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Alakshmi is the second wife of demon Kali (demon).[1] She is often recounted as “cow-repelling, antelope-footed, and bull-toothed."[2]

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  1. J.L.Shastri (1951). Linga Purana - English Translation - Part 2 of 2.
  2. Devdutt, Pattanaik (2002). Lakshmi : the goddess of wealth and fortune ; an introduction. Vakils, Feffer and Simons. OCLC 419228026.