Bagdevi Known as Mata Saraswati Devi, the goddess. The Hindu goddess of speech, music, art, learning, and wisdom is known as Saraswati. Together with the goddesses Lakshmi and Parvati, she is one of the Tridevi.
The Rigveda has the first recorded reference of Saraswati as a goddess.She has continued to be an important goddess from the Vedic era to the present day of Hindu religions.She is typically shown as having four arms and holding a book, a rosary, a water pitcher, and a veena. In Hinduism, each of these objects has a symbolic value.
Saraswati, is a Sanskrit fusion word of saras meaning “pooling water”, but also sometimes translated as “speech”; and vati meaning “she who possesses”. Originally associated with the river or rivers known as Saraswati, this combination, therefore, means “she who has ponds, lakes, and pooling water” or occasionally “she who possesses speech”. It is also a Sanskrit composite word of surasa-vati which means “one with plenty of water”.
|Books name||Bagdebi / ବାଗ୍ଦେବୀ|
|Author||Lakshmi Narayana Deba|
|No Of pages||13|