The wealth of knowledge once earned by the worshippers of Goddess Saraswati is eternal. While material possessions run out with giving, the more one imparts knowledge to others the more one is enriched
Goddess Saraswati is venerated as an embodiment of knowledge and wisdom in Hindu culture. It is believed that Goddess Saraswati bestows knowledge in abundance upon everyone who worships her. Also known as Vagdevi, or the Goddess of learning, Saraswati destroys ignorance and leads everyone onto the path of light and truth. She is often depicted to be seated on a white lotus dressed in white, epitomizing “Sattwa Guna” or purity, a perception of true wisdom.
Goddess Saraswati is worshipped for three days during the Navratri in many parts of India. Saraswati Puja is performed on second of the three days with utmost devotion, especially by students seeking Mother Saraswati’s blessings to help them attain more knowledge and wisdom.
SCMHRD also saw its students and faculty members worship Goddess Saraswati on 23rd October 2020. A beautiful idol of Goddess Saraswati was placed on a pedestal decorated with beautiful embellishments. The faculty members took turns to offer their salutations to the Goddess post the Saraswati Vandana. Entire SCMHRD family came together as the event was live streamed to pay their tribute to Goddess Saraswati and seek her blessings.
Dr. Manish Sinha concluded the event by enlightening everyone about the various practices and trends followed across the globe for Saraswati Puja.
May Goddess Saraswati bless us all to attain enlightenment through knowledge and wisdom and rid ourselves of lethargy and ignorance.
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