Small Laxmi Murti
Material: We have used soapstone to carve this beautiful statue. The statue is a customized piece and design references are taken from calendar designs. The Stone Studio believes in carving everything new and intricate. Any changes can be done to a fresh piece of art. The statue is intricately carved and no coloring is used on it.
Goddess Lakshmi is shown wearing a red sari, accessorized with gold jewelry, sitting on a lotus, holding a pot, and being accompanied by white elephants in the majority of Hindu homes and businesses.
Lakshmi is the name of the goddess of fortune, fortune, strength, luxury, beauty, fertility, and auspiciousness. She embodies the promise of material fulfillment and enjoyment. With her arms outstretched to bless and shower others with blessings, she is shown as restless, whimsical, and maternal.
Lakshmi’s sacred name is Shri. Shri is frequently written at the top of the page and said loudly before addressing a god, teacher, holy man, or any other valued individual. The term connotes elegance, grandeur, prosperity, auspiciousness, and power.
Regardless of whether they are spoken or written, words have a spiritual dimension. Heavenly deliciousness infuses all that follows. Shri is related to the physical side of existence in the same way as “Om” is related to the metaphysical side.
Lakshmi is the goddess of abundance and beauty in nature. As the goddess of the land, Bhoodevi, she cultivates life; as the goddess of fortune, Shreedevi, she bestows strength, joy, and wealth onto those who merit it. To understand her, one must respect life’s laws and their wonders.
The Laxmi murti is stunning! She smiles kindly as she blesses every one of her admirers. In her backhand, she is holding two lotus blossoms. With her left hand in the varada mudra and her right hand in the abhaya mudra in front of her, she is bestowing blessings on her devotees.
Maa Lakshmi, sometimes referred to as the Goddess of Wealth, is the Hindu goddess of wealth. Not often in terms of money, but more often in terms of success, fulfillment, and happiness on the spiritual plane.
She adopts various incarnations to follow Lord Vishnu on his mission to maintain the dharma as his bride. Bhoodevi, the mother earth goddess, was one of her avatars. In this sculpture, she appears to be the Mother.
- The sheer size of this statue is hypnotic.
- It would provide a wonderful touch of tranquility to any temple or garden.
- This small Laxmi murti represents peace, harmony, and balance, all of which are important aspects of our lives.
- It is one-of-a-kind and ideal for adding heavenly beauty to any temple.
- Any alterations are available on a bespoke item, depending on the preferences of our Art Lover customers.
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