Shri Radhe Maa, also called Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa and Guru Maa by her devotees, is a Hindu spiritual teacher and guru from India. Shri Radhe Maa emphasises the need for surrender to God, humility, truthfulness, self-discipline and self-restrain. Radhe Maa urges devotees to engage with society through initiatives like donation of blood, clothes, food, books and medicines to orphanages, old age homes and sadhus
Kichijōten who is also
known as, Kisshōten, Kudokuten, Laxmi, Mahasri or Sri-Mahadevi is a Japanese
Adapted from the Hindu goddess Laxmi is often shown as a wife or sister of Bishamonten (guardian of the North direction), and is one of the seven Lucky Gods. She is considered to be the goddess of virtue,wealth, happiness,
fertility, and beauty.
Japanese belief in Kichijouten was widespread in the Nara period. The painted portrait at Yakushiji (Yakushi-ji is one of the most famous imperial and ancient Buddhisttemples in Japan) were worshiped as a principal image at the kissou keka or New Year's ceremony for welcoming good luck and sweeping out bad.
Kichijouten is usually represented as a beautiful Tang-
period court lady, wearing a richly embroidered gown and
an elaborately jewelled head-dress. She is distinguished from Benzaiten with whom she is often confused, by the "wish-granting" jewel held in her left hand, and the lotus in her right. She also makes the gesture (mudra) of charity with her palm open and facing downwards.