t beat back the darkness. The lack of her presence was a...
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Lakshmi ~ Hindu Goddess of Beauty, light, luck,Wealth & Prosperity According to Hindu mythology, Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, fertility and beauty. Goddess Lakshmi is the daughter of goddess Durga. There are nine appellations of goddess Durga and eight appellations of goddess Lakshmi. These eightfold forms of goddess Laksmi are termed as Ashta-Lakshmi. Lakshmi is also regarded as Mother...
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Lakshmi is the goddess energy who preserves life. She is the nourishing, cooling power of the soma, or moon-nectar, that balances the fiery, lightning-like Shakti of Kali and the blazing solar energy of Durga. Lakshmi’s Shakti is life sustaining both in the physical and subtle realms. She is the water of life and the subtle nectar that moistens the...
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Once there were two sisters Lakshmi and Daridra. Lakshmi was the goddess of wealth while Daridra was the goddess of poverty. Though they were real sisters, their behaviour towards others and temperament were totally different. Lakshmi got up early in the morning. She took her bath regularly. She remembered God regularly. She took keen interest in her day-to-day work...
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Diwali  or Deepavali is an ancient festival of India which is celebrated by Hindus. On this auspicious festival, the Hindu FAQs will share many posts related to this festival, its significance, the facts and stories related to this festival. Diwali diyas and rangoli So here are some stories related to what is the significance of diwali. 1.Goddess Lakshmi’’s Incarnation: The Goddess of...

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