Master, your favor
How do i pay?
Lakh worth precious money
Guru is my priceless

After the parents, the guru has been given a special place in life. Parents give life to the child who teaches the guru to live life. Believing the importance of Guru, it is the law of celebrating Guru Purnima festival in Hindu beliefs.
According to the Hindu calendar, full moon of the Shukla aspect of ashad is called ‘guruparnima’. This full moon is also known as diameter full moon. This festival is celebrated with great respect throughout India. This time, Guru Purnima is on 9th July (Sunday). There is a law to worship after bathing in Ganga or any other river on this day. Particular importance has been given to the worship of the guru especially. On the day of Guru Purnima, many people keep a fast for their master too.
It is said that in the ancient times, when the students received free education in Gurukulan, on the day of Guru Purnima, he worshiped them by revealing reverence to his master according to his power. Only after that he was given the training of knowledge and teaching of the scriptures, Vedas, scriptures and other arts. Taking education from this festival devoted to Guru, we all should have reverence for our gurus with heart.

At the same time also teaches and a teacher,
But the difference between the two is only
that the teacher takes a test;
And the time teaches by taking a test!

Guru Purnima fast rules:

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  • Clean the house early in the morning.
  • Do daily routine work; try bathing in a holy river on this day.
  • Make a platform by spreading white clothes on a holy place in the house and making it twelve to twelve lines from east to west and north to south smell.
  • After that, make a resolution with the ‘gurupamparasiddhartha vyasupujan karishya’ mantra.
  • After this leave uninsured in the 10 directions.
  • Now the mind of the guru should perform the meditation of Lord Ganesha in the mind with the names of Brahmaji, Vyasji, Shukdevji, Govind Swamiji and Shankaracharyaji.
  • The study of Vedas and religious texts on this day is also considered very auspicious.
  • On this day, giving donations to the poor and the Brahmins gives much virtue.
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Guru is said to be related to the disciple more than God, because without the guru, there is no knowledge, discipline and devotion, and God can not be attained by their lack of it.

The meaning of the word guru is to remove darkness. When the darkness is removed, light is attained. In Hindi scriptures, the meaning of gu is from the person who removes the meaning of darkness and rupee.

Guru Full Moon Festival:

According to Hindi scriptures, the celebration of Guru Purnima is celebrated in memory of Maharishi Ved Vyas ji. On this day the greatness of Mahabharata and the four Vedas was born this great saint. For this reason it is also known as Vyaas Purnima and Adi Guru Purnima. In Bhaktikal, the birth of Ghasalal, the disciple of Kabirdas, was also born on this day. This day comes to the full moon of the month of Ashadh. On this day, Guru is worshiped and according to his ability, Dakshina is given. Guru Purnima festival comes in the beginning of the month.

Throughout India, the Guru Purnima festival is celebrated with great devotion and pomp. The guru has his own importance in Hindu, Jain and Buddhist religions. Our eternal religion is the glory of the Guru and the disciple’s incomparable relationship. Who can forget Eklavya, who gave his thumbs in the gift to the master. Nobody can forget to give Shishan donation to Lord Shri Krishna to Barbarik.

According to Hindi scriptures, the celebration of Guru Purnima is celebrated in memory of Maharishi Ved Vyas ji. On this day the greatness of Mahabharata and the four Vedas was born this great saint. For this reason it is also known as Vyaas Purnima and Adi Guru Purnima. In Bhaktikal, the birth of Ghasalal, the disciple of Kabirdas, was also born on this day. This day comes to the full moon of the month of Ashadh. On this day, Guru is worshiped and according to his ability, Dakshina is given. Guru Purnima festival comes in the beginning of the month.

Throughout India, the Guru Purnima festival is celebrated with great devotion and pomp. The guru has his own importance in Hindu, Jain and Buddhist religions. Our eternal religion is the glory of the Guru and the disciple’s incomparable relationship. Who can forget Eklavya, who gave his thumbs in the gift to the master. Nobody can forget to give Shishan donation to Lord Shri Krishna to Barbarik.

The glory of the master:

The master is the one we have learned so that our spiritual progress can take place. The gurus are the ones giving light of knowledge and reducing the darkness. In their affinity, one can attain liberation under the guidance of God. There should not be business in Guru education, which is being done by Dhonji Guru nowadays. If a guru talks about providing knowledge instead of a meaning, then that person is not worthy to be called a guru.

गुरु ब्रह्मा, गुरु विष्णु गुरु देवो महेशवरह;
गुरु साक्षात् परमं ब्रह्मा तस्मै श्री गुरुवे नम:

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