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Goddess Saraswathi represented in Bamar fashion, sitting on her hamsa, holding the scriptures in her hand.

Lovely South Indian Mysore painting of Goddess Saraswathi in earth colours

A 19th century miniature painting of Goddess Saraswathi from Jaipur. Painted with water colours on cotton.

This Saraswathi Veenavani sculpted bronze figurine is crafted using the 'Lost Wax' method of metal casting, also known as 'Cire Perdue', that can be traced back 4500 years to the ancient city of Mohenjodaro and is probably the oldest technique of metal casting.Vedic mantras are recited by master artisans, based in a small hamlet in Tamil Nadu, during their making which allows these statues to imbibe their powerful vibrations.

Ganesha and Sarasvati, Opening page of a Bhagavata Purana (Story of the Lord Vishnu). Gujarat, India. 1720. miniature painting with gold on paper.

Serene Goddess Saraswathi on her lotus