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Goddess Padmini in Hindu Religion

Goddess Padmini is one among the numerous names of Goddess Lakshmi. Padmini means one who is seated on the Lotus. Lotus flower is a symbol of eternity, plenty and good fortune and Goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth, is usually depicted with a lotus flower. She is always referred to as the wife of Purushottama.

She holds noose and the goad in her upper arms. Two hands are in blessing posture. She wears a garland made of lotuses. She has a gracious appearance. Her complexion is like the heart of a lotus. Her ornaments are in the shape of letters.

Devotees surrender her before for protection. She is the source of all that is noblest in the universe. She is the ultimate refuge.

Padmavati and Padmamalini are two other names of Goddess Lakshmi that is associated with Lotus

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