- the Hindu goddess of fortune.
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If Lakshmi fails in many responsibilities, what happens to her family, her community, her followers?
The black mamba snake slithering towards Lakshmi is highly venomous.
Parvati shares adoration with Siva, Lakshmi with Vishnu, and so on.Castes and Tribes of Southern India
It is sacred to Vishnu, Kushna, and Lakshmi, but all the gods are interested in it.Plant Lore, Legends, and Lyrics
He was succeeded by his son Lakshmi, who was a saint, and had four sons.An Account of The Kingdom of Nepal
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When he was gone, Lakshmi said: "My child, do not fear; I'll befriend you."Essays in the Study of Folk-Songs (1886)
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Lakshmi has no access to Brindban, as Krishna's playmates there are milk-maids.Chaitanya's Life And Teachings
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- Hinduism the goddess of wealth and prosperity, and the consort of the god Vishnu
from Sanskrit Lāksmi, literally: wealth, splendour
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Word Origin and History for lakshmi
Hindu goddess of beauty, from Sanskrit lakshmi "mark, fortue, riches, beauty."
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