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Sarasvati Goddess Greeting Card
Goddess of Learning and Music

Shown in front of a roundel from the dome of a ceiling of Mandapa, Vimala Vasahi (Adinatha Temple), Dilwara, Mt. Abu, South Rajasthan, 12th century.

Sarasvati

Inventor of the arts and sciences, She ruled the intellectual, and was sought out when a speech had to be given. She could help words 'flow like a river,' and was one of a trinity of Water Goddesses from India.

A great lover of all things musical, it said that she invented writing so that the music she inspired could be preserved. Although often pictured on the back of a swan, the peacock is Sarasvati's true consort.

Blank Inside with White Envelope
Back Cover has information below about the Goddess on this
5 inch by 7 inch card. Small framable works by artist Sandra Stanton.
Helps to support the Global Fund for Women.


$1.50

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