Lakshmi

Hindu - The lotus-goddess, goddess of agriculture, beauty, pleasure, wealth. Sister of Jyestha. Consort of Vishnu. Mother of Kama and Trishna, some say. She sprang fully-formed from the body of Prajapati or from the foam, the third thing to emerge when the gods churned the ocean to produce amrita, and is reincarnated with every avatar of Vishnu. When Vishnu appeared as Rama, she was Sita; when he was Krishna, she was Radha and Rukmini; when he was Parasurama she was Dharani. Other accounts say that she was the daughter of Brighu and Khyati. She is sometimes depicted with four arms and standing on a lotus. Also commonly known as Lakshmi, Indira, Indira, Ksirabdhitanya, Ksirabdhitanya, Laksmi, Laksmi, Lotus, Lotus, Mahalakshmi, Mahalakshmi, sacred birds, sacred birds, birds, Ainu Ahura Mazda, Amaterasu, Apollo, Athena, Helius, Hermes, Mercury, Mithra, Nyx, Tammuz, Zas Arawn, Artemis, China, Fukurokuju, Kwannon, Lares, Mannanan, Perseus, Shou Shen, Thoth Apollo, Asclepius, Angerbode Brac, Cronus, Odin, Saturn, Yama Juno Aphrodite, Astarte Ararjatis, Ataragatis, Hachiman, Venus Dusara, Jupiter Egypt Apollo, Baba, Brahma, Dionysus, Egypt, Eros, Epona, Hera, Horus, Iris, Juno, Kaltesh, Mars, Ops, Osiris, Seb, Thoth, Vishnu Isis Apollo, Here, Tethys Zoastrianism Asclepius, Inara Ketu, Minerva Brahma, Sarasvati Apollo, Melkarth Asclepius, Noah, Odin Saturn Aphrodite, Venus Hera, Sweden Aphrodite, Isis Aphrodite, Venus Aztecs, Maya Apollo, Ares Heracles, Isis, Izanagi, Izanami Ares Triptolemus Amaterasu, Dakshina, Dakshina, Devi, Vishnu, Devi-Seri, Devi-Seri, Devi-Shri, Dharani, Dharani, Empress of the Sea, Empress of the Sea, Gajadevi, Gajadevi, Haripriya, Haripriya, Jaladhi-ja, Jaladhi-ja, Karisini, Karisini, Ksama, Ksama, Lokamata, Lokamata, Mahasarasvati, Mahasarasvati, Sarasvati, Matrirupa, Matrirupa, Padma(vati), Padma(vati), Radha, Radha, Rohini, Rohini, Rukmini, Rukmini, Ananga, East Indies Dewi Shri, Sadana, Sadana, Shri, Shri, Sri, Sri, Sri, Sri, (Sri) Laksmi, (Sri) Laksmi, Sita, Sita, Seeta, Vedavati, 'furrow', Javanese Sinta, Tulsi, Sri(-devi), Sri(-devi), Vaishnavi, Vaishnavi, Vaisnavi, Vriddhi, Vriddhi, Vriddi, Buddhist Maya, Buddhist Maya, East Indies Dewi-Shri, East Indies Dewi-Shri, Phra Naret or Phra Naret.

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