Saraswati Vandana Lyrics

Goddess Saraswati Vandana Lyrics of Ya Kundendu Tushara Hara Saraswati Sloka Lyrics. Ya Kundendu is one of the most widely prayed sloka of Goddess Saraswati Devi, the Goddess of learning. Here is the Lyrics of Saraswathi Vandana Ya Kundendu Thushara Hara Dhavala.

Saraswati Vandana Lyrics - Devotional Prayer to Goddess

Ya Kundendu Tushaara Haara Dhavalaa
Ya Shubhra Vastraavrita
Ya Veena Vara Danda Manditakara
Ya Shveta Padmaasana

Ya Brahma Achyutaha Shankara Prabrithibhih
Devai Sadaa Poojitha
Saa Maam Paatu Saraswathi Bhagavati
Nishyesha Jyaadyaapaha

Saraswati Vandana Meaning

Oh Goddess Sarasvathi,
who is fair as a jasmine flower,
the moon or a snow flake,
who is dressed in white
and whose hands are adorned by veena,
who is seated in a white lotus,
to whom Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara pray,
Please protect us.

Hindu Goddess Saraswati Image


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  1. Last line nishshesha jadyapaha means please remove my laziness!

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  2. What wonderful things God has one stumble across :)

    I was searching for the meaning of "Ya Kundendu" while also searching for new blogs to follow and enjoy... and I found both answers through finding this blog!

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  3. brinkka2011 says: I printed a lot of your blog out thanks my friend

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  4. Common terms:-
    "Ekam Brahm, dvitiya naste neh na naste kinchan" (Sanskrit transliteration) "There is only one God, not the second; not at all, not at all, not in the least bit."
    "Na tasya pratima asti" "There is no likeness of Him." [Svetasvatara Upanishad 4:19]1

    Surah Al Ikhlas 112 :1-4. The Unity, Sincerity, Oneness Of God (Allah) is depicted in Quran as such:
    "...He is God, the One and Only; God, the Eternal, Absolute; He begets not, nor is He begotten; And there is none like unto Him."

    The reason the word "Allah" is used by Muslims other than say God is that the word Allah has no masculine or feminine gender thus negating any possibility of believing that God has any partners or associates - (the word God can imply the existence of goddess, godfather, godmother etc.)

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    1. " mahalaxmi saraswati" is an symbol to be remembered while gaining knowledge. u should not have to worship her if u know her true meaning.
      she reflects the way a student should be.
      she wears white that says students should be rather plane in their style so that they are not distracted from their goal. she seat on a lotus that says a student should be far from any artificial luxury . a student should be so balanced in his/her life that he/she can balance on a flower. her veena says that music is essential for student as it increases concentration . and last thing is that god too have to value knowledge , without it even god is not complete. and about the feminine part it says that girls too can be great ideals......

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    2. there is no need to convenience muslims, they all are brainwashed. even they stuck with the word "allah" not real allah, Indeed there is one god but the way we follow are many some do it with symbol, some do it with adhyatma. But muslims they think allah only knows Arabic language, they never use female gender with Allah but they says it has no Gender,(funny ;)). And none the less they respect women that's why they pressurize them to wear burkha, they don't give any rights to women --because they respect her ;)

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    3. Here we denotes maa Saraswati as a knowledge form of God. When u say god has knowledge, u represent it as Maa Saraswati. Maa saraswati symbolize the knowledge and arts and since God is the originator of all knowledge and art, we call Godess Saraswati! If u are a person who seeks for knowledge, that means ur worshiper of Maa Saraswati. The aim is same...to worship God.
      Faisal bhai, Jst for your explanation, U can not force ur father to call ur mother as his mother too....she is his wife,ur mom, ur mama's sister and ur nana's daughter.... although she is same lady! So names are different for the same almighty god (OM).
      And by the way...ur comment is copy pasted , because we find same comments everywhr by other muslim bro!

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    4. Its Good that even Muslims like Faisal have read vedas and Upnishadas..In fact no need to critisize anyone's belief just have faith in Supreme Power in any form.. Ram Allah Jesus or as you like..Enjoy..

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    5. Faisal Khanji your interest in Vedas is praise worthy but when you are learning and appreciating something relating to some other religion and that too relating to worship of Goddess Sarasvati, it would be more fruitful for you to understand the real values of these Shlokas instead of comparing, what is what in different beliefs. We should respect every faith as it is believed by it followers and should not get involved in perusing others to accept what we believe. I am hopeful that such an attitude can make our lives more rewarding as we would be learning the best from different parts of this Earth. With best wishes...Ravindra K Kapoor

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  5. dear faisal you are write there is only One Brahm (supreme God) but There are many Gods(demi Gods)which have been created by Brahm(Supreme God)just like there is one prime Minister but minister are many.
    Thanks

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  6. Anybody know whether Brahma created these gods, or man created these.

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  7. there is no need to convenience muslims they all are brain washed, truth is Islam is the religion of fools.they all are stuck with allah word but not with allah, they even dont write him god. indeed there is one god but there are many ways to find him, some use symbols some use adhyatm but I dont think they will understand. A hindu never argue with them about allah but they all argue on this topic....truth is there will be no peace until islam exist in this world..

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  8. Faisal Bhai, if what you say is to be believed, you have to answer this. Islam instructs to WORSHIP THE CREATOR NOT THE CREATED. Right? Then why there is so much SHIRK in Quran itself. ALLAH swearing by Moon(74:32), Star(53:1), Mountain(51:1). You might also refer to 44:2, 75:1,77:1, 79:1 all the way upto 103:1. There are AHADITH of Abu Dawud which you might refer 21:3242, 3245 and 3247. Please read your book and understand it fully before commenting on other faiths' beliefs. and SURAT-AL-KAFIRUN(109:6) might help you in respecting other religions. It's an other issue that there are so many discrepancies in Quran in the matter of Freedom of Religion. 109:6 says something, and 3:85 and 8:39 says something else. A lot of contradicting Surahs can be quoted. So, please do not teach others what you don't know, to start with. Thanks.

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  9. like the slokam very good............
    thank you

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