Basant Panchami 2021 is the day of Maa Saraswati, Maa Saraswati is worshiped with complete rituals. This year, It is celebrated on Tuesday, February 16th, 2021, and an auspicious time of prayer is starting from 6: 58 AM to 12:35 PM, It is believed that on this day, after getting up in the morning and bathing,  worshiping Maa Saraswati, one attains renewable virtue and closes the doors of progress in life. It is said that in the spring season, like nature, there are many changes in the body due to sudden changes in the weather, so the spring season is considered a season of love, dedication, and happiness, romance, cherry blossom around us. It is believed that worshiping Maa Saraswati on Basant Panchami increases intelligence and knowledge Because Maa Saraswati is also the goddess of speech and knowledge along with music, and love.

Importance of worshiping Maa Saraswati only, on Basant Panchami

In astrology, it is said that all those who do not have the sum of education and intelligence in their destiny, or who are hindering the path of education, worshiping Goddess Saraswati on this day gives you the power to fight with all the difficulties. On this day, while offering prayers to the Maa Saraswati, she gives her devotees the power to make their own identity and get success. This festival is celebrated not only in India but also in other countries like; Nepal and Bangladesh.  It is believed that during the beginning of the universe, there was only confusion and chaos with no system of order. Brahma, the creator, knew that only knowledge would bring about order to the chaotic universe. Thus, emerged from his mouth the divine figure of Saraswati dresses in white, holding a Veena in one hand and carrying holy books in the other. It is said that soon after Saraswati’s birth, everything began to take shape as Brahma created the world with Saraswati as his wisdom.

Importance of yellow on Basant Panchami

Spring is known as the king of all seasons. In this season peoples mind and their heart blossom like flowers which signifies happiness and joy in their life. . New coppers erupt in the trees and the beauty of the orchard returns. The mustard yellow flowers in the fields act as an energy replenishment. The Sun becomes Uttarayan after Makar Sankranti. The rays of the sun serve to intensify life and positiveness.

Keep these things in mind during worship

First of all, install a statue of Maa Saraswati by laying a yellow cloth on the pooja post. After this Devi Ji should be bathed after bathing. Then offer white flowers and garlands. Offer red lead to Maa and also offer other cosmetic items to Maa. Put Gulal at the feet of the mother and put her in white clothes.

On the day of Vasant Panchami, people should wear yellow or white clothes while worshiping Maa Saraswati and pray for wellness.

– Do not wear red and black clothes while worshipping Maa Saraswati.

– While worshipping Maa Saraswati make sure her statue should be facing towards the north.

– Maa Saraswati is fond of white sandalwood and yellow flowers, so offer these things while doing prayer.

– For the Prasad of Basant Panchami puja offer Dahi, kheer, and lava and add some Kesar into the Prasad to get the yellow color and make it more auspicious for the day.

Wholetime during the course of puja chant this mantra “Om Sarasvatay Namah”.

Chant this mantra during worship

On this day, especially people should bring Saraswati Yantra in their home and chant this special mantra of Maa r Saraswati 108 times. Mantra – ‘Un Ain Mahasarasvatai Namah’.

Basant Panchami is also considered as the beginning of festivals, after this festival, all the other festivals which were celebrated in India will begin their cycle. On this day, first of all, Gulal is flown and wears a variety of amusements with new enthusiasm, courage, and happiness by wearing Basanti clothes or yellow clothes. In the city of Lord Krishna, Brij, where the festival of Holi is celebrated with so much energy and enthusiasm and famous for celebrating Holi for so many days also start celebrating Holi from the day of spring.

Let’s know when Saraswati Puja is in 2021 and Saraswati Puja’s date and time of 2021. Panchami of Magh month, Shukla Paksha is an auspicious time, it is celebrated as Saraswati Puja. It is also a tradition to celebrate this day as Vasant Panchami. This day is dedicated to the Goddess of knowledge, Maa Saraswati, she is the goddess of knowledge, learning, intelligence, art, and culture. It is believed that the worship of Goddess Saraswati on Magh Shukla Panchami is especially fruitful and worshiping Goddess Sharada is very important on this day.

This day is also known as Abuja Muhurta; It is generally believed that this is an auspicious time. Although, in addition to Basant Panchami or Shree Panchami, Devi Saraswati is also worshiped on Navratri and Diwali, the worship of Goddess Saraswati on Magh Shukla Panchami is considered extremely virtuous and auspicious.

On this day, after worshiping Lord  Ganesha, there is a law to keep Kalash and start the worship of Goddess Saraswati. Saraswati Stotra should be recited for the happiness and blessings of the Goddess. Maa Sharada should be pleased with the following mantra –

Or kundendu-Tushar-Hara-dhawala, or shubhra – cloth-wearing,

Or Veena – Var – Dand – Mandit – Kara, or White – Padmasana.

Or Brahmachayut – Shikar – Prabhritibhirdevai: Always beautiful,

Sa Maa Patu Saraswati Bhagwati Free Balance – Jadyaha.

The above shloka means that the Goddess is in white color saree, like the necklace of Kundan flowers, moons, snowflakes, and pearls and who wears white clothes; Whose hands are gracing the veena and those who sit on the white lotus; Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, who is always worshiped by the gods and who are going to remove all inertia and ignorance; Oh Goddess Saraswati! You protect us

Maa Saraswati, one of the Trimurti, trinity, troika of Saraswati-Lakshmi-Parvati, gives pure wisdom and knowledge to their devotees. According to the scriptures, and belief, she is the ardhangini of Lord Brahma, and that is why Brahma is also called Vagish (lord of speech).

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