Saraswathi Songs In Tamil
October 16, 2010 by Post Team
Saraswathi Songs In Tamil, Saraswathi videos Vasant Panchami (sometimes referred to as’ Basant Panchami ‘or’ Shree Panchami) is a Hindu festival celebrating Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge, music and art. It is celebrated each year on the fifth day of the month Magh India (January-February), the first day of spring. Traditionally during this festival children are taught to write their first words, feed Brahmins, worship of ancestors (pit-TARP) is carried out, the god of love Kamadeva is worshiped, and most of the institutions educational organize special prayer for Saraswati. The color yellow also plays an important role in this festival, where people often use yellow clothes, Saraswati is worshiped yellow dress, yellow and sweets are consumed within households.
Also known as Saraswati Puja (Bengali: “shoroshshoti” puja), this festival is celebrated in Nepal, India and Bangladesh to invoke the wisdom and conscience of human beings. In addition to wisdom, Saraswati is the goddess of the arts and performing arts. The day is also called Basant Panchami which falls on Falgun (Phalgun in Hindi) Bengali calendar month, ie February in the Gregorian calendar. In West Bengal Saraswati Puja is celebrated in Hindu homes and also in schools and colleges. Men usually wear traditional Bengali and Punjabi paijama. Women dress in yellow (Basanti) sari color. With his grace, silence is believed to have been able to speak and people have been blessed with the ability to write or compose poems. Musicians sing here and many even choose to perform here in the first place. Instrumentalists have bid placed by their instruments here. Besides art and culture, the goddess Saraswati also showers Her blessings for the education of children.
Notebooks, pencils and pens are kept at the Devi feet for blessings, then used by the students. A bulletin board asks students to write their names, address and roll number on a piece of paper and put it in the hundi after praying for success! It is believed that the Goddess bless you for success and positive.
His expression is so serene and quiet, although it is majestic. She sits on a white lotus in Padmasana, adorned with a silk sari, pure white, has a book in his hand down on the left, lower right hand shows the chinmudra, Aksharamala in His upper right hand and in His Amrithakalasam upper left hand. Both eyes are full of compassion. The vehicle assigned to each of the three goddesses also symbolically represent their special powers. Goddess Saraswathi is the consort of Lord Brahma (Lord of Creation) and is the goddess of wisdom and learning. Saraswati is the one that gives the essence (SARA) of our own self (SWA). It is regarded as the personification of all knowledge – arts, sciences, arts and other skills. She has a beautiful and elegant presence, is pure white, wearing a white sari, seated on a white lotus, representing purity and brilliance. She has four hands representing four aspects of human personality in learning, mind, intellect, alertness and ego. She has sacred scriptures in one hand and a lotus flower (symbol of true knowledge) in the second. With her other two hands that plays the music of love and life on the veena.
She is dressed in white (sign of purity) and rides on a white goose (swan). The swan is known for its characteristic pecliar to be able to separate water from milk, indicating that it should possess discrimination in separating the bad from the good. The seat is a lotus or peacck implies that the teacher is well established in the subjective experience of truth. When sitting on a peacck reminds us that wisdom suppresses ego.
Like Brahma, who is worshiped in both temples. However, each year Saraswathi Pooja (Navarathiri) is celebrated by people across India, whether students, workers, craftsmen, businessmen offering their prayers for a fruitful and successful year. However, Saraswathi has a temple in the district Koothanur Tanjavur (Tamil Nadu). There is an important temple of Saraswati at Basar at a distance of 40 km from Nizamabad on Adilabad district, Andhra Pradesh, on the banks of river Godavari.
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