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Sarasvati/Saraswati the goddess of Knowledge. She is the consort to the god Brahma. She is the Mother of the Vedas. In this picture she is holding a musical instrument. As well as sitting on top of a swan, who is sitting on top of a lotus flower.

Gods Goddesses Legends Myths: Sarasvati/Saraswati, the Hindu of Knowledge, is the consort of the Brahma and Mother of the Vedas. In this picture, she is holding a musical instrument and sitting atop a swan on a lotus flower.

Things to do instead of watching TV.

Things to do instead of watching TV.

Quotes The strongest people become ever stronger in silence, they alone watch their transformation and they know very well what they are made of.

Quotes The strongest people become ever stronger in silence, they alone watch their transformation and they know very well what they are made of.

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The Age of Enlightenment took place from the mid to late centuries. This was a time when people started questioning religion and scientific revolutions were taking place. This is reflected in this genre of poetry.

Personal life: I set goals for myself to help me achieve them. Whether it is to study more often to make an A on a test or just to keep working out everyday and maintain my  weight. I try to set goals to help me stay in line.

Personal life: I set goals for myself to help me achieve them. Whether it is to study more often to make an A on a test or just to keep working out everyday and maintain my weight. I try to set goals to help me stay in line.

When I feel depressed

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Word of the Day - Oenomel - something combining strength with sweetness. Origin: Oenomel can be traced to the Greek terms oînos meaning "wine" and méli meaning "honey." The potent, sweet drink dates back to Ancient Greece. The term entered English in the