Goddess Laxmi with Pot of Wealth - Brass Statue

Goddess Laxmi with Pot of Wealth - Brass Statue

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The statue of the Goddess of wealth carrying a pot of wealth is very auspicious. The sculpture has meaningfully created the statue with the pot of wealth. She is the creator of wealth. This lucky statue can inspire a devotee to generate more wealth through the blessing of the goddess. In north India, Godess Lakshmi is worshipped on the day of Diwali, but in eastern India, Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped on the Full Moon day after Durga Puja. The Goddess of wealth and prosperity is nicely holding a pot of wealth on her left hand. The Goddess Lakshmi is extremely popular among the women and is widely worshipped for wealth and prosperity. She is often depicted as a beautiful woman of golden complexion, with four hands. Laksmi's four hands represent the four ends of human life: dharma or righteousness, "kama" or desires, "artha" or wealth, and "moksha" or liberation from the cycle of birth and death. Cascades of gold coins are seen flowing from her hands, suggesting that those who worship her gain wealth. She is often depicted wearing gold embroidered red clothes.

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The statue of the Goddess of wealth carrying a pot of wealth is very auspicious. The sculpture has meaningfully created the statue with the pot of wealth. She is the creator of wealth. This lucky statue can inspire a devotee to generate more wealth through the blessing of the goddess. In north India, Godess Lakshmi is worshipped on the day of Diwali, but in eastern India, Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped on the Full Moon day after Durga Puja. The Goddess of wealth and prosperity is nicely holding a pot of wealth on her left hand. The Goddess Lakshmi is extremely popular among the women and is widely worshipped for wealth and prosperity. She is often depicted as a beautiful woman of golden complexion, with four hands. Laksmi's four hands represent the four ends of human life: dharma or righteousness, "kama" or desires, "artha" or wealth, and "moksha" or liberation from the cycle of birth and death. Cascades of gold coins are seen flowing from her hands, suggesting that those who worship her gain wealth. She is often depicted wearing gold embroidered red clothes.

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