Dhanalaxmi

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Etymology[edit]

dhana + Laxmi, the name of the Hindu god Vishnu’s Shakti.

Proper noun[edit]

Dhanalaxmi

  1. A Hindi goddess
    • 1980, T. Vedantam, J. K. Barthakur, Census of India, 1971: Series 2: Andhra Pradesh, India Office of the Registrar General, Page 138
    • On the following day, the woman-folk worship Goddess Dhanalaxmi for prosperity.
    • Goddess Dhanalaxmi is propitiated on the Amavasya night in Hindu homes. Goddess Laxmi is said to have emerged from the ocean during the 'samudra manthan'. Her birth is celebrated with pujas, illuminations and crackers and festivity in every Hindu home. [1]