Kubera Lakshmi - Medium

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Kubera Lakshmi

Kubera, also known as Kuber is the lord of wealth and the protector of all Earthly wealthLord Kubera is the protector of all earthly wealth ( Dhanpati ) and the king of the Yakshas ( short gnome like dwarfs, who are generally associated with water bodies ). Kubera is the king of Alakapuri, a city located high off in the Norther Himalayas and close to Mount Kailash, the abode of Shiva and Parvati.

As the God who owns all the material wealth, it is his ( Kubera’s ) responsibility to distribute all the wealth to the ones who deserve them – while creating wealth is the primary responsibility of the Goddess Lakshmi, Kubera’s role is mostly to protect and manage the wealth efficiently.    

Sri one of the names of Goddess Mahalakshmi is widely used as an auspicious symbol which evokes grace and abundance. Goddess Mahalakshmi is often depicted  with hands sitting or standing on lotus. Goddess Lakshmi is depicted  as extremely beautiful with two of her hands holding lotus flowers and other two offering blessings of fortune.
Goddess Mahalakshmi Gayatri

Om MahaDevyaicha Vidhmahe
Vishnu Patnyaicha Dheemahi
Thanno Lakshmi Prachotayaath   
Kubera Gayatri 

Om Yaksha Rajaya Vidhmahe 
Alikadeesaya Deemahi
Thanno Kubera Prachotayaath
Kubera Lakshmi - Thanjavur Paintings are made on canvases (wooden plank with layer of cloth). The cloth is then evenly coated with a paste of limestone and a binding medium and let to dry. The artist then draws a detailed sketch of the painting on the canvas. A paste, made of limestone and a binding medium, is used to create 3D effect in embellishing and ornamenting the theme using a brush. Gold leaves and gems of varied hues are used in selected areas like pillars, arches, thrones, dresses, etc. The shine and glean of the gold leaves used by the Thanjavur style paintings last forever. Finally, colours are applied on the sketch. Standard wooden frame is used to house the paintings.  
These beautiful paintings can be kept in the Pooja room or in the room we keep cash and gold. Typically paintings are gifted on house warming cermonies.

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