sarasvati namastubhyaṃ varade kāmarūpiṇi |
vidyārambhaṃ kariṣyāmi siddhirbhavatu me sadā ||
The verse is a Sanskrit shloka (verse) dedicated to the goddess Saraswati, who is revered as the deity of knowledge, wisdom, and the arts. Here's the translation of the shloka:
Salutations to you, O Saraswati,
You who fulfill desires and take various forms.
I am about to begin my studies,
May success always be mine.
Meaing : Salutation to you, O Saraswathi, grantor of blessings and embodimentof all wishes, I am getting inducted to studies, may there be fulfilment for me forever.
This shloka is often recited as an invocation to seek the blessings and guidance of Goddess Saraswati before starting any educational or learning endeavor. It's a way to express the desire for success and the acquisition of knowledge.