Goddesses Saraswathi is an important almighty in Hindu religion where she is worshipped to attain eternal knowledge, intelligence and wisdom.
Hindu Puranas and mythologies portray her as the wife of Lord Brahma (the god of creation) and the mother of Rishi Naradha who got considered as the "guru of devas". She was also considered to be the most integral part of “Tri-sakthi” (Saraswathi, Lakshmi and Paravathi) and she is well known as the “god of education”.
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"Saras" means "flow" and "wati" means "She who has" and it depicts that Saraswathi means the flow of endless knowledge. The goddesses are found to have four arms and having veena in one of her arms (which again resembles knowledge) and found to resist in white lotus.
Lord Saraswathi in Zoroastrianism
Zoroastrianism worshipped lord Saraswathi in the name of Sroasha which means guardian of the earth, and also worshipped as the goddesses of obedience. According to Zoroastrianism mythology, Sroasha was the wife and messenger of Ahura Mazda. Lord Sroasha is known to guide the deceased soul to their afterlife.
Symbolic bird and other names
Lord Sarawathi's symbolic representing bird is a peacock, and it connects with her through crowing calls, and she is also known as Durga because she used to destroy the ill behaviour and addiction towards drugs in humans similar to that of destroying evil spirits done by lord Durga.
Lord Saraswathi in other religions
Mother Saraswathi, not just bound with Hindu religion instead, she is also an important goddess in Buddhism, and the Buddhists worship her as the god of knowledge. She was considered as the knowledge guardian, who protects the eternal knowledge delivered by Lord Buddha to his followers and practitioners.
Apart from Buddhism lord, Saraswathi worshipped in other major religious lands like Burma, China, Japan and Thailand as Thurathadi, Biancaitian, Benzaitian, and Suraswadhi respectively.
Diversified land with diversified believes
There is no wonder that India is the most diversified nation has diversified believes, the northern and eastern states of India considers Goddess Saraswathi as the daughter of mother Durga, and her siblings are Lakshmi, Ganesha and Kartikeya.
According to Hindu Puranas, Saraswathi was considered as a holy river during the Rig Veda times and then the goddess attained further more deital position post-vedic ages and became the eternal goddess of knowledge. People in India, not just worship Mother Saraswathi for acquiring brilliance in academic knowledge, they also worship her to attain spiritual knowledge and consider her as the path towards Moksha.
Saraswathi and Trimoorthy
Different parts of India view Mother Saraswathi in different aspects, but still worships her as the goddess of knowledge. According to Skanda Purana Saraswathi was the daughter of Lord Shiva and according to Devi Mahatyam goddess was the wife of Lord Brahma (mentioned as Brahmapatni) and also some scriptures say that Lord Saraswathi was born from the left part of god Vishnu when he was in his eternal sleep.
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Trio of Devis
According to the scriptures of Devi Mahatmya, Goddess Saraswathi is the trio power of Maha Sakthi, Maha Lakshmi and Maha Saraswathi who was found to hold several weapons in her eight arms and dedicatedly worshipped the goddess Saraswathi to destroy the demon Sumbha and other asuras.
The Adi Sakthi
According to Vedanta, goddess Saraswathi considered as the feminine equivalent of lord Brahma and the base of knowledge and a form of Adi Sakthi. Avail the quality set of Goddess Saraswathi Tanjore Painting Online in Chennai, at a competitive price with rich artwork.
Four arms of Saraswathi
The four arms of Saraswathi depicts the four aspects of acquiring knowledge that includes mind, intellect, alertness, and ego. Moreover, the four arms of goddess Saraswathi depicts the four precious Vedas (Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharvana) of Hindu religion.