• Handmade item. • Materials: Magnet copper wire, quartz, Printed Circuit Board, resin. • Aprox size: 2.2". • Made by order, specially for you.
She is one of the main goddesses of Hinduism and the wife of Brahma (but also his daughter, since he created her), and through it, knowledge is converted into action. Nothing less than thanks to his intercession, both language and writing were granted to human beings. Of great beauty, Sarasvati is usually represented sitting on a lotus flower - metaphor of the Absolute Truth - which is the knowledge acquired through the experience of the Higher Reality. She has 4 arms, which are the 4 aspects of human intelligence: The mind (mana). The intellect (buddhi). The waking state (yogi). The ego (ahankara). With two of his hands she plays a vina, a traditional string instrument used in Indian music. She holds a book with one hand and an akshamala in the last, used for prayer. With these objects is intended a metaphor of the beauty of the arts and universal harmony, make us understand that knowledge is the only way to reach the Truth, and that the prayer made through meditation or intonation of songs is the balance of Sarasvati: spirituality, knowledge, creativity and sensitivity. She is also represented with 8 arms and 5 faces, to make understand her many powers. In the 4 additional arms usually hold a rope, a lotus flower, a disk, a shell and a trident. She reveres herself under two aspects: as goddess of wisdom and protector of the arts, and as one of the three sacred rivers of Hindu spirituality. She dwells on Earth, next to men, but her true home is in the Brahma Sphere, or BrahmaLoka. She is on Earth to help humans reach the Truth, transmitting to them the knowledge and wisdom of which the human soul is imbued, only waiting to be revealed through the spiritual work of each one. With her help, each being elevates their consciousness and reaches the Truth.