When I read Adi Parva about the families of the gods and how they were classified, I read that when Brahma gave ten wives to the Dharma, they were "the ten doors of the Dharma":
13 नामतॊ धर्मपत्न्यस ताः कीर्त्यमाना निबॊध मे
कीर्तिर लक्ष्मीर धृतिर मेधा पुष्टिः शरद्धा करिया तथा
14 बुद्धिर लज्जा मतिश चैव पत्न्यॊ धर्मस्य ता दश
दवाराण्य एतानि धर्मस्य विहितानि सवयं भुवा
13 nāmato dharmapatnyas tāḥ kīrtyamānā nibodha me
kīrtir lakṣmīr dhṛtir medhā puṣṭiḥ śraddhā kriyā tathā
14 buddhir lajjā matiś caiva patnyo dharmasya tā daśa
dvārāṇy etāni dharmasya vihitāni svayaṃ bhuvā
English translation (by K. M. Ganguli):
Listen as I recount the wives of Dharma according to their names. They are ten in all--Kirti, Lakshmi, Dhriti, Medha, Pushti, Sraddha, Kria, Buddhi, Lajja, and Mali. These are the wives of Dharma as appointed by the Self-create.
Translation to English by Bibek Debroy:
Listen to me as I recite the names of Dharma’s wives—Kirti, Lakshmi, Dhriti, Medha, Pushti, Shraddha, Kriya, Buddhi, Lajja and Mati. As decreed by the one who created himself,20 these ten wives of Dharma are the doors to Dharma.
So my question is, what are the ten doors of the Dharma and its symbolism?