The meaning and significance of Sage Agastya’s Saraswathi stotram

In this post, let us understand the meaning and recite the Saraswathi stotram.

Sage Agasthya


Yaa Kundendu Tussaara Haara Dhavalaa Yaa Shubhra Vastraavrtaa
Yaa Viinnaa Vara Danndda Mannddita Karaa Yaa Shvetapadmaasanaa
Yaa Brahmaacyutashamkaraprabhrtibhirdevah Sadaa Puujitaa
Saa Maam Paatu Sarasvati Bhagavatii Nihshessajaaddyaapahaa

I pray to Goddess Saraswathi, who is as white as the Jasmine flower, as cool as the moon, as bright as the snow and who shines like a pearl necklace and is dressed in pure white,
Who holds the Veena and a staff that grants boons, sitting on a white lotus,
Who Lord Brahma, Lord Acyuta (Lord Vishnu) Lord Shiva and other devas adore,
O Goddess Saraswathi, please safeguard me and obliterate my ignorance.

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Let us all invoke the blessings of Goddess Saraswathi, by reciting this Saraswathi stotram


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