In Hindu Myths, Maa Laxmi is the Godly consort of Lord Vishnu and the Deity of riches and wealth. In the Vedas, ‘She’ called ‘Sri Laxmi’ signifies wealth. Worship of Parad Lakshmi Murti signifies a pleasure of prosperity and a sense of liability towards it. She is depicted as a very beautiful Goddess, sitting on a lotus flower. She has lotuses in various phases of bloom in her two hands. And even wears a garland of lotus flower in her neck.