Saraswati is found in practically every significant old and medieval Indian writing from 1000 BC to 1500 AD. She has played a powerful role as a goddess from the Vedic age through current circumstances of Hindu conventions. In Shanti Parva of the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Saraswati is known as the mother of the Vedas, and later as the heavenly imaginative ensemble who showed up when Brahma made the universe. In Book 2 of Taittiriya Brahmana, she is known as the mother of expressive discourse and pleasant music. Saraswati is the dynamic vitality and force of Brahma. The fourth and last day of Saraswati Puja amid Navratri is known as Saraswati Visarjan day. Saraswati Visarjan is otherwise called Saraswati Udvasan. In Goa, Maharashtra and Karnataka, Saraswati Puja begins with Saraswati Avahan on Maha Saptami and closes on Vijayadashami with Saraswati Udasan or Visarjan. Saraswati Puja logbook: Saraswati Puja Avahan – Maha Saptami – Triratna vratm begins in Andhra Pradesh. Saraswati Puja (fundamental puja) – Durga Ashtami Saraswati Uttara Puja – Mahanavami Saraswati Visarjan or Udasan – Vijaya Dashami
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