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day 1. The Goddess Lakshimi. Lakshmi in Sanskrit is derived from its elemental form lakS, meaning "to perceive or observe".[1] This is synonymous with lakṣya, meaning "aim" or "objective". In Hindu sacred texts, the Vedas call Mahalakshmi Lakshyayidhi Lakshmihi which means she is the one who has the object and aim of uplifting mankind. wikipedia ---- "Lakshimi, blessed one, please, open my heart like a lotus flower..."

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I think this is a depiction of Rama and Sita. Sita was kidnapped by a demon king, Ravana who tried to seduce her but she refused him. Rama rescued Sita but he's a flawed hero because he questioned his wife's fidelity twice and after the second time she left him.

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