Ya Kundendu Tusharahara Dhavala - Goddess Saraswati Mantra

yā kundendutuṣārahāradhavalā yā śubhravastrāvṛtā
yā vīṇāvaradaṇḍamaṇḍitakarā yā śvetapadmāsanā |
yā brahmācyuta śaṃkaraprabhṛtibhirdevaiḥ sadā pūjitā
sā māṃ pātu sarasvati bhagavatī niḥśeṣajāḍyāpahā ||

The verse is a Sanskrit shloka dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, the deity of knowledge, music, arts, and wisdom.

Here's the translation:

"Salutations to Goddess Saraswati, who is as radiant as the coolness of the moon's rays,
Who is adorned in pure white attire,
Whose hands hold the veena (musical instrument) and the book,
Who sits on a white lotus,
And who is worshiped by Brahma, Achyuta (Vishnu), Shankara (Shiva), and other gods,
May she, the remover of all obstacles and ignorance, bless me."

This shloka is often recited to seek the blessings of Goddess Saraswati for wisdom, knowledge, and success in various creative and intellectual pursuits. It acknowledges her as the divine source of inspiration and guidance for all forms of learning and artistic expression.

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