Saraswati Hindu Goddess, Creativity Necklace


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Handmade by artisans in Thailand
18KT plated gold with a palladium barrier over brass.

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50% of the proceeds from this necklace benefit Ram,ana’s Garden and Munjreshee Orphanage, organizations that honor children by providing food education and shelter and empowering them to meet the world at their full potential.

Open yourself to the infinite inspiration of the Universe; your creative muses are conspiring in your favor. An 18k gold plate beaded chain holds a pendant engraved with Saraswati, Hindu goddess of knowledge and creativity. A single peach moonstone—stone of intuition, passion and good fortune—dangles alongside the goddess for a necklace sure to spark a creative breakthrough.

  • Saraswati, Hindu Goddess: knowledge, creativity
  • Peach Moonstone: intuition, passion, good fortune
  • 7x10mm Stones
  • 20mm Pendant
  • 30'' Length
  • 18KT Gold Plated Brass

About Saraswati

Saraswati—from the Sanskrit “saras,”or flow; and “wati,” or she who has—is the nourishing Hindu deity of creativity in the arts and science, governing communication, writing, language, speech, and music. The wife of Brahma, the creator, Saraswati brings calm out of chaos, awakening us to our creative wisdom and nourishing eloquent fluidity. 

Saraswati is depicted holding and surrounded by objects of her power: A book in her hand represents the Vedas, the universal and true knowledge of learning. A mala signifies the power of meditation; impurities are cleansed away with her water pot. A “veena”—a string instrument—symbolizes knowledge that tunes the heart and mind in harmony. A swan represents her beauty and her chosen vehicle for travel; the peacock, her ability to observe natural beauty. Saraswati’s four arms each hold symbolic representations of her strength. 

Mantra: Om Aim Saraswatayai Namo Namaha (Bowing to Goddess Saraswati for artistic creative energy, knowledge, intelligence, and wisdom). Repeat this mantra 108 times; this signifies the number of beads on a mala.

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