This form of Lakshmi as the name suggests (Santāna = offspings) is the Goddess of progeny, the treasure of the family life. Worshipers of Santana Lakshmi are bestowed with the wealth of good children possessing with good health and a long life. This form of Goddess Lakshmi
is depicted as six-armed, holding two pitchers, a sword, and a shield; the other two hands are engaged in abhaya mudra and most importantly, for holding a child on her lap; the child is seen holding a lotus.
Santana-Lakshmi Prayer Song: Lyrics of the hymn or stotram dedicated to this form of Lakshmi
Ayi, Gaja Vaahini, Moohini, Chakrini, Raagavivardhaini, Jnanamaye Gunagavaaridhi, Lokayithai Shini Sapthaswara Maya Gaanamathe, Sakala Suraasura Dheva Muneeshvara Maanavavandhitha Paadhayuthe, Jaya Jaya He, Madhusoodhana Kaamini Santhaanalakshmi, Paalayamaam ||
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