Saraswati Devi is the goddess of learning. She is the goddess of speech (Vac), the Flowing-One. She represents the union of power and intelligence from which organized creation arises. Saraswati Devi possesses all the learnings of the the Vedas, scriptures, dancing, musical power and poetry. She revealed language and writing to man. Her origin is the lost Vedic river Saraswati. This is the source of her profound connection to fluidity in any aspect (water, speech, thought, etc.). She is wisdom, fortune, intelligence, nourishment, brilliance, contentment, splendour and devotion. The river imagery of Saraswati represents a migration from a world of ignorance or bondage to a shore that represents enlightenment and freedom. This religious quest represents a state of transition or rebirth in which a spiritual pilgrim sloughs off his old self and is born again, free and enlightened.
Jay saraswati mata jay jay he saraswati mata, Sadgun vaibhav shalini tribhuvan vikhayata. Jay saraswati mata. Chandravadni padmasini dhuti mangalkari, Sohen subh hans savari atul tejdhari. Jay saraswati mata. Baye kar me veena daye kar me mala, Shish mukut mani sohen gal motiyan mala. Jay saraswati mata. Devi sharan jo aye unka uddhar kiya, Paithe manthara dasi Ravan sahar kiya. Jay saraswati mata. Vidhya gyan pradayini gyan prakash bharo, Moh aur agyan timir ka jag se nash karo. Jay saraswati mata. Dhoop deep fal meva ma sweekar karo, Gyanchkshu de mata bhav se uddhar karo. Jay saraswati mata. Ma Saraswati ji ki aarti jo koi nar gave, Hitkari sukhkari gyan bhakti pave. Jay saraswati mata. Jay saraswati mata jay jay he saraswati mata, Sadgun vaibhav shalini tribhuvan vikhayata. Jay saraswati mata.
In Hinduism, a deity, often referred to as a god or goddess, represents a divine power or principle. Hindus have a wide range of deities, each with their own unique stories, attributes, and significance. They are revered, celebrated, and worshipped in various forms and manifestations.
Hinduism encompasses a vast pantheon with millions of deities. However, most of these are regional or local manifestations of a smaller number of major deities. The Holy Trinity or "Trimurti" of Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the preserver), and Shiva (the destroyer) is central to many traditions within Hinduism.
Start by learning the stories, attributes, and significance associated with that deity. Engage in temple activities, attend lectures or discourses, or consult sacred scriptures. Open-minded exploration and genuine curiosity are key.
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