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Vintage Print of Goddess Laxmi I Calendar Art I Bazaar Art I Indian Art I Vintage Indian Prints

Vintage Print of Goddess Laxmi I Calendar Art I Bazaar Art I Indian Art I Vintage Indian Prints

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Our remarkable vintage Indian calendar painting depicting Laxmi, the Goddess of Wealth is the perfect way to bring spirituality and history into any space. With its original frame, it harks back centuries ago when Calendar Art was mass-produced with popular icons & deities - a cultural tradition still honored today! An investment in heritage as much as beauty.

This print is truly one-of-a-kind! Its owners have made it their own with a little sparkle and shine. It's so special, you won't find another quite like it anywhere else!

Goddess Laxmi is the Hindu goddess of wealth, prosperity, and good fortune. She is considered the consort of Lord Vishnu and is widely worshipped in India. In Hindu mythology, Laxmi is depicted as a beautiful and graceful woman dressed in fine garments and adorned with precious jewels. She is often depicted holding lotus flowers in her hands, which symbolize purity and enlightenment.

Laxmi is considered the embodiment of all that is material and worldly and is revered as the giver of wealth and prosperity. In Hindu tradition, she is invoked at the start of any new enterprise or venture, and her blessings are sought for success in business and financial matters.

Materials

Paper, Wood and Glass

Dimensions

11 Inches X 17 Inches

Care information

Dry clean only.

Fragile and glass, handle with care
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