Maa Laxmi stone statue 2 FT is a subtly distressed statement piece from CRAFTS ODISHA that keeps your décor theme minimalist.
Material: Sandstone / Khondalite stone
Dimension(HWL): 25 x 15 x 9 inch
Height: 2 ft (approx.)
- The statue of Goddess Laxmi is seen sitting on a lotus pedestal, in Padmasana, beneath which a lion is seen engraved at her feet.
- The rough-textured statue has finely engraved jewelry like armlets, bangle, necklaces.
- The graceful statue is made by the skilled carver of Odisha, where stone carving is famous worldwide for its complex value.
- Goddess Laxmi is the wife of Lord “Bishnu” the sustainer of the universe.
- Said is the household goddess of wealth and prosperity of Hindu.
- She rose from the Samudra Manthan.
- The lotus depicted the symbol of liberation, despite blossoming in mud, it retains its beauty.
- Goddess Laxmi got worshipped with pure devotion in Dhanteras and Diwali, for prosperity and wealth into home and business.
- The statue of the sacred Goddess should place in the North or east part of the Northeast corner of your home or office.
- Laxmi sitting on Kamalasana (on a lotus) is believed to be the best posture to get worshiped to bring stability and growth to your wealth.
- You can place the statue at the entrance of any temple.
- It will auspicious to place her in your office, business hall, restaurant, shop, etc.
- You can also set the sculpt in your garden, fountain, or park.
- She protects her devotee from ill-health and adversity.
- The word “Laxmi” is derived from the word Lakshya which means ambition, goal, or target thus, thus, she helps a person to attain life’s goals.
- She blesses her devotee with good luck and prosperity.
- She is also known as “Moksha Pradayini”, one who bestows liberation.
- The sculpture is made from Redstone, which requires super low maintenance.
- This stone is considered to be durable, and weather-resistant.
- Simply take a piece of cloth or broom to wipe the surface of the statue.
- The cleaning should be carried every second day, to keep the dust away from the stone sculptures.