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Bronze Laxmi and Parvati

Hinduism is a religion or Dharma in India which guides people to a universal order of living a life that followers abide by. It is a diverse system with multiple philosophies, religious concepts, rituals, and pilgrimage sites. Hinduism worships many prime deities, gods and goddesses with supreme power and tales to enlighten the beings of Earth.

Goddess Laxmi

Goddess Laxmi is one of the supreme deities of Hinduism; she is one of the three goddesses to form the power of Tridevi of Hindu goddesses. Her picture is portrayed with a lotus in her hand and sometimes two elephants on her side, occasionally with an owl that symbolises different things, respectively. The Lotus symbolises purity regardless of its growth in clean or dirty water. It proves that good and prosperity can bloom even in a negative environment. The Elephants represent strength, work, and activity. The owl represents the power of seeing, observing, and gaining knowledge, especially when surrounded by the dark.

At IndianShelf, you will find astonishing bronze statues of Goddess Laxmi that you can shop for your homes, offices, hotels, or schools. The placement of these statues will be blessed with positive energy and inspirational vibes that will sustain nourishment and growth. It is appropriate for gifting purposes, on occasions like weddings, house-warming ceremonies, launch parties of a new venture, and others.

Goddess Parvati

Goddess Parvati is the wife of Lord Shiva and the mother of Lord Ganesha and Kartikeya. With Laxmi and Saraswati, she forms the Tridevi forms of Hindu goddesses. Parvati is a personification of Shakti. She is portrayed as a nurturing and caring mother, yet some states of her annihilate the evil when she turns into Kali and Durga. She is fierce and represents strength and power. Parvati has two hands when depicted alongside Shiva, but when portrayed alone, her statues and idols have four hands.

The prime material to create the statues of Goddess Parvati is Bronze, and stone being the second best. At times, the body of Parvati’s sculpture is shown as yellow or golden as a symbol of ripened harvests.

On our website, you will find the bronze statues of Goddess Lakshmi and Parvati, which are ideal as a centrepiece and can be placed in holy temples or Mandir for worshipping. These are ideal for gifting, too, as the intricate details leave people mesmerised.


At a point, Devtas devised a plan to find a way to help get her born and come back to Shiva. Then they prayed to the divine Mother and blessed them to be born as the daughter of the Himalayas. She was born as Shailputri, or the daughter of mountains. She was named as the daughter of parvata and hence Parvati.

Since Lord Shiva saved Chandra from losing his form completely, he is known as Somnath. Moreover, the fact earned him Chandra Shekhar as the same adorns his matted locks. By worshipping Shiva on Monday, you can keep troubles away and bring divine grace. Monday is kept dedicated to Lord Shiva and Parvati and is an ideal way to please both.

Goddess Parvati is said to bring happiness in marriage and resolve conflicts and help prevent miscarriages. She is also known to help with fertility, marital felicity, devotion to the spouse, and power. Hariyali Teej is in the month of Shravan mass, and as a result, the couple should attempt to get the right stuff to please Lord Shiva and Parvati.

Parvati is also known by her other name - Mother Gauri Jagdamba, in the form of Shakti. Mahavishnu, or the supreme Purusha, is a transcendental parabrahma, and as a result, as nirguna Brahman, he transcends all gunas. The original Prakruthi or the divine Mother set into motion the creation of the whole creation. As a result, She is regarded as the sibling of Purusha Narayana.

Lord Shiva was devastated after the turn of events occurring after the passing away of Goddess Sati. After the intervention of the Goddesses, it is believed that Goddess Parvati was conceived in the home of the Lord of Himalayas. After she attained youth, she decided to devote her life to marry Lord Shiva, and as a result, she underwent severe penance.

Parvati is also called Urvi and is termed as the Goddess of fertility and devotion. She is Shakti or the source of pure energy.
As the wife of Lord Shiva, she is the protector and regenerator of the universe and all life forms. She inspires young girls to be bold and Abhaya. She is fearless and the procreator who knows how to balance her life.

Parvati is the gentlest aspect of Devi Shakti. In her Parvati Avatar, she is gentle, motherly, fair, and benevolent. She is very beautiful and described as wearing a red dress. When depicted as the consort of Shiva, she has two arms, and in certain cases, she may possess four arms. Parvati is also the Goddess of love, beauty, fertility, and devotion.

It is said that Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva were reunited on this day. On this day, Shiva had told Parvati about the boast of life, and Parvati had pleased Shiva with austerity. As a result, you need to wake up early and then bathe and then go to the temple and do pooja. It is best to opt for solah shringar.

One of the most auspicious occasions that celebrates the best of Goddess Parvati is the festival of Hariyali Teej that comes in the month of Shravan maas. On the Tritiya tithi of Shukla Paksha of the month of Savan, married women honor Goddess Parvati. On the day, women must donate makeup items like sindoor, bindi, anklets, etc.

The name Parvati means the daughter of the mountains. She was also called as Uma due to this reason.
Born as the daughter of the mountains, it was believed that her soul was that of Sati who has sacrificed herself to save the honour of her husband. Since her heart was always in love with Shiva, she decided to undergo severe ascetic discipline.
Some versions believe that she was the part of Ardhnarishwar and afterwards separated from the Lord and became his consort and has two children with Him.

As per ancient Hindu mythology, Goddess Parvati was the incarnation of Goddess Sati (the previous consort of Lord Shiva). Her birth parents were Himavan who decided to marry her to Shiva. She underwent severe penance and decided to win over Lord Shiva's heart. At one point in time, Goddess Parvati was angry and decided to leave and then Shiva revealed his true form to her and promised to marry her. He was extremely pleased with her love and devotion.

Then the Lord was pleased with her, He proposed to Parvati for marriage at a place called as Guptakashi. Then they tied the knot in Triyuginarayan..

