Today I am sharing a favorite sketch of mine- Let’s learn how to draw Goddess Lakshmi step by step, video included!
Goddess Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, but she governs not just
the bank balance, but true wealth such as family, health, friends, food, etc.
The festive season is upon us, check out How to Make Ravana with Cardboard for Dusshera, and more Diwali crafts like How to Make a Clay Diya at Home, How to Draw a Diya, DIY Diwali Card, and also a Free Printable Happy Diwali Card!
How To Draw Goddess Lakshmi Video
Pause the video and draw along with me in this Goddess Lakshmi Drawing Video
Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGQvfs_Lk5M&t=12s
How To Draw Goddess Lakshmi Step by Step:
- Start with the face, draw outlines of eyes, lips eyebrows and a nose. Add a bindhi on top.
- Next frame the top of the face with a crown. I have drawn a tall crown here, but you can make it shorter too.
- Start adding jewelry, two necklaces and earrings.
- Add flowers behind the head, and also start defining the body by drawing in shoulders and the top of the arms.
- Draw in arms bangles and have the goddess hold a lotus in one arm in one hand and a kalash in another as seen.
- Draw two more hands now, one filled with coins spilling onto a circle, and another with either a ghada or another lotus.
- Now draw in her legs, waist, and a belt with jewelry around her waist. Next, add the bowl around the coin circle. Finish off the sketch by encircling the goddess in a lotus-shaped throne.
- Optionally add some flower garlands to fill up the background and that is how to draw Goddess Lakshmi.
I hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial. You can use any pen and paper for this. I used the MONO Drawing pen and a mixed-media sketchbook here in this How to Draw Goddess Lakshmi Tutorial
More Desi Art Tutorials to Try:
- How to Draw Ganesha Tutorial + Worksheet
- How to Draw a Diya in 4 Easy Steps
- Free Printable Rangoli Designs To Color
I wish everyone celebrating a joyous Navratri and Diwali season!
Hi I’m Smitha! I live in Minnesota with my husband and two daughters. You’ll always find me painting florals in my sketchbook. And I love the sheer joy of making something with just my hands! But my bigger love is capturing it all on camera Read more.
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