In this painting, she is shown with four hands which represent the mind, intellect, imagination, and the ego. The four hands are also seen as either busy in action or hold a symbolic item. On one hand, she is holding a Pustaka or a book that can be considered a representation of the Vedas, the universal and divine knowledge and source of all learning. A quick zoom shoes Saraswati holding rosary beads or the mala. This is a symbol of meditation and spirituality. Meanwhile, the veena is Saraswati's most recognizable symbols. It is shown front and center in this painting and represents the creative arts. The act of Saraswati playing the veena is also symbolic of the knowledge that leads to creative harmony. The painting comes with a bright palette that adds a touch of liveliness to the whole picture, taking cues from Saraswati's association with Anurag, or love for rhythm and music.
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