Saraswati Puja

Saraswati Pooja is performed for devotion to the Goddess of knowledge and wisdom. The Goddess of learning is worshiped among the students and learned who firmly follow all the customs to worship her. The festivities that go along with Saraswati pooja is a division of the social celebrations. On this day, small girls are seen in yellow saaries. Bright Palash flowers are offered as Pushpanjali along with chanting mantras that is a significant part of the worship.

Saraswati Puja 2018

Goddess Saraswati is worshipped to invoke the blessings of the deity, who is the Goddess of culture, music art and education. The significance of Saraswati Puja is that it is a spring festival and it marks the beginning of spring.

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Significance of Saraswati Puja
Maa Saraswati TemplesView More »
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The devotees worship the Goddess in the form of Gnana Saraswati in the Basara Temple. There is a Hindu myth that says while Vyasa was trying to write the sacred holy book

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Gnana Saraswati in Basara
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This is one of the popular Maa Saraswati Temples situated in the vicinity of the Kaleswara temple in the place called Kaleswaram, the devotees offer their prayers to the

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Maha Saraswati in Kaleswaram
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The Saraswati Temple Kuthanur is among the popular Maa Saraswati Temples situated in Tamilnadu. Devotees believe that Goddess Saraswati, who is the incarnations

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Saraswati in Kuthanur
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The Sringeri Vidya Peeth is a popular temple for Goddess Saraswati and is situated in the district of Karnataka. The legendary Adi Shankaracharya used to see

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Sarada Devi in Sringeri
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Saraswati Puja Recipes

Delectable Saraswati Puja recipesform an integral part of the Hindu festival Saraswati Puja

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Saraswati Maa Bhajans

The word “bhajan” has been coined from Sanskrit word “bhaj” which means to share, to belong

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Saraswati Puja Songs

Goddess Saraswati, the exemplar of wisdom, beauty, grace, purity and knowledge

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