Guru Purnima Date Calendar 2023 in India
Guru Purnima India celebrates 2023 on the full moon of the Hindu month Ashadha. On this day, the Guru (teacher or mentor) is venerated. A guru is a person who inspires us with knowledge and leads us from darkness into the light. The entire nation observes this day with unwavering faith and enthusiasm.
Guru Purnima Muhurat 2023
The optimal Guru Purnima muhurat is during the Purnima Tithi and the first three muhurats following sunrise. Without Purnima’s three Muhurats after daybreak, the earlier day cannot be celebrated.
Guru Purnima Puja Vidhi
On this day, you are encouraged to up early, perform daily rituals such as bathing, Puja, etc., and wear nice clothing.
Then, present Vyasa Ji with flowers and garlands, and then visit your own Guru.
Also, offer a garland to your guru.
Then, on this auspicious day, you must present your Guru with clothing, fruits, flowers, garlands, Dakshina, or money, and seek their blessings.
Guru Purnima: Its Significance
Guru Purnima commemorates the birth of Ved Vyasa, the legendary sage who edited and partitioned the Vedas into four volumes. In addition, he composed the Puranas, considered the ‘fifth Veda,’ and the Mahabharata. On this day, your prayers reach the Mahaguru swiftly, and his blessings protect you from darkness and ignorance. After relocating from Bodhgaya to Sarnath, Gautama Buddha imparted his first sermon or instruction to his first five pupils, according to Buddhism. The Sangha, or his disciples’ community.
In Jainism, Lord Mahavira became his first disciple Gautam Swami’s “Guru” on this day, and the day is commemorated as Mahavira Day. Moreover, this day is of the utmost importance to farmers, who worship God and pray for sufficient rains for the upcoming harvest season. This day, known as ‘Diksha,’ is when many people begin their spiritual studies. In addition, numerous students of Indian classical music honor their musical “gurus.” And then the guru-shishya parampara is repeated (teacher-student tradition).