Articles — Ashtalaxmi
Shri Ashta Lakshmi Stotram in Sanskrit ( श्री अष्टलक्ष्मी स्तोत्रं )
Oct 25 2019 Tags: Ashtalakshmi, Ashtalaxmi, Lakshmi, sanskrit, stotram
Goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of beauty, wealth and fertility has many iconic manifestations. Goddess Lakshmi has eight different forms. This concept of Goddess Lakshmi in her eightfold form is referred to as the Ashta-Lakshmi. The eight forms of Ashta-Lakshmi are believed to fulfill these human necessities and desires through their individual nature and manifestations.The eight divine forms of Goddess Lakshmi or Ashta-Lakshmi comprises:1. Aadi-Lakshmi (The Primeval Goddess) or Maha Lakshmi (The Great Goddess)2. Dhana-Lakshmi or Aishwarya Lakshmi (The Goddess of Prosperity and Wealth)3. Dhaanya-Lakshmi (Goddess of Food grains)4. Gaja-Lakshmi (The Elephant Goddess)5. Santana-Lakshmi (The Goddess of Progeny)6. Veera-Lakshmi or...
Shri Kubera Ashta Lakshmi dhan prapti Mantra ( श्री कुबेर अष्टलक्ष्मी धनप्राप्ति मंत्र )
May 21 2019 Tags: Ashtalakshmi, Ashtalaxmi, Kuber, Lakshmi, Lakshmi Kuber, Laxmi Kuber, mantra, remedy, sanskrit
Shri Kubera Ashta Lakshmi dhan prapti Mantra is a powerful mantra that can fulfill all problems related to wealth, finance and comforts. Regular chanting of this mantra will bless a person with all material comforts and will fulfill all wishes. One should chant minimum 11 malas for 41 days to get rid of problems related to finances in life. Shri Kubera Ashta Lakshmi dhan prapti Mantra ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं क्रीं श्रीं कुबेराय अष्ट-लक्ष्मी मम गृहे धनं पुरय पुरय नमः॥ Om Hreem Shreem Kreem Shreem Kuberaya Ashta-Lakshmi Mama Grihe Dhanam Puraya Puraya Namah” Meaning: This Mantra has a lot of significance...
Sri Ashtalakshmi Stotram
Jun 15 2016 Tags: Ashtalakshmi, Ashtalaxmi, Lakshmi, sanskrit, stotram
Lakshmi Devi has 8 primary forms. These 8 forms are personified as Ashta Lakshmi (Ashtalakshmi). These eight forms are as follows: (1) Adilakshmi: Mother Lakshmi resides with Lord Narayana in Vaikuntha, the abode of Lord Narayana. She is known as Rama, which means "bringing happiness to the mankind". She is also known as Indira (who holds lotus or purity). In this form, Lakshmi is normally seen serving Sri Narayana. Adi Lakshmi or Rama Lakshmi serving Sri Narayana is symbolic of her serving the whole creation. Adi Lakshmi and Narayana are not two different entities but one only. Lakshmi is Shakti. Lakshmi is the Power of Narayana. (2) Dhanyalakshmi: Dhanya means grains. Lakshmi is the Goddess of the Harvest and the Devi who blesses with abundance...