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Lakshmi

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The Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity, and the embodiment of beauty.
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The river itself, rich in pearls and areca trees, is prominently featured as superior to the Ganges, and various sacred locations around it are mentioned: Vara and White Cliff (probably Visnu's temple at Tiruvallarai), Lunar Pond (said to be superior to Lake Manasa in the north), a shrine of the goddess Nil, and, most important, a long description of Srirangam with its Sesa drone dedicated to Visnu and Laksmi (HSVD 1.
This put him in the lead together with Seshadri, who defeated Egyptian Ahmed Ahmed Abdulateef, and Laksmi, who managed to gain space advantage with her game against local Zainab Al Afoo.
Laksmi Janarthanan, divisional manager - commercial, received the award on behalf of Nawal Saigal, managing director of Drydocks World -- Dubai.
Although Yama is invoked on each of the five days during this festival, many people disagree with the name "Yamapancaka" because the lofty ways of celebrating Laksmi, the worship of the self, and the worship of brothers have weakened the worship of Yama considerably (Naghabhani 1991: 47).
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Gemprint(TM) -- (65% owned by CVF) Gemprint is continuing to work on the implementation of its distribution agreement with The Laksmi Group in India (one of the largest wholesalers and manufacturers of diamond jewelry products in India).
The ISTC union hit out after it emerged billionaire steel tycoon Laksmi Mittal gave pounds 125,000 to Labour just weeks after rival firm Corus cut 6,000 jobs, half of them in Wales.
The Hindu parents in the study had, for instance, made small shrines (containing Laksmi, Hanuman, Rama and Krishna) in their homes where daily morning and afternoon prayers are said and it is normal to go to a nearby mandir at the weekends.
Young women, including the Sams' two daughters, Malene, nineteen, and Laksmi, sixteen, check themselves in the mirror, tugging at their tight, short-sleeved silk blouses.
These pieces include several children's songs, instrumental and vocal pieces (with examples of individual Khmer instruments), traditional boxing music, one popular song, and a story (told by Sam's daughter, Laksmi Sam).
Candles and lamps are lit in and outside every home as a greeting to Laksmi.