Lakshmi is one of the principal goddesses in Hinduism. She is the goddess of wealth, fortune, power, beauty, fertility and prosperity, and associated with Maya (“Illusion”). Along with Parvati and Saraswati, she forms the Tridevi of Hindu goddesses.
Lakshmi is venerated as the prosperity aspect of the Mother goddess.
Lakshmi is both the consort and the divine energy (shakti) of the Hindu god Vishnu, the Supreme Being of Vaishnavism; she is also the Supreme Goddess in the sect and assists Vishnu to create, protect, and transform the universe.
Ganesha, the son of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati is popularly worshipped under different names like Sumukha, Ekadanta, Kapila, Gajakarna, Lambodara, Vikath, Vidhnanashaka, Vinayaka, Dhumraketu, Ganadhayaksha, Bhalchandra and Gajanana.
The large elephant head of Lord Ganesha symbolizes wisdom, understanding, and a discriminating intellect that one must possess to attain perfection in life.
mooshak (mouse) also symbolizes uncontrolled desires and ego that can nibble all that is good and noble in a person.
Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, art, speech, wisdom, and learning.She is one of the Tridevi, along with the goddesses Lakshmi and Parvati.
She has remained significant as a goddess from the Vedic period through the modern period of Hindu traditions.
Saraswati’s name means ‘elegant’, ‘flowing’, and ‘watery’ and this is indicative of her status as one of the early Aryan boundary rivers.