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Chinese Good Luck Goddess

Also known as Gongdetian, Kung-Te-T'ien

Heavenly Goddess of Luck

She is a Chinese manifestation of the Hindu deity Lakshmi via the amazing power of Buddhist transmogrification. She may also have teleported to Japan under the name Kichijoten.

Her Chinese name Gong De Tian means ‘Heavenly Virtue’ and she is very willing to reward the virtuous. She has a magic pearl which grants wishes and — if her encouraging hand gesture is anything to go by — she is currently taking requests.

Go on, be bold and ask her for something.

Gong De Tian Facts and Figures

Name: Gong De Tian
Pronunciation: Gorng Duh Tee-yen
Alternative names: Gongdetian, Kung-Te-T'ien

Gender: Female
Type: Goddess
Celebration or Feast Day: Unknown at present

In charge of: Good Luck
Area of expertise: Good Fortune

Good/Evil Rating: NEUTRAL, may not care
Popularity index: 8342

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Article last revised on November 20, 2018 by the Godchecker data dwarves.
Editors: Peter J. Allen, Chas Saunders

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