Veeraswamy Krishnaraj

1. Adi Lakshmi: Primeval Lakshmi aka Ramaa, daughter of Sage Bhrigu, and consort of Narayana living in Vaikunta or Paramapadam. She is four-handed, the upper arms holding a lotus and a white flag, the lower arms in Abhaya and Varada Mudras.

2. Dhana Lakshmi. Goddess of Wealth.  She has six arms, four arms holding a bow and arrow and a discus in the right posterior arms, a conch and a pitcher on the left posterior arms, right anterior arm in Abhaya mudra issuing gold coins and the left anterior arm in Varada Mudra.

3. Dhanya Lakshmi. Goddess of grains. She is eight-armed, dressed in red blouse and green sari, with two hands in Abhaya and Varada Mudras, the other six hands holding two lotuses, a mace, paddy stalks, sugarcane, and a bunch of bananas.

4. Gajalakshmi. Elephant (-associated) Lakshmi. She was four-armed holding two lotuses and posing in Abhaya-Varada Mudras, and born the daughter of the ocean, emerged from it and married Vishnu. Two elephants shower her from two water vessels, when seated on a lotus wearing blue-green blouse and a red sari.  She protects and grants wealth.

5. Santana Lakshmi.  Goddess of Progeny. She in this form grants children to the devotees. She is six-armed sporting two Kalashas holding two sheared coconuts and loose mango leaves, a sword, a shield, and the two of the six hands in Abhaya-Varada Mudra poses. She has a preschooler child sitting on her left lap holding a flower.

6. Vīra Lakshmi. Valorous Lakshmi. She is eight-armed with a red sari and a golden blouse. She is the embodiment of valor, power...She carries discuss, conch, bow, arrow, trident/spear/sword, and a book of palm leaves and offers Abhaya and Varada Mudras.

7. Vidya Lakshmi. Goddess of knowledge. She is four-armed in white sari and red blouse. Two hands bestow Abhaya and Varada poses. The other two carry lotus flowers.

8. Vijaya Lakshmi. Goddess of Victory. AKA Jayalakshmi. She wears a red sari and has eight arms carrying a discus, a conch, sword, shield, lotus, noose; the other two arms giving Abhaya and Varada Mudra poses.