It is important to invest in the right image of Maa Laxmi for your home. For instance - an image or her standing must not be placed in the house. Keeping her image in this form makes her restless and forces her to leave your home. Whenever her image is placed, it must face the North direction.
It is a good idea to keep a metal idol of her. Never invest in a plastic idol for your home. Similarly, it is best to avoid any fragmented idol where her face is not visible.
It is best to keep Charan Paduka of Goddess Laxmi on the entrance of the home. This must face your pooja room entrance.

There are eight forms of Maa Laxmi also called as Ashta Lakshmi. However, not all must be kept in your home or office. Only the three most popular varieties of Maa Laxmi are placed in the areas. Often she is shown standing on a Lotus. Her image has one foot on the lotus leaf and the other is pressed under the first. In other images, she is shown as firmly seated on the lotus.
As per Vastu, it is believed that the picture of Maa Laxmi sitting firmly on the lotus is best for the house.

Goddess Laxmi must face the direction of the photographs. If you wish to bring a Laxmi statue then you need to place her feet on the main door. It is best to contact a Vedic expert to correctly place and align her statue and padukas.

As per Vastu, it is important that Her mandir must be in the northeast direction and the image of Mata Laxmi must be in the north side. The face of the statue must correspond with her photograph and must always be in the Northern side itself.

The mythology of Laxmi details her opulence and kind nature. She is one of the prominent deities who blesses one with material bliss and joy. Goddess is also part of the Three Forms of the greatest mother - Goddess Parvati, Lakshmi and Saraswati. Since she offers beauty, bounty and wealth, she is widely worshipped on Diwali. The pooja is performed to please Her and bring her to the home.

In South India, Lord Vishnu is accompanied by two forms of Goddesses Laxmi - the Bhoodevi that represents the tangible wealth while Shridevi represents intangible wealth.

Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth, fortune power, luxury, etc. She is also the symbol of beauty, fertility and auspiciousness. Although, She may be displayed as whimsical and restless yet maternal. She is always ready to bless and grant.

• She is the beautiful Goddess who sits on a chariot
• She is delighted by tulsi leaves and lotus seeds
• She loves to be bedecked with roses, pearls and gold
• She is radiant as gold and resplendent as sun
• She is calm as moon yet lustrous as fire
• She is also the mistress of cows and horses and brings joys and pleasures

Friday is an auspicious day when you can worship and please Goddess Laxmi. Goddess Laxmi is always shown draped in red saree and bedecked with gold ornaments and seated on lotus. Worshipping her in this form can help to bring prosperity and material fulfilment.

Drawing footprints of Maa Laxmi with rice and flour helps to attract her to your home and feel welcome. By placing her footprint on the door, you ensure the entry of both Lord Vishnu and Laxmi. As a result, all your sins can be washed off and prosperity prevails.

Images of Maa Laxmi started spreading around 3 century BC and reference of the same is available in sculptures found in Kaushambi in Northern India. Gold coins issued during the Gupta dynasty also carry her images.
Since she was the popular deity among Gods and Demons alike, She was known by many names and titles. She was also called as the bestower of power and wealth and this lead to the following names -
• Sudha or the immortal nectar
• Lakshmi or the Goddess of wealth and prosperity
• Nitya Pushta or the ever-energetic one
• Hiranmayi or the golden one, etc.

Shri Laxmi has a long and interesting history. The same is testified by the fact that the first hymn in her stuti - Shri Shukta was added to the Rig Veda. Rig Veda was composed in 1000 to 500 BC.

She is also very popular among Buddhist and Jains. It is believed that her worship predates the Vedic culture and had developed independently before being recorded in any form. Stories of Laxmi also appear in epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata that were composed in 300 BC and 300 AD.
As per Vishnu Puranas, Lord Vishnu is the celestial being and He is an ever powerful Lord. He created the universe and then gave life to Lord Shiva and Brahma. At the same time, he gave life to his consort Maa Laxmi.

Goddess Laxmi is a goddess of fortune, youth and abundance. She has the power to relieve you from money and other troubles and at the same time blesses you to create new opportunities for growth and development. For her choicest blessings, it is important to worship her on every Friday. By keeping Vaibhav Laxmi fast on Fridays, you open the doors to prosperity and material fulfilment.
At the same time, it is important to understand the full procedure related to the fast before actually beginning with the process. It is important to commit the number of Fridays that you are willing to devote to the Goddess.

Goddess Laxmi has her special day on Friday when she is worshipped and prayed for. Keeping a fast and offering her prayers can go a long way to please her and get prosperity. You can also use Lotus seeds and leaves as offerings for the Goddess. Use of lotus seeds as Mala for rosary helps to attract her attention.
It is also said that God's reside in the place where there is a Tulsi plant. It is important to light a lamp next to her and ensure that Goddess Laxmi stays in your home forever.

Goddess Laxmi is the Hindu Goddess of wealth and prosperity. She is worshipped by all Hindu households who wish to boost their income and prosperity. Maa Laxmi is worshipped on Diwali to attract abundance and spiritual prosperity. Special prayers are used to attract her into Indian homes. Doing so helps to remove troubles and helps us to pursue the spiritual path or business.
So, it is important to clean the area, worship her on Friday and fast. Chant laxmi mantra 108 times and pray to Tulsi. You can also draw her feet to attract attention and abundance.

It is believed after observing fasts and worshipping Goddess Laxmi on Fridays, one can gain prosperity in life. These are the easiest of the two ways to attain the best financial health.
Thus, if you want to get rid of all your financial issues or troubles then you need to observe fast on Fridays to impress goddess Laxmi as she is regarded as the Goddess of wealth and abundance. Her blessings can help you to create new opportunities and overcome troubles.