About Hinduism



The goddess Siddhidatri is the ninth form of Mahadurga. The goddess Siddhidatri is also known as Mahalakshmi and Kamalatmika or Kamala. The goddess is seated on a lotus and has four hands. She holds one lotus each in two hands, one hand is raised giving blessing to the aspirant and the other hand is lowered in the sense of offering wealth. In some other versions the goddess is seen as holding a mace in one hand, a discus in the second, a conch in the third and a lotus in the fourth hand. Other than this there are versions which may be similar and between these two. The goddess is dressed in a red sari as is traditional for most goddesses. Since the goddess is herself the giver of wealth she is wearing a crown and many ornaments. There are many tales of the goddess in the form of Mahalakshmi that are very well known. Some people believe that the worship of the Goddess Laxmi should be done with her mate Vishnu, however she is usually worshipped with Lord Ganesha. She is the goddess of Tantra, Mantra, Yogic accomplishments achieved by means of spiritual practices in the form of Supernatural powers as well as worldly accomplishments. Generally Siddhidatri is considered as the goddess of Wealth however she is also the goddess of Beauty, Arts, accomplishment of worldly desires and the Sciences. Her mantra is

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