Goddess Sarasvati is the patron of extreme beauty and divine knowledge; she stands erect on a book of musical notes being played on her long Veena symbolizing her bent towards arts. The sacred book is kept on a dual layered flattened lotus, which is placed on a stylized half visible large spherical pedestal.
Veiled in a soothing cream saree of soft falls and zaried border, along with contrasting pink kamarband and an orange blouse; painted in the usual four hands, where the rear hands hold a rosary (japmala) and the divine book of vedas respectively, thus realizing her as Vedmata.
Goddess Sarasvati is one of the prime deities of the trinity, portrayed here in a background of dark cosmic winds, but her presence vanishes that darkness forming the oval shaped beautiful offering of flower garland, protruding heavenly rays of sunshine; ornamented in layers of precious jewels, mesmerizing long hair accessorized with a lotus and a peacock feathered crown that glorifies her head; her fair plumage and realistic expressions emit vibes of positivity and nurture.
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