What is Vasant Panchami?
Vasant Panchami is the festival celebrated which is celebrated for goddess
saraswati which is considered for education, art and learning. This festival is
celebrated on the 5th day of the Magh which is considered as Indian month. On
this great day children are taught to write the words. The education
institutions organize the prayer especially for Saraswati. In this festival
yellow color plays the important role and people used to wear yellow clothes.
Even the goddess Saraswati is also dressed in yellow and sweets are also
prepared in yellow color. Children love to play and love to fly kites on this
History of Vasant Panchami
The history of Vasant Panchami is related to lordess Saraswati concerned to her
holy rituals which are performed on the banks of the river. She was known for
its activities in the related field of hymn composition along with the invention
of Sanskrit language. She was also known as goddess of speech. On this great
festival children are taught to write the first word. Apart from this, vasant
panchami day marks the beginning of the school of the student because of
excellent weather. In ancient people used to leave their belongings and lives
likes a brahmachari life
How Vasant Panchami is celebrated?
Vasant Panchami is celebrated with full grace. It is the festival which is
dedicated to goddess Saraswati known for its learning and art. Panchami is also
known as saraswati day. On this special day Hindu perform many activities in the
temples. People used to give importance to yellow color and lordess saraswati is
also dressed in yellow garments. People used to feed Brahmans on this day. Along
with lordess Sarawati Kamdev is also worshipped, as it is known as god of love.
On this day people used to keep notebooks, pen and pencils at Devi, s feet for
blessing. Children used to fly kites on this day and they have competitions in
which one string used to cut the other spring. This festival is celebrated by
every people. Bengali used to dressed in traditional Kurtas while women dressed
in yellow sarees.