Saraswati Day

Saraswati daySaraswati is the holiday feast in the Hindu religion. Goddess Saraswati as the symbol of goddess protector/grants a knowledge, awareness and literature. This feast day is celebrated every 210 days or 6 months (1 month = 35 days), namely the Saniscara (Saturday) Umanis (Legi), which is Wuku Watugunung last Wuku. At Saraswati holiday, libraries, library, holy script, books and stationery that contain useful teaching or teachings of religion, morality and so on, cleaned, collected and organized in one place or in the temple for the celebration. Also performed well at the holiday prayers to worship Goddess Saraswati as a manifestation of Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa (All Mighty God).This ceremony is usually conducted in the morning and not through the middle of the day. This year will be celebrated on Saturday, 16 June 2012

Goddess Saraswati as the Shakti (Power) of Lord Brahma. Goddess Saraswati is described as a beautiful woman with four arms; usually the hands are holding Genitri (beads), symbolizes the power of meditation and spiritual knowledge. Kropak (Palmyra - Palm leaf manuscript) is the Vedic scriptures, which represents the universal knowledge, timeless, and true science. The other holding Vienna (musical instrument / fiddle / harp), musical instrument which symbolizes the perfection of art and science.
Damaru (small drum) and the lotus flower. Nearby, there are peacocks, sacred vehicle of Goddess Saraswati. Undan (swan), which is a big bird like a goose (goose), but it can fly high, as also symbolizes mastery over wiweka (perceptibility) and perfect Wairagya means have the ability to distinguish between good and bad.