Wooden Goddess Alamelu
This is an angelic idol of goddess Alamelu, a Goddess of Hindus. She is believed to be an expression of Goddess Lakshmi. Alamelu is worshipped mostly at the Southern India…read more
- Material: Indian Siris
- Width: 6″
- Height: 24″
- Length: 12″
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An angelic wooden statue of Goddess Alamelu, a Goddess of Hindus. She is believed to be an expression of Goddess Lakshmi. Alamelu is worshipped mostly at the Southern India. It is also believed that Goddess Alamelu who is also an avatar of Lakshmi was a daughter of Akasha Raja and later she married the Venkateshwar of Tirupati. She is also called Padmavati.
Goddess Alamelu is considered smaller than the Lords but her existence is mandatory and so it is said that temples of Vishnu are considered incomplete without Lakshmi or Alamelu. In few temples, like in Dwarka, Pandharpur, Maharashtra. Her distance yet close relationship implies the mark of independence and dependence both of God and Goddess.
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