When Saraswati (Knowledge, Skills) leaves a place, then, Goddess Laxmi(wealth, property) follows, leaving Alaxmi(strife and battle) behind. When Laxmi isn't present anymore, then, at that point, one begins considering and dealing with the ability and information required to attract the attention of Goddess Laxmi.
Regardless of whether you are blessed by Goddess Laxmi or Saraswati, you might be presumptuous, assuming you are inadequate with regards to insight and intelligence(Ganesha). This makes it difficult for you to figure out how to keep both Laxmi and Saraswati together to encounter bliss and timeless joy and accomplishment. To keep the two of them together, one needs knowledge and insight. Lord Ganesha is the lord of knowledge and intelligence. With the presence of intelligence and knowledge, we begin to worship both Laxmi and Saraswati equally. The message depicted to devotees through the three deities’ union is, to keep up with Laxmi and Saraswati; one requires intelligence and knowledge (Ganesha).
Ganesha is the ruler of Muladhara. Eliminates obstacles. Joins restricting powers. Saraswati is the partner of Brahma who is the ruler of creation and symbolizes swadisthana chakra. Goddess Saraswati supplies the chakra with information of creation. Goddess Lakshmi is the partner of Lord Vishnu who symbolizes Manipura chakra. Goddess Lakshmi is the provider of endless riches. So when the three deities are worshipped together, it brings in good luck and prosperity. The 8” brass statues of Ganesha, Lakshmi, and Saraswati will definitely bring peace, prosperity, and riches to your life when worshipped with all your heart. The beauty of the statues is unparalleled. Carefully crafted by the finest sculptors, the statues are aesthetically pleasing to the eye aside from bringing in luck and prosperity.
Take due care of your beautiful statues by cleaning them with a soft cotton cloth once or twice a week. These magnificent auspicious statues of the great deities of the Hindu pantheon were made by master sculptors from Jaipur and South India.
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