In Sanskrit Vasanta or Basant as we say it, means spring.
Panchami is the fifth day of Shukla Paksha, the fortnight of the waxing moon in the Hindu month of Magh, (January – February). Vasanta Panchami, which marks the end of the winter and heralds in spring, is dedicated to goddess Saraswati. She is a goddess of water and of a river bearing her name. Her water originates in the Himalayas, flows southeast and meets the Ganges at Prayag near its confluence with the Yamuna.
Saraswati is also a goddess of speech and learning who blesses the world with words, hymns and the wealth of knowledge. It is auspcious for children to begin school and learn their first word on this day.
On Basant pachami day, everyone rises early to bathe, dress in yellow clothes, adorn their forehead with the yellow of turmeric (tilak), and worship the sun goddess, Mother Ganga, and the earth. It is a Sufi festival too.
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