Sri

Hindu - A early goddess. Consort of Dharma or Vishnu. She was later assimilated by Lakshmi or Sarasvati. Sometimes identified as Sri, Shri, Shri, Lakshmi, Sri, Sri, Sri, Shru, Shru, Sri, Sri, Sri, Sridevi, Sridevi, Sri, Sri or Sri.
Jain - A goddess. In some lore, occasionally known as Sri, Shri, Shri, Lakshmi, Sri, Sri, Sri, Shru, Shru, Sri, Sri, Sri, Sridevi, Sridevi, Sri, Sri or Sri.
Tibetan - A Buddhist goddess of disease, protector of the Dalai Lama. One of the dharmapalas. A terrible aspect of Devi. Consort of Shisrte. She is said to bring death and disease to mankind. She came to earth as a mortal and became the consort of Shisrte, king of Lanka. They had a son but Sri killed him and drank his blood. She is shown dressed in the skins of the dead, rides a mule and lives on a diet of human flesh and blood. She is sometimes depicted as having three heads and three eyes. On occassion, known as Sri, Shri, Shri, Lakshmi, Sri, Sri, Sri, Shru, Shru, Sri, Sri, Sri, Sridevi, Sridevi, Sri, Sri or Sri.

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