Beholder of beauty and serenity, Goddess Saraswati perches in her superb elegance on the sacred vahana, swan, who is flying towards extreme consciousness where mankind resides, with its large wings painted in superb striations. The painter has beautifully framed the painting in a background of setting sun forming a large aureole jetting out its visible rays of love, brightness, happiness and wisdom.
Goddess Saraswati is a member of the cosmic trinity and an embodiment of knowledge, wisdom, arts and sciences; garbed in bright colored silks of red and orange having white flower motifs and jewellery that embraces her as one of a kind. The crowned head in her lalitasana carries the famous musical instrument, Veena with the left hand in vitarka mudra and right holds the universal book of Vedas, therefore also known as Vedmata.
That expression of her eyes and those red lips are a gesture of calmness and honor. This free form design of this Batik painting is painted using wax-resist dye technique in an amalgamation of bright colors of red and orange along with the universal shades, black and white.