The panel around the Goddess is given a spectacular treatment with some nice floral designs being crafted on it. The Goddess is playing her Veena creating a sense of religious accomplishment. She is the repository of education and learning and therefore is worshipped by the students and musicians alike. Her vehicle a swan is looking at the Goddess. With her two hands, the goddess is playing the Veena and in her one hand she is holding a book. She is wearing a spectacular headgear and the figure is a testimony of feminine beauty. Worshipped alike by students and musicians, the goddess is the repository of learning and music. Goddess Saraswat is also called as Vak Devi, the goddess of speech and is the mother of all Vedas. She is the repository of Brahma’s creative intelligence.