Glasspoll Art is Making Lakshmi Statue Seated, the Hindu goddess of wealth, fortune and prosperity. She is the wife of Vishnu, one of the principal deities of Hinduism and the Supreme.
On the other hand, Lakshmi is an important deity in Jainism and found in Jain temples. Moreover, Lakshmi is a goddess of abundance and fortune for Buddhists, is available on the oldest surviving stupas of Buddhism. On the other hand, in Buddhist sects, goddess Vasudhara mirrors the characteristics and attributes of the Hindu Goddess Lakshmi.
“Beautiful Goddess Lakshmi seated on a chariot, delighted by songs on lustful elephants, bedecked with lotuses, pearls, and gems, lustrous as fire, radiant as gold, resplendent as the sun, calm as the moon, mistress of cows and horses – take away poverty and misfortune bring joy, riches, harvest, and children.”
Draped in red saree, bedecked with gold ornaments, seated on a lotus, pot in hand, flanked by white elephants, the image of Lakshmi adorns most Hindu homes and business establishments.
Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, fortune, power, luxury, beauty, fertility, and auspiciousness. Additionally, she holds the promise of material fulfillment and contentment. On the other hand, she is restless, whimsical yet maternal, with her arms blesses and to grant her blessings.
Lakshmi Statue Seated Shri is the sacred name of Lakshmi. Lakshmi represents the beautiful and bountiful aspect of nature. As Bhoodevi, the earth-goddess, she nurtures life; as Shreedevi, the goddess of fortune, she bestows power, pleasure, and prosperity on those who deserve her grace. To realize her, one must respect the laws of life and appreciate the wonders of existence.