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Goddess Sridevi Worshipped In Hinduism – About Hindu Goddess Sridevi

Goddess Sridevi is one of the numerous forms of Goddess Lakshmi worshipped in Hindu religion. Legend has it that Goddess Laxmi appeared in the form of Sridevi during the Samudra Manthan or the churning of the ocean. This is mentioned in the Vishnu Purana. Goddess Shri Devi was one among the precious items that appeared during the churning of the ocean.


She is the goddess of plenty and prosperity.
She is the goddess of wealth.
She also symbolically represents cleanliness, goodness and hope.

Goddess Lakshmi resides in the chest of Lord Vishnu in the form of Sridevi.

Hindu holy scriptures mention that in the form of Sridevi, Goddess Lakshmi has the face like that of full moon with red lips. She has a benign and smiling face. In this form, she is dressed in white color sari and wears jewelry. The young age of Goddess Lakshmi is depicted in the Sridevi form.

Goddess Sridevi is usually visualized as having two hands and sitting in Padmasana. In some scriptures she is mentioned as having four hands and she carries pasha, ankush, rosary and lotus.