As we know Hinduism is a beautiful culture and you find lots of festivals and rituals in this culture. Today we will talk about Guru Purnima, which is a popular and famous Hindu festival. This festival is celebrated to honor the relationship between teachers and disciples. On this day people worship their teachers, gurus, mentors, and inspiration. They give respect to their respective Gurus and mentors. This is the way to thank them for their support and guidance. People thank their mentors, who gave them knowledge. This is an amazing festive for Hindus. We know that Guru’s place and position are the highest in the world they received the position as a parent.

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What is the meaning of Guru Purnima in India?

Guru Purnima is also known as Vyasa Purnima and is celebrated to make the birth anniversary of Veda Vyasa, a great sage and author of Hindu history, Mahabharata. This festival is also celebrated as Gyaan Purnima unsettled by its alliance and teachings.

How many cultures celebrated this day?

Not only do Hindus celebrate this fact, but the Buddhists, Jains, and Sikhs also celebrate Guru Purnima. The Sikhs observe this day to give respect to their Ten Spiritual Gurus. At the same time, Jains call this a “Treenok Guru Purnima”, a day when Lord Mahavira made his first apostle. In the culture of Buddhism, speaking as Lord Buddha gave his first sermon at Sarnath on the day of Guru Purnima. They celebrate this day as Buddha Purnima.

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When is Guru Purnima observed?

According to the Hindu Calendar, Guru Purnima is observed in India on Ashadha Purnima (full moon day in Ashadha Month). To discover Guru Purnima Pooja’s favorable Time and Date please visit the Choghadiya link.

What is the Significance of the Guru Purnima Festival?

The word Guru is made up of two words – ‘Gur’ refers to darkness and “Ru” is the opposite of darkness. So, the word Gurus refers to someone who releases us from the darkness of incomprehension and informs us with knowledge and awareness. We can find the festival’s importance in the meaning of the word. In the culture of Hinduism, the Guru is known as a mentor, who guides all the good things and walks on the right path. In the words of Ramakrishna Paramhansa, “He alone is the right teacher or mentor who brightens by the light of true knowledge”. It is believed that our Guru resides in the Vishuddha Chakra in the throat and in throat and awakens when we give ourselves to our higher self.

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What is the Story of Guru Purnima?

Furthermore, as per Hindu texts, Lord Shiva transmitted the knowledge of Yoga to Saptarishis on this day. Lord Shiva is known as the world’s first Guru or Adi Guru.

What is the date and time of Guru Purnima Day 2022?

Date – 13th July 2022
Day – Wednesday
Purnima Tithi starting – at 04:00 AM on 13th July 2022, Wednesday.
Purnima Tithi ends – at 00: 6, 14th July 2022, Thursday

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What is the Guru Purnima Mantra?

Gurur Brahma Gurur Vishnu
Gurur Devo Maheshwara
Guru Sakshaat Par brahama
Tasmay Shri Guruve Namah

What is Doha by Sant Kabirdas for Guru Purnima?

Guru Gobind Dau Khade
Kake Lagu Paye
Balihaari Guru Aapne
Govind Diyo Bataye

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What is the Guru Purnima 2022 Rituals 2022?

  • People take bath to get up early in the morning
  • Hawan and Yajna organize
  • People go to their Guru’s Ashram, where Padapuja’ or the worship of the sage’s sandals or managed by disciples.
  • Several people start their non-material lessons this day.
  • This day is also considered to take Diksha.
  • the special significance of serving a mentor on this day
  • People touch the feet of their elders, who do not have a Guru,
  • People give some food, fruits, and Dakshina in the form of money to the Guru and the blessings.
  • Children must take the blessings from their guides and mentor.

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