Laxmi Mata Statue | Embodying Prosperity, Wealth, and Fortune

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Laxmi Mata Statue

About Our Statue :

The Laxmi Mata Statue is a beautifully handcrafted piece made from brass. The statue depicts the goddess Laxmi, the Hindu deity of wealth, prosperity, and abundance. Laxmi Mata is shown seated gracefully with a majestic throne behind her. She is adorned with traditional jewelry and garments, symbolizing her divine attributes. The intricate details of the statue capture the elegance and grace of Laxmi Mata. This statue serves as a symbol of prosperity, good fortune, and spiritual blessings, making it a cherished item for devotees and collectors alike.

Introduction To Laxmi:
Laxmi is primarily known as Hindu Deity. But she is also highly revered in Tibetan Buddhism. Laxmi is mainly recognized as a Hindu deity. She is, however, also held in great regard in Tibetan Buddhism. She is also known as Pal Lhamo (Shri Lakshmi). She is said to be a peaceful manifestation of Shri Devi Dudsolma, the primary female guardian of Tibetan Buddhism and Lhasa, Tibet. She is not the same thing as Shri Devi Magzor Gyalmo, the angry manifestation of Sarasvati, who rides a mule and has one face and two arms. The artwork of Shri Lakshmi is often associated with the Gelug Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and is anticipated to have appeared after the 17th century. Laxmi is known as Lakshmi, Mahalakshmi, Padmavati, Shri, and Bhoodevi, among other titles. She is one of the feminine cosmic energy's aspects, symbolizing the 'rajas' or phenomenal universe's element of fertility, richness, prosperity, wealth, brilliance, and beauty.
Size: 30 cm(Height) x 18 cm(Base)
Weight: 3.45 kg
How do you take care of your statues?
Place them at room temperature, avoiding direct sunlight.
Make sure that the area where your statue is placed is completely free of moisture and dust.
Place it at the highest place on your altar after being consecrated by Lama/monks. The best practice is to keep them covered inside a glass cabinet.
Do not use your bare hands or any objects with a rough surface to wipe the face. Directly touching with the bare hand objects can smudge the face, leaving scratches.