Sarasvati

  • (noun): Hindu goddess of learning and the arts.

Some articles on sarasvati:

Sampurnanand Sanskrit University - Research Institute
... The director is the chief editor of the famous book series Sarasvati Bhavana Granthamala and also the chief editor of the journal Sarasvati Susama ... Vagish Shastri made valuable contribution towards Sanskrit Journal Sarasvati Susama and edited numerous books of Sarasvati Bhavana Granthamala series ...
Consorts Of Ganesha - Sarasvati and Lakshmi
... Throughout India, on contemporary poster art, Ganesha is portrayed with Sarasvati (goddess of culture and art) or Lakshmi (goddess of luck and prosperity) or both ... Maharashtra, Ganesha is associated with Śarda or Sarasvati ... Conversely, in Calcutta, Ganesha is said to be the brother of Sarasvati and Lakshmi ...
Abhira Kingdom - Balarama's Pilgrimage Along Saraswati River
9.37 Then Balarama proceeded to Vinasana where the Sarasvati River hath become invisible in consequence of her contempt for the Sudras, the Abhiras ... And since the Sarasvati, in consequence of such contempt, is lost at that spot, the Rishis, for that reason, always name the place as Vinasana ... Having bathed in that tirtha of the Sarasvati, the mighty Bala Rama then proceeded to Subhumika, situated on the excellent bank of the same river ...
Bhakti Hridaya Bon Swami - Early Life
... Swami Bon was a lifelong celibate and as a brahmacari he joined Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura and took initiation in the early 1900s ... disciple to accept lifelong Tridanda Sannyasa from Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura Prabhupada and quickly became one of his leading preachers ... He was so successful as a preacher, introducing the message of Srila Sarasvati Prabhupada and Lord Chaitanya up to the highest levels of social and intellectual society of that time (during the British Raj) that he ...
Rigvedic Rivers - Sapta Sindhu - Identity of The Seven Rivers
... If the Sarasvati and the five major rivers of the Punjab are included (Sutudri, Parusni, Asikni, Vitasta, Vipas(Vipāś), the latter all tributaries of Sindhu), one river is missing probably the Kubha ... In 6.61.10, Sarasvati is called "she with seven sisters" (saptasvasā) indicating a group of eight rivers, the number seven being more important than the ... the Sapta Sindhu refers only to the Sarasvati and its own tributaries ...