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Stotras of Devi Saraswati: (Stotras)

Devi Saraswati Devi Saraswati • Slokas:

Namaste Sharade Devi
- नमस्ते शारदे देवी काश्मीरपुरवासिनि
Saraswati Mahabhage
- सरस्वति महाभागे विद्ये कमललोचने
Saraswati Namastubhyam
- सरस्वति नमस्तुभ्यं वरदे कामरूपिणि
Shuklam Brahma Vicara Sara
- शुक्लां ब्रह्मविचारसारपरमामाद्यां जगद्व्यापिनीं

• Stotras:

Saraswati Stotram (Sage Agastya)
- सरस्वती स्तोत्रम्
Sharada Bhujangam (Adi Shankara)
- शारदा भुजङ्ग प्रयाताष्टकम्

• Vedic Mantras:

Saraswati Mantras (Rig Veda 1.3.10 to 1.3.12)
- पावका नः सरस्वती
- चोदयित्री सूनृतानां
- महो अर्णः सरस्वती



Form of Devi Saraswati: (Form)

Devi Saraswati • Pure White Color: कुन्देन्दुतुषारहारधवला (Kunde[a-I]ndu-Tussaara-Haara-Dhavalaa) Who is Pure White like Jasmine, with the Coolness of Moon, Brightness of Snow and Shine like the Garland of Pearls
• Wearing Pure White Garments: शुभ्रवस्त्रावृता (Shubhra-Vastra-[A]avrtaa) Who is covered with Pure White Garments
• Holding Veena in Hand: वीणावरदण्डमण्डितकरा (Viinnaa-Vara-Danndda-Mannddita-Karaa) Whose Hand is adorned with Veena and Vara-Danda (Boon-Giving Staff)
• Holding Vara-Danda in Hand: वीणावरदण्डमण्डितकरा (Viinnaa-Vara-Danndda-Mannddita-Karaa) Whose Hand is adorned with Veena and Vara-Danda (Boon-Giving Staff)
• Seated on White Lotus: श्वेतपद्मासना (Shveta-Padma-[A]asanaa) Who is seated on a Pure White Lotus
• Holding Rosary in Hand: स्फटिकमणिनिभैरक्षमालान्दधाना (Sphattika-Manni-Nibhair-Akssamaalaan-Dadhaanaa) Who holds a Rosary of Beads which shine like a Crystal
• Holding White Lotus in Hand: पद्मं सितम् (Padmam Sitam) Who holds a White Lotus
• Holding a Book in Hand: पुस्तकम् (Pustakam) Who holds a Book
• Endowed with Pure White Lustre: भासा कुन्देन्दुशङ्खस्फटिकमणिनिभा (Bhaasaa Kunde(a-I)ndu-Shangkha-Sphattika-Manni-Nibhaa) Whose Pure White Lustre is like the combination of Jasmine, Moon, Conch and Crystal



Pilgrimages of Devi Saraswati: (Pilgrimages)

Sharada Peeth Sharada PeethKashmir - Sharada Peeth (PoK): An ancient pilgrimage of Devi Sharada which is the ancient Sharada Peeth of Kashmir.
Pehowa (Kurukshetra district, Haryana): An ancient Tirth [Pitrudhak Tirtha] dating back to the times of Mahabharata which has a temple of Devi Saraswati.
Sringeri - Sharada Peeth (Chikmagalur district, Karnataka): A math of Adi Shankara with the famous temple of Devi Sharada inside it,
Basar - Devi Gyana Saraswati (Adilabad district, Telangana): A famous temple of Devi Gyana Saraswati.
Kaleshwaram - Devi Maha Saraswati (Karimnagar district, Telangana): A temple of Devi Maha Saraswati present within the Kaleshwara Mukteshwara Swamy temple premises.
Wargal - Devi Vidya Saraswati (Medak district, Telangana): A temple of Devi Vidya Saraswati.
Koothanur - Devi Maha Saraswati (Thiruvarur district, Tamil Nadu): Has a temple of Devi Maha Saraswati.



Festivals of Devi Saraswati: (Festivals)

Devi Saraswati 1. Shishira Ritu: Pausha Masa (Dec - Jan)
2. Shishira Ritu: Magha Masa (Jan - Feb) → Shukla Paksha Panchami: Vasant Panchami
3. Vasanta Ritu: Phalguna Masa (Feb - Mar)
4. Vasanta Ritu: Chaitra Masa (Mar - Apr)
5. Grishma Ritu: Vaishakha Masa (Apr - May)
6. Grishma Ritu: Jyaishtha Masa (May - Jun)
7. Varsha Ritu: Ashadha Masa (Jun - Jul)
8. Varsha Ritu: Shravana Masa (Jul - Aug)
9. Sharad Ritu: Bhadrapada Masa (Aug-Sep)
10. Sharad Ritu: Ashwina Masa (Sep - Oct) → Shukla Paksha first nine days: Sharadiya Navaratri
11. Hemanta Ritu: Karthika Masa (Oct - Nov)
12. Hemanta Ritu: Agrahayana Masa (Nov - Dec)





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