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    Lakshmi Narasimhar 2.8″

    2,100

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Lord Vishnu as Lakshmi Narasimhar. He took on the Ugra Avatar of Narasimhar to destroy the evil forces of the Asuras. To control the fury of the avatar, Goddess Lakshmi sat on his lap and calmed him down. This idol depicts them in the same pose, with the goddess delicately set upon his regal lap. The presence of Vishnu with Maa Lakshmi, balances the aura of your home. Vishnu is to be worshipped every Thursday, while Lakshmi Puja is to be performed on Fridays. The premium metals in the idol set, work together to purify your homes, and imbue pure positive energy to it. The blessings of the deities also brings protection, prosperity, and abundance into your homes.

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    Lakshmi With Arch 8″

    15,300

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted framed by an elegant Prabhavali topped with a Lion’s head, and floral carvings. Her four arms represent the goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha.The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Arch 13.6″

    31,500

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted framed by an elegant Prabhavali topped with a Lion’s head, and floral carvings. Her four arms represent the goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha.The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Base 3.2″

    1,500

    A noble brass idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Base 5.2″

    6,600

    A noble brass idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Base 5.2″

    8,100

    A noble brass idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Base 5.2″

    5,400

    A noble brass idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Sq. Base 5.6″

    9,900

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Sq. Base 5.6″

    8,100

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Uthama Lakshmi 8″

    36,000

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Uthama Lakshmi 8″

    31,500

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Uthama Lakshmi 8″

    27,000

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.