Saraswati Puja is celebrated on the fifth day of the month of Shuklapaksha. Worship and worship of Goddess Vidyadayini, the swan, the harpist, and the harpist Devi Saraswati, the presiding deity of Vidya, are performed mainly in educational institutions on this day. The students decorate the pavilion in a very beautiful way. They fast until Mother Saraswati is worshiped and wreaths are laid. On this day, the children dedicate their textbooks and pens to the mother in order to get the blessings of Goddess Saraswati. Ma Saraswati wears a white robe, holds a jeweled necklace around her ear, wears a garland and a pearl around her neck, and holds a harp and a book in her hand. Mother Saraswati bestows great blessings on students and music lovers. In ancient times, kings and kings used to celebrate Shri Panchami as the ‘Ratikam Festival’. Maghmas Shukla Panchami is celebrated as Sripanchami or Basantapanchami. Ruturaj welcomes Vidyadayini Maa Saraswati on Magh Shukla Panchami with flowers in the spring temple. Gupta Navratra begins with Shukla Pratipada. This mysterious New Year has the full effect of divine power. Saraswati Sambhuta from the voice of Ma Yogamaya Adyashakti. Maa Saraswati, Maa Lakshmi, Maa Kali belong to the three forms of Adyashakti. Adyashakti Mahasaraswati is specially worshiped on Magh Shukla Panchami. In ancient times, kings and queens celebrated this day as the Kaumudi festival. The queen was adorned with flowers, the queen was playing with a basket of flowers, and the people came and ate at the palace. On Magh Panchami, the Gopis also celebrated the Ras festival with Krishna.
In some areas, both couples celebrate Magh Shukla Panchami as a day of love. Kamadeva and Rati are worshiped with yellow flowers and worshiped for marital happiness. According to the scriptures, on the day of Sri Panchami, the marriage is happier if the marriage is performed. It is believed that those who could not get married would easily get married at this time by bathing with yellow devotion and bathing in yellow clothes, decorating Krishna Lord in yellow clothes and hanging them in yellow flowers and celebrating the spring festival. Before sunrise, students get up and pick flowers. He brings flowers home and fasts, puts on new clothes and worships the goddess Saraswati with a garland of flowers. The garlands of the garland are worshiped in the form of bells, bells, and shells. Kundapushpa is the favorite of the goddess Saraswati. Eating, snacking, coconut, etc. are grown as a delicacy. Milk, ghee, yogurt, honey and sugar are given to the goddess in the form of panchamrit. Homes are also made in front of the goddess. On the day of Saraswati Puja, one should worship one’s own book with the Puranas. On this day, white clothes, white flowers and fruits are offered to the mother. Worship Saraswati Yantra. The mother is worshiped by writing in red ink, sandalwood, white flowers. Yogurt, white flowers, sandalwood, sugarcane, khiri, white garments, pearls, silver, white ornaments, ginger, almonds, ghee, coconut, and seasonal barkoli are offered in the worship of Mother Saraswati. Earlier, on the day of Saraswati Puja, there was a tradition of searching for coconuts and asking for punishment. In search of coconuts, the children were looking for a coconut buried in a pond. In Dand Maguni, the child who found the coconut threw a rope around his neck and went to the other children’s match and collected dakshina and clothes for the avadha as a song. Melanie eventually went to Awadhan’s house and delivered all the money and belongings.
On this day, the Panchapallab of Shri Gannatha Mahaprabhu is attached and the chariot wood is made suitable for the procession. According to mythology, Basanta Panchami is celebrated in memory of Lord Krishna playing a fag or chacheri with a garland of flowers together. On Magh Shukla Panchami, the horses of the Sreejeevas are taken off and the ‘Jamalagi’ clothes are worn. On this date, the first chariot of Shri Gannath came to Shrikshetra from the forest department to build the chariot of the traditional chariot, and the three chariots of the three chariots in front of Rajnagar were traditionally worshiped and blessed. In those three pieces of wood, three-dimensional cones are made and the statue of the lion is engraved. Mr. Jiu wears his winter clothes from the Magh Shuklapanchami date and wears the garments of the golden color. With the advent of spring, the Lord Himself calls on devotees to give up all luxury and spend time in celibacy. So he himself adopts spring pistachios made of hengu and harad gund. From this date onwards, the Bent Yatra begins and goes to Dol with the celebration of the spring festival in the temple. Bentayatra Thakur’s hunting trip. According to Vaishnava, this is the time of Lord Sri Ramachandra’s exile. As a representative of Lord Shree Gannath, the idol of Lord Sri Ramachandra goes to Bentpokhari to hunt. Coconut and musk are kept as deer in the Bent Pond. Thakur connects him with an arrow. On this day, Madala Panji is worshiped in the temple of the goddess Saraswati after the evening incense of the devotees.