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Kisshōten (吉祥天), also known as Kichijōten, Kudokuten (功徳天), Laksmi, Mahasri or Sri-mahadevi is a Japanese female divinity. Adapted from the Hindu goddess Lakshmi and the god Krishna she is sometimes named as one of the Seven Gods of Fortune, replacing Jurōjin. She is considered to be the goddess of happiness, fertility, and beauty.
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