Saraswati Puja is executed to pay commitment to the Goddess of learning. It is a most significant Puja for Hindu religious people. This Puja is very important for the students. Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of knowledge, arts, wisdom, music and learning. She is a part of the trinity or Tridevi of as well as Lakshmi, Saraswati and Parvati. All the three shapes help the trinity of Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva to generate, preserve and recycle the creation correspondingly.
Goddess Saraswati is characterized as a graceful woman in white, a symbol of cleanliness and calm. She is the Goddess who indicates knowledge and culture. She is seen as the peaceful Goddess wearing a curved moon on her temple. A swan or seated on a lotus flower riding on her statue.
Goddess Saraswati is submitted as the water divinity and is revered for her sanitizing and stirring powers. The Goddess of knowledge and learning is said to have imaginary Sanskrit, the language of the Brahmins, of characteristics and intellectuals.
It is also believed that it was Goddess Saraswati who exposed ‘amrit’ in the Himalayas. She brought it to another god. She was said to be equal with Viraj being shaped out of the material of Purusha. She provides the power to perform what Brahma imagines with his innovative cleverness as Brahma’s wife. She is the goddess of all the inspired arts and in exacting of verse learning, music and science.
The festivities that attend Saraswati puja is a part of the social celebrations of Bangladesh. Young girls warred in yellow saaries. Pushpanjali are offered to Saraswati. Young people celebrate the day with each other. Cultural program are theatrical at night. The Goddess who is the supporter of music, culture and learning is revered by singers and musicians with great devotion. Saraswati puja is celebrated throughout Bangladesh.