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Sarasawati, God Of Education Hand Painted Tibetan Wall Hanging Meditation Original Hindu Thangka Painting From Nepal

$450 $1150

Dimensions: 102cm x 72 cm 40" x 28" Inch
Materials:Tibetan Canvas Cotton, Dust Of Pure Gold, Water, Stone Powder Combination With Tibetan Hide Glue Mixture
Canvas: Orgnaic Cotton
Hand Painted In Nepal
Master Quality Tibetan Thangka

Saraswati is a Hindu goddess associated with knowledge, wisdom, music, arts, learning, and speech. She is part of the trinity of Hindu goddesses, along with Lakshmi (goddess of wealth and prosperity) and Parvati (goddess of power and love). Saraswati is often depicted as a beautiful woman dressed in white, seated on a lotus, with a swan or peacock by her side. Here are some key aspects of Saraswati:


Saraswati is commonly depicted holding a veena (a musical instrument), a book (representing knowledge), and a mala (prayer beads).
The swan, which is often seen with her, symbolizes discrimination between the good and the bad.

Saraswati symbolizes the pursuit of knowledge, creativity, and the arts. She is revered by students, scholars, and artists seeking her blessings for success in their endeavors.

The festival of Vasant Panchami is dedicated to Saraswati and is celebrated in various parts of India. It usually falls in late January or early February and marks the arrival of spring. On this day, people worship Saraswati, seek her blessings, and students often place their books and instruments in front of the goddess's idol or image.
Consort of Brahma:

Saraswati is considered the consort of Lord Brahma, the creator in the Hindu trinity. Together, they represent the creative force in the universe.
Cultural Significance:

Saraswati is not only a revered deity in Hinduism but is also recognized in Jainism and some forms of Buddhism. Her worship extends to various cultural and regional traditions in the Indian subcontinent.
Education and Wisdom:

Saraswati is the embodiment of knowledge and wisdom. Her name is derived from the Sanskrit words "sara" (essence) and "swa" (self), indicating the essence of self-knowledge.

Devotees often chant Saraswati mantras seeking her blessings for success in education, artistic pursuits, and overall wisdom.
Saraswati holds a significant place in Hindu mythology and is revered not only in religious contexts but also in educational and artistic communities where her blessings are sought for inspiration and success in intellectual and creative pursuits.