Dvibhuja Lakshmi, also known as Dwibhuja Vyuha Laxmi, is one of the numerous forms of Goddess Lakshmi. The Dvibhuja Lakshmi form is mentioned in Lakshmi Tantram which mentions about the eight forms of Goddess Lakshmi. This form is also mentioned in the Vishnu Purana and also in the Padma Purana.
In the Dvibhuja Lakshmi form, Goddess Lakshmi is depicted as beautiful woman with two hands each holding a lotus. She is shown as either standing on a lotus or sitting on a lotus.
It is said that when Goddess Lakshmi is depicted along with Lord Vishnu she should be always shown in the Dvibhuja Lakshmi form and should be shown on the left-side of Lord Vishnu.
This form is also occasionally referred as the Vishnu-Lakshmi form.