Saraswati Puja Vidhanam in Telugu PDF

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Saraswati Puja Vidhanam in Telugu PDF

Among the essential deities in Hinduism, Saraswati is worshiped as the mother of education. This Goddess is Brahma Deveri, one of the Trinity. River Saraswati is also mentioned extensively in Vedas and Puranas. Some legends connect the stories of Goddess Saraswati and River Saraswati. Goddess Saraswati is worshiped prominently during Navratri and Vasantha Panchami festivals.

There are various stories about Saraswati in Rigveda, Devi Bhagavatam, Brahma Vaivarta Purana (2.6.13-95), and Padma Purana. Saraswati is praised on multiple hymns as the embodiment of eternal energy. There is a legend that as Brahma is the creator of all creation, Saraswati was also created by Brahma and he wore her on his tongue to accompany him in the work of creation. Devi Bhagavatam says that Shrimata Devi bestowed Saraswati as the form of Shakti to Brahma to perform the work of creation. Another story is that Vishnu gave Saraswati to Brahma.

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Saraswati is worshiped as the presiding deity of speech, intellect, wisdom, education, arts, and knowledge. These goddesses are mostly depicted as Hamsavahini, Veenapani, and Book Mala Dharini. In the depictions of Saraswati, the importance of white objects is high. Bammera Potana in his praise of Saraswati enumerates a long list of white objects as “Sharada niradendu ghanasara patira marala mallika hara tushara phena rajatachala kasaphaneesa kunda mandara sudha pyodhi sita tamara sarasa vahini shubhakarata noppu”. The name of the harp worn by Saraswati is “Kachchapi”.

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Saraswati is one of the five forms that Parashakti first assumed. The fifth chapter of Devi Bhagavatam Navama Skandham explains that the Mother bestows not only education but also omnipotence abilities to her devotees. Saraswati is worshiped as the heart of mahamaya, bhasha jyotirmayi, and art.


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