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Texts related to Sarasvatī (dbyangs can ma), the goddess of eloquence:
Jamyang Khyentse composed this poetic hymn to Sarasvatī while travelling along the Ganges river in the Fire Monkey year (1956).
This brief tribute to Red Sarasvatī was composed by moonlight during an evening boat trip on the Ganges.
Jamyang Khyentse wrote this hymn in praise of the goddess Sarasvatī while he was visiting Palpung Monastery in Eastern Tibet. The text includes her mantra, the recitation of which is said to bring increased intelligence.
This poetic tribute to Sarasvatī, the goddess of eloquence, is taken from Longchenpa's miscellaneous writings.
This famous poem is a combined invocation, praise and prayer to Sarasvatī, goddess of eloquence. It is included in the recently compiled anthology known as Ḍākinīs' Great Dharma Treasury.
A four-verse prayer to Sarasvatī in which each line begins with a repeated word for the sake of emphasis, an example of epizeuxis.
This prayer to Buddha Amitābha, Mañjuśrī the 'Lion of Speech' (smra ba'i seng ge) and the goddess Sarasvatī was composed by Karma Chakmé for his own daily practice. It includes a series of aspirations related to wisdom and intelligence.
This daily practice of Tārā Sarasvatī belongs to the Inner Female Practice (Yumka) of the Heart Essence of the Vast Expanse (Longchen Nyingtik), A Treasure Vase Containing the Essence of Great Bliss, through which all enlightened activities are carried out based on the Twenty-One Tārās.
A simple sādhana of White Sarasvatī, the goddess of eloquence, to bring mastery of speech.
- A Concise Meditation and Mantra Recitation of Sarasvatī from the Heart-Essence of the Ḍākinī of Suchness (Chönyi Khandrö Tuktik) revealed by Sera Khandro
A simple practice of Sarasvatī including refuge, bodhicitta, deity visualisation, mantra recitation, praise and dedication of merit.