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Guru Purnima 2021: Importance, Traditions, Food and Culture

All you need to know about Guru Purnima…

Monday, 26th July 2021

 Everything you need to know about Guru Purnima!

 The guru or teacher has always been considered similar to God in Hindu culture. Guru Purnima or Vyasa Purnima is a day to celebrate and thank our teacher. This Sanskrit word literally means "to get us out of ignorant people." This full moon day of the month of Ashada is one of the most auspicious days of the year in Hinduism. India will celebrate Guru Purnima on July 5, 2021. It also commemorates the birthday of Ved Vyasa, who is believed to have written some of the most important Hindu texts of all time, such as the Pharaohs, the Mahabharata, and the Vedas.

 The Story of Guru Purnima

 Guru Purnima pays tribute to Ved Vyasa, known as one of the most respected teachers of ancient India. Principal Ayurvedic Consultant Dr. Vishakha Mahindroo said: "The Vedic Veda, which constitutes four Vedas, constitutes the epic of the Mahabharata and laid the foundation for many past books and a huge encyclopedia of Hindu sacred knowledge. The ancient Lu Purnima represents the The date Lord Shiva as Adi Guru or primitive Guru taught the seven Vedic prophets In the Yoga Sutras, Ishvara as Pranava or Om is called the Adi Yoga Teacher. The Buddha is said to have delivered his first sermon at Saryeyuan today, reflecting the power of this holy period. "

 The importance of Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima is to commemorate our teachers, who eliminated the darkness in our hearts. Since ancient times, they have held a special place in the lives of the followers. All the holy books of Hinduism explain the Guru. importance and extraordinary connection between the Guru and his Shia (disciples). The ancient Sanskrit phrase "Mata Pitah Guru Daivam" says that the first is reserved for the mother and the second is reserved for the father Yes, the third is reserved for Him guru and the fourth is reserved for God. Therefore, in the Hindu tradition, the status of teachers is higher than that of gods. Chapter   

Guru Purnima is generally celebrated by worshiping and expressing gratitude to the gods as our Guru. In monasteries and places of practice, the disciples prayed for their teachers. Dr. Vishakha suggested what to do with Guru Purnima, "On this day, people should commit to following the guru's principles and teachings and putting them into practice. Guru Purnima values ??the importance of Vishnu Putra." "Vishnu Sahatranam", also known as the Thousand Names of Vishnu, should be recited on this day. Synchronize with yourself and guide your energy in this auspicious day. "

 Fasting and banquets and food culture

 Many people fast during the day and do not eat heavy foods such as salt, rice, non-vegetarian dishes, and other foods made from grains. Only yogurt or fruits are allowed. They break their fast at night after the puja. Distribute Prasada and Charnamrita, which contain fresh fruit and sweetened curd. Most families also follow a strict vegetarian diet at Guru Purnima, eating Khichdi, Poori, Choley, Halwa and other delicacies and Soan Papdi, Barfi, Laddoo, Gulab Jamun and other sweets.


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