50 Hindu Goddess Laxmi Mata HD Wallpapers, Images, Screensavers Collection

Here in this page, Top 50 Goddess Lakshmi Mata wallpapers, Pictures, Photos, Images of Goddess Laxmi are posted to download free on the occasion of Diwali, Deepawali, tihar.

Diwali / Deepawali / Tihar is the festival of worshiping the Hindu Goddess Laxmi Devi. Hindu Goddess is also known as the Goddess of Wealth, prosperity and peace. Lakshmi is the Goddess of Hindu religion Who Governs not only all form of Wealth and Success but also the Paths, Means and Results.

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Tihar festival is also known as Deepawali. Tihar is about five-days-long festival celebrated by Hindu peoples in Nepal as well as the some Indian states of Assam and Sikkim together with Darjeeling district of West Bengal.

As we all know, Tihar is the festival of lights, as diyas and candles are lit inside and outside of almost every houses in order to make it illuminate at night. As per the Bikram Sambat calendar, this festival i.e. Tihar begins with Kaag Tihar and ends with Bhai Tika in Dwitiya of Kartik Shukla Paksha every year.

As we know, Tihar is the second popular festival after Dashain of Nepal. Nepalese peoples celebrate this festival willingly and interestingly likewise Dashain. Deepawali is taken to be of huge importance as it demonstrates contribution to not just only for the humans and the gods, but also for the animals such as crows, cows, and dogs which sustains a never ending relationship with humans.

People draw different kinds of patterns on the floor of living rooms, in courtyards, in gardens as well as in front of house using various materials like rice, colors, flower, flour, sand or petals of flowers too .Mostly, it is called as Rangoli. Rangoli is meant to be a holy welcoming spot for the Gods along with Goddesses of Hinduism primarily Goddess Laxmi i.e. known as goddess of wealth.

Laxmi Puja is also known as Gai Tihar. It lies in third day of Tihar. Here, Gai denotes cow and Laxmi puja denotes worship of goddess of wealth. Garlands of marigolds are prepared for the decoration.

Houses, offices and commercial complexes are decorated with garlands in the morning of Laxmi Puja. In Hinduism, cow signifies prosperity and wealth. In ancient ages people took a lot of advantages from the cow.

Not only in ancient time but also today. Advantages includes materials such as milk, dung, also urine of cow is utilizable for the purposes of purification in Hindu society.

So, on this day people present their thankfulness to the cow with the help of garlands and feeding them with the best grass. Houses are cleaned and the doorways and windows are decorated with garlands made of Sayepatri (marigolds) and makhamali (Gomphrena globosa) flowers.

In the evening of that day, goddess Laxmi; the goddess of wealth is worshipped for all the blessings that were bestowed on the families by lighting candles as well as oil lamps (Diyo) in the entrance of the house, doors and windows to welcome the wealth, well being and success.

Most of readers don’t know that Laxmi Puja also marks the birthday of widely admired and honored greatest poet of Nepali language i.e. Laxmi Prasad Devkota.

Laxmi is the wife of the god Vishnu. For Hindus, the goddess Laxmi symbolizes good luck. Laxmi is one of the most well liked goddesses from the Hindu mythology and she is also known as the goddess of wealth and purity.

Most of the people might have queries like, what does Laxmi look like?, if goddess Laxmi and god Vishnu are husband and wife then why do goddess Laxmi and god ganesha are worshipped in Tihar? Why not goddess Laxmi and god Vishnu? As an author I personally had those kinds of doubts.

To answer who is goddess Laxmi and how she looks like, Laxmi is commonly portrayed as a beautiful woman with four arms, standing on a lotus flower. There are usually one or sometimes two elephants behind her, anointing her with water.

She is often depicted sitting beneath Vishnu, massaging his feet. One of the very convincing stories from the Hindu mythology is that of the Churning of the blue Ocean. It is the story of the gods versus the demons and their fight to gain immortality. It also tells of the rebirth of Laxmi.

The fighter god, Indra, was once given the assignment of protecting the earth from the demons. He had protected it successfully for many years, and the goddess Laxmi’s presence had made him sure of success.

One day, a clever sage offered Indra a garland made up of holy flowers. In his arrogance, Indra threw the flowers to the floor. According to Hindu belief, this display of arrogance upset Laxmi, who left the world of the gods and entered into the Blue Ocean.

In the absence of Laxmi, the gods were no longer sanctified with victory as well as luck. The world became darker, people became greedy, and no offerings were made to the gods. The gods began to lose their power and the asuras (demons) took control. Indra asked Vishnu what should be done.

Vishnu told Indra that the gods would need to churn the Blue Ocean to regain Laxmi and her blessings. Vishnu again told them that the Ocean also has numerous treasures which would also help out them. The treasures were consisting of the elixir of life as well as a potion bestowing immortality. These treasures would also facilitate them to make victory over the demons.

The tale of the Churning of the blue Ocean tells of that, how the gods worked with each other to wholly churn the ocean. The gods together churned the blue ocean for almost many years, but it was 1,000 years earlier than anything rose to the surface.

Finally, the treasures began to rise to the surface. Among them, there was a beautiful woman standing on a lotus flower. This was Laxmi, who had returned to the world. With the existence of goddess Laxmi, the gods finally get victory over the demons also the gods chased them away from the world.

This story highlights the good fortune and achievement that Laxmi bestows upon those who work hard and seek for her help sincerely. It also demonstrates that during times of success, one must never become complacent or arrogant, as success has a way of getting away from people.

This story portrays goddess Laxmi as a very kind, extremely helpful as well as gorgeous woman. Laxmi stands on a beautiful lotus flower.

Laxmi Puja is the main day of Diwali / Deepawali / Tihar festival of Hindus.

Laxmi is the main Goddess of Diwali / Deepawali / Tihar festival.

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So, We have here collected top 50 photos or wallpapers or pictures or images or screensaver of Hindu Goddess Laxmi. The term Laxmi is termed as Lakshmi.

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Author: Jitendra Sahayogee

I am Jitendra Sahayogee, a Writer of 12 Nepali Books, Director of Maithili films, Founder of Radio Stations, Designer of Websites and Editor of Some Nepali Blogs.

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