Lakshmi is a Hindu goddess who is regarded as the ultimate deity of wealth... - Bestower of Offspring
Santana Lakshmi is one of the eight incarnations of Lakshmi, who is the giver of a wealth of fertility and progeny. She is prayed to when a family or a woman is seeking for a child. The deity completes a family by giving them a son or a daughter while providing the opportunity to a man and his wife to be parents.
She is an eternal Lakshmi, who keeps the family and its name going. She is also prayed to by small kids who want siblings for themselves. Children are also considered as asset thus whenever a baby is born, Santana LakshmiSantana Lakshmi
Santana Lakshmi is one of the eight incarnations of Lakshmi... is thanked for her blessing.
The depiction of Santana Lakshmi is strikingly different from the other incarnations as she holds a child in her lap. She is a six armed Goddess and in one of her hands, she holds a baby sitting on her lap and the baby further holds a lotus. She carries a shield and a sword in two of her hands as her weapons. Her one hand is in Abhaya Mudra, dispelling fear of being infertile and not being able to enjoy the happiness of a child. Her other two hands hold water pitcher that are decorated with mango leaves and are covered with coconut. She sits in a lotus and usually is dressed in red or yellow garments. She is also ornamented with gold jewelry and wears a garland of flowers.
Benefits of Worshipping Santana Lakshmi
A couple prays to the goddess not only to have a child but also to keep their child healthy and prosperous. They pray to provide their child a disease free life. Apart from physical health, she also contributes in the intellectual growth of the child and his all-round development.
Santana Lakshmi Stotram
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The above mentioned Stotram praises Santana Lakshmi as a bestower of the progeny to all humans, gods, sages and demons. They all bow to her feet for her blessings. She rides GarudaGaruda
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