Laima

Laima is a Baltic goddess of fate. She was associated with childbirth, marriage, and death; she was also the patron of pregnant women. Laima and her functions are identical to the Hindu goddess Lakshmi. ==In Latvia== In the Latvian mythology, Laima and her sisters, Kārta and Dēkla, were a trinity of fate deities, similar to the Norse Norns or th...
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Laima

(from Lithuanian laim, `happiness,` `luck`), in Baltic religion, the goddess of fate, generally associated with the linden tree. Together with ... [2 related articles]
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Laima

[confectioner] == Company history == The company traces its origins to the 19th century, when the Theodor Riegert company was one of the largest confectioners in the Baltic Provinces of the Russian Empire. Despite the loss of Russian markets, the company maintained its major market position domestically following Latvia`s independence in 19...
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Laima

Laima was the Baltic goddess of good luck. Originally she and her sisters Karta and Dekla controlled the destinies of all living things, and her particular function was to choose the moment of death. She specialized in protecting women, from the moment when they were conceived, through their birth, growing up and marriage to the point where they ha...
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