In Hinduism, Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped in several forms. The most popular forms of Goddess Lakshmi are eight which are collectively known as Ashta Lakshmi. There are different opinions on the manifestations of Goddess Lakshmi in Ashta Lakshmi. However, following manifestations of Goddess Lakshmi are mentioned while describing the iconography of Ashta Lakshmi.
In Ashta Lakshmi Stotram, composed in the 1970s by Shri U. Ve Mu Srinivasavaradacharyar, Veera Lakshmi is replaced by Dhairya Lakshmi and Aishwarya Lakshmi is replaced by Vidya Lakshmi. As per the Stotram the list of Ashta Lakshmi is as following.
In Ashta Lakshmi Ashtottara Shatanamavali i.e. 108 Names of Ashta Lakshmi, the 8 forms of Ashta Lakshmi are similar to that of Ashtalakshmi Stotram but replaces Dhana Lakshmi by Aishwarya Lakshmi.
It is significant to mention that Vijaya Lakshmi is also known as Jaya Lakshmi. The other forms of Goddess Lakshmi, which are also worshipped, include