Maa-Saraswati          (Colour Illustrations)

Maa-Saraswati (Colour Illustrations)

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Author: Mahendra Mittal
Publisher: Manoj Publications
Year: 2005
Language: English
Pages: 48
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8131000109


Maa-Saraswati –Story of the Kind Goddess who blesses her devotees with Name, Fame & Wisdom. The goddess of knowledge and wisdom can drive away the darkness of ignorance and illiteracy. She is the protector of the gods. This book reveals these facts.

She is the goddess of knowledge, all sciences, literatures and arts. She rides a swan. Her two hands hold Veena, the third hand has stringed beads and the fourth hand holds Rigveda. The swan is the symbol of intelligence and wisdom. That is why men of wisdom are called Swans. The Rigveda symbolizes holy literature. Veena represents music and arts. The string of beads is the symbol of spiritual pursuit and thoughts.


The Divine Form of Maa Saraswati
Spiritual Power Invoked
Brahma-saraswati talk
Dawn of New Creation
The Progress of Creation
Importance of Mind in Saraswati Worship
Maa Saraswati is Impartial
Gods Debate on Kailasha
Gods in Race
Blessed is Ganesha
Smart Act by Ganesha
Ganesha is Worship Starter
Vishnu Mollifies Shocked gods
Sage Yagyavalkya’s Prayer
Ego the enemy of knowledge
Sage Apologizes
No knowledge without guru
Obedient Aruni Panchal
Sage Bhardwaja’s Hunger For Knowledge
Endless Knowledge
Do not Insult Scholars
King Janaka Apologizes
The Justice of Janaka
Ratnakara Dacoit and Sages
We Won’t Share
Back to the Sages
The Dacoit’s Chant
Narada Sermonizes Valmiki
Epic Ramayana Starts Off
Prayer of Gods
Kaikayee Made Mindless
Idiot Kali and Scholars
Vane Princess Vidyotama
Great is one who is Blessed
The Explanation
The Curiosity of Scholars
Kalidasa’s Penance
Kalidasa Returns
One of Nine Gems
Apology to Ma Saraswati
Dhanna Story
Simple Dhanna And Brahmin Trick
The Evil Brahmin
Saraswati and Dhanna
Dhanna Tormented
Brahmin Accepts Mistake