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Celebrated by both the Hindus and Buddhists, Guru Purnima is a festival that is dedicated to someone who has been the guiding force of life and also to someone who shows the right path in the time of dilemma. Those who have Spiritual Gurus, honor them on this special day.This is an annual celebration which generally falls in the month of ‘Asadh’ of the Hindu calendar on the full moon day. Other than Spiritual Gurus, this day can also be dedicated to a teachers, parents, since they form an integral part of everyone. There are different ways of honoring gurus, sending gifts being the most common one. The articles assigned in this chapter will provide a thoughtful insight about this special festival and also focus on the gifts that can be sent for in order to express gratitude to the gurus.
Of all the different festivals and occasions that form an integral part of the Indians, Guru Purnima is one of the most prominent ones. This festival, which is mainly dedicated to the gurus, is celebrated every year on the full moon day in the month of ‘Asadh'; of the Hindu calendar.Gifts can be sent on this festival to express gratitude and also to honor the gurus or teachers. The articles in this chapter provide information on Guru Purnima and also about its history.
Guru Poornima is an auspicious festival of India. This festival is celebrated by Hindus and Buddhists all over India. Guru Poornima is also known as ‘Vyas Purnima'; for the Hindus as they pay tribute to the greatest sage of Hindu tradition ‘Vyas'; as well as to their spiritual gurus. On this auspicious day, Buddhists pay homage to Lord Buddha. According to the Hindu calender, the festival is celebrated on the full moon day of the Ashad month. The article assigned in this chapter give a vivid view about the festival of Guru Poornima.
Guru Poornima also known as ‘Vyas Purnima'; is one of the ancient festivals of India. This festival is celebrated on the full moon day of the Ashad month by Hindus and Buddhists. On this auspicious festival people pay homage to their spiritual gurus by sending gifts such as sweets, spiritual items, flowers etc. The article assigned in this chapter give a vivid view about the gifts that can be send on this auspicious occasion.
This chapter brings forward amazing Guru Poornima Gift ideas.
This article informs the readers about the history of guru poornima.