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Gayatri mantra which is chanted at the end of Sri sukta, which upanishad or Veda contains it?

The Mantra is this:

ॐ म॒हा॒दे॒व्यै च॑ वि॒द्महे॑ विष्णुप॒त्नी च॑ धीमहि । तन्नो॑ लक्ष्मीः प्रचो॒दया॓त् ॥ -- Om mahadevyai cha vidmahe vishnupatni cha dhimahi tanno lakshmi prachodayath ||

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  • @BhargavRao wasn't able to find laxmi gayatri in those gayatris from upanishads. – Anubhav Jha Feb 16 '18 at 5:59
  • @AnuragSingh which "upanishad". – Anubhav Jha Feb 16 '18 at 6:24
  • Which is that mantra that you chant at the end of the Sri Sukta? U need to specify the mantra.. – Rickross Feb 16 '18 at 7:44
  • @Rickross "ॐ म॒हा॒दे॒व्यै च॑ वि॒द्महे॑ विष्णुप॒त्नी च॑ धीमहि । तन्नो॑ लक्ष्मीः प्रचो॒दया॓त् ॥" some new age Vedics like rakesh joshi/fierce lord are calling this as interpolation, I don't believe in that offcource as I believe in the timeline of puranas, I want to find out where this mantra is from if it's from one of the ancient upanishads my problem will be solved. – Anubhav Jha Feb 16 '18 at 7:47
  • Ok.. Did u chk the mahanaryana? It has Gayatris of several deities.. – Rickross Feb 16 '18 at 7:48