Published On : January 30, 2022  |  Author : Astrologer Umesh
Basant Panchmi Festival

About Basant Panchami

Basant Panchami, or Sarswati Jayanti India’s one of the most popular, famous, and widely celebrated festivals, is celebrated with great enthusiasms and boundless devotions showcased by the devotees. Also known as the occasion marking Sarasvati Puja, Basant Panchami holds devotional values accentuated by countless followers of Mata Saraswati. The deity who is worshipped on this festival as a divine representation and manifestation of knowledge, learning, music, arts, and wisdom.

Apart from being an occasion in the honor of Goddess Saraswati, Basant Panchmi is also considered the preparatory event for the advent of Spring that is called the king of all seasons. The feature of being a celebratory event in the honor of Mata Saraswati and preparation for the advent of spring is what accentuates the importance of Basant Panchami.

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How is Basant Panchami celebrated?

As outlined above, the festival of Basant Panchami or Saraswati Jayanti marks the seasonal arrival of spring and is also celebrated in an honor shown to the goddess Saraswati. The celebration of the festival takes place in the Indian subcontinent. The ways it is celebrated vary depending on the regions it is celebrated.

In addition, the festival also marks the advent of Holika and Holi which happen 40 days later. Basant Panchami marks its appearance on the Panchami Tithi of the Hindu month of Magha, Shukla Paksha. Goddess Saraswati is mythologically referred to as the wife of Lord Brahma, one of the divine beings of Tridev.

What Is The Significance Of Basant Panchami?

The religious significance of Basant Panchami lies in the fact that first of all – it is a harbinger of Spring, the king of all seasons. Secondly, this marks the advent of Saraswati Puja, as the occasion itself is known as the worshipping day of the goddess, Saraswati, a deity who is held in utmost regards and venerations by her devotees.

Moreover, the occasion also marks the advent of important festivals like Holika and Holi, the festival of colors. Being the festival of Mata Saraswati, Basant Panchami holds its deepest importance in education institutions, wherein the idol of goddess Saraswati is worshipped by teachers and students, praying for knowledge and wisdom, as well as enhanced spiritual consciousness.

Since Mata Saraswati is the divine embodiment of knowledge, learning, arts, and music, the importance of Basant Panchami involving the celebration of goddess Saraswati puja is manifold.

The importance of Basant Panchami also lies in the fact that it is considered to be one of the greatest and most auspicious occasions in Hindu culture. Moreover, the occasion of Basant Panchami is also considered important, as it brings auspicious results to new works.

Moreover, it is auspicious for getting married, or performing a special ritual called GrihaPravesh.

And what more significant it could be than becoming the festival indicating Saraswati pujan for knowledge, learning, and wisdom?

Benefits Of Worshipping Mata Saraswati During Basant Panchami

  • Devotees get the divine blessings of goddess Saraswati.
  • One gets enhanced knowledge and wisdom in life.
  • One achieves heightened spiritual awakening.
  • Mata Saraswati blesses devotees with the fulfillment of one’s purpose in academics and other pursuits.

Care must be maintained while performing goddess Saraswati Puja during Basant Panchami.

In fact, it must be performed under the supervision of an erudite priest so that one gets maximum benefits from the puja in their life.

Conclusively, Basant Panchami is one of the most auspicious events that mark the worshipping rituals of goddess Saraswati, among many other things, including signaling the arrival of Spring, the king of all seasons.

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