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The long, dry winter comes to an end and the earth looks vibrant and colorful again with Vasant Panchami that marks the arrival of spring. Saraswati Puja is one of the most widely performs rituals in the Hindu community disperse all across the world. The color yellow holds a special significance in this puja ritual as it signifies the vibrancy of life. Devotees engage in worshipping the divine power of knowledge, Mother Saraswati with divine gifts, and pooja kits. Young learners pay their homage and show their reverence to the Goddess by singing devotional hymns and also, Chanting mantras.
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Basant Panchami is an important festival celebrated by Hinds, in India, Nepal, and some other countries. Goddess Saraswati symbolizes the power of knowledge and creativity. She is a pioneer in art, music, languages, and students worship her to seek her blessings to excel in their careers. In West Bengal, this ritual is most popularly known as Shri Panchami or Saraswati Puja and most popularly called Sharad Navratri in the South. All those who keep a fast and observe Saraswati puja at home, indulge in pooja samagri online shopping a few days prior to the festival. The shopping list includes akshat, ashwagandha, scented orange powder, Chandan, haldi, jaggery, Gangajal, flowers, and incense sticks. Schools and college students perform Saraswati Vandana at their premises to show their gratitude.
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Its February time and with board exams round the corner in March and April, every mother would think of celebrating saraswathi puja at their homes, so that her children’s can invoke the blessings of the goddess.
This puja is celebrated in the month of phalgun month (January to February), and is celebrated popularly in the eastern region and is mostly celebrated by the youth in colleges, schools etc.
Moreover, this festival is observed during different times in different parts of India.
In south India, this puja is celebrated during Navratri, which is also called the Mahanavami day, also observed as Ayudha puja and Saraswati puja.
Keep these things in mind during puja celebration:
The essential puja samagri used during this puja are
- Image or idol of Goddess Saraswati
- A white cloth (vastram)
- Flowers – louts, lilies or jasmine.
- Mango leaves or other decorations
- Locally available Fruits
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