Bengali Association Of Western Australia

Saraswati symbolizes creative energy and is considered as the goddess of knowledge, music, art, wisdom, and learning. Saraswati Puja offerings are performs every year on the fifth day of the shukla paksha (waxing phase of the moon) of the Magha (usually in the month of January/February), on the day called ‘Basant Panchami’.

It is considered as an auspicious day for kids to write their first words with their fingers/pen/pencil or study some creative art field. Books/notebook/music instrument/or any other creative art element are often put near the idol to seek blessing.

At BAWA every year we gather to pay homage to the goddess and seek her blessing at Saraswati Puja. Once, the puja rituals are over we share the prasad among family and friends. Saraswati puja is popular for its delicacies like khichuri, labra (mixed vegetables), begun bhaja, sweet chatney, papar vhaja and sondesh

We create an authentic puja experience for our Triangle community, learn more about BAWA celebration of Saraswati Puja

2022 Saraswati Puja

Date: 6th February 2022 (Sunday) 

Time: 9 AM onwards

Venue: Adam Armstrong Pavilion, David Cruickshank Reserve, Dalkeith. https://www.nedlands.wa.gov.au/adam-armstrong-pavilion

Pujo will start at 10.00 AM and Puspanjali will follow.

 

6th February 2022 (Sunday)

Event6th February 2022 (Sunday)
Saraswati Pujo9.00-12.00 Adam Armstrong Pavilion, David Cruickshank Reserve, Dalkeith

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