Guru Purnima

Happy Guru Purnima!

Krupa Nanda


“Guru means the teacher is only Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. I bow to that Guru, the supreme, being right before my eyes.” 

Today is full moon day but this day has its own importance. This day comes once in a year. According to Hindu month of Ashadh (July-August) is observed as the auspicious day of Guru Purnima, a day sacred to the memory of the great sage Maharshi Ved Vyas.

Maharshi Ved Vyas, who edited Four Vedas, wrote the 18 Purans, Mahabharata and Srimad Bhagvat Geeta. Ved Vyasji even taught Dattatreya, who is regarded as the Guru of Gurus.

On this day, people worship their respective Gurudev and get their blessings. They go to their Gurudev’s Ashram. The sacred worship of the Guru’s Feet is performed. Of this worship, it is said in the Guru Gita:

“Dhyaana moolam guror murtih;
Pooja moolam guror padam;
Mantra moolam guror vakyam;

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14 thoughts on “Guru Purnima

            1. Exactly my friend! She is always there to brighten my path. Corrects me when needed. I do follow the rules, not exactly I could say rules but yes she teaches how to handle circumstances and how to fight when needed! So yes, I could say that m giving her Guru Daxina. She always guides, she never fights for me! 🙂 I guess, that is what the role of Guru. 🙂

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  1. Vaibhavnanda

    Jsk bhabhi after long time…..
    Tamaro blog mummy ne vachavyo…..etle tamari kakiji e khubh saras ane….jaldi tamari sathe mulakat ni vaat muki…..che….n very good thoughts of guru which makes someone to thought about their guru.

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