Saraswati, frequently spelled Sarasvati, is a Sanskrit combination word of Sara (???) which implies essence, and Sva (???) which implies one self, the combined word signifying ” essence of one self “, and Saraswati denotes ” one who leads to essence of self knowledge “. It is additionally a Sanskrit composite word of surasa-vati (????-???) which means “one with a lot of water”.
The word Saraswati represents both as a source to a river and as a important deity in the Rigveda. In starting sections, the word refers to Sarasvati River and specified with other northwestern Indian rivers, for example, Drishadvati. Saraswati then indicates a river god. In Book 2, Rigveda calls Saraswati as the best of mothers, of rivers, of goddesses.