Saraswati Puja Essay In English (300 Words)

Goddess Saraswati is the Goddess who signifies knowledge, learning, arts and culture. According to Vedas, Goddess Saraswati was referred as the water idol and is honored for her purifying and enriching powers. It is believed that Goddess Saraswati has invented Sanskrit language. There is a strong belief, if you please the Goddess Saraswati she may grant you with a lot of knowledge and talents. People who are affected with Rahu generally pray Goddess Saraswati regularly. Origin of Goddess Saraswati is controversial but they are many theories. Goddess Saraswati was very beautiful that even Brahma considered her as the most beautiful creation of his. Goddess Saraswati is associated with the lotus and moon, which are signs of eternal womanhood.

Saraswati Puja is celebrated on the fifth day of Magh month of Hindu calendar. According to English calendar it comes in the month of January/February. It is mainly celebrated in the eastern part of India and Nepal.

Yellow color has special importance on this day. Goddess Saraswati is dressed in yellow garments and worshipped. Devotees also wear yellow colored clothes and make yellow color sweets. As a tradition, the youngest girl in the family wears yellow saree. Saraswati pujas are held in every home and in localities. On festival day, early in the morning devotees go to temple and offers ‘Anjali’. “Anjali” is a ceremony of offering flowers to the while wearing yellow clothes. It is the most important aspect of the celebrations. This puja is held in almost all the educational institutions and is held with respect. Many Bengali families bring Goddess Saraswati idol to home and worship the goddess to get her blessings. All the study materials are placed at the feet of the goddess, and offer prayers to goddess.