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 GURU PURNIMA 2022 | Guru Purnima 2021

   Guru Purnima (Hindi: Guru Purnima, Tamil: , Telugu: రుుపౌర్ణమి, Malayalam: , Gujarati: , Punjabi: , Marathi: Guru Poornima) also celebrates Guru Purnima to signify the importance of a ‘guru’ or teacher in one’s life. It’s a day to celebrate. According to spiritual (different religious gurus) experts, it is the Guru who helps one break out of the vicious cycle of life and death and realize the reality of the eternal ‘Atman’ or conscience.


GURU PURNIMA 2022 | Guru Purnima 2021

Guru Purnima is on Wednesday 13th July 2022

There is still about 5 months left for Guru Purnima.
    Guru Purnima is celebrated on the full moon day or Poornima in the month of Ashadha in the Hindu calendar. Whereas according to the English calendar, this festival comes in the month of July-August. The date in Guru Purnima 2022 is 13th July, Wednesday. In 2023, Guru Purnima will be celebrated on Monday, July 03.

Timing of Purnima Tithi on Guru Purnima Day 2022

Sunrise July 13, 2022 05:53 am. 

Sunset July 13, 2022 07:11 PM.

Purnima Tithi is starting from 13th July, 2022 at 04:01 AM.

Purnima Tithi is ending July 14, 2022 at 12:07 AM.

Spiritual Significance of Guru Purnima

     According to the tradition of Hinduism, the day of Guru Purnima is celebrated as the birthday of the famous ancient sage Ved Vyasa, who is considered to be the creator of the Vedas. Ved Vyasa is said to have edited the Vedas by dividing them into four parts.

     He also wrote the Mahabharata and the Puranas which are considered to be the ‘fifth Veda’.

     As per the ancient tradition, it is believed that the prayers offered on this day directly reach the Lord or Mahaguru and with his blessings the darkness of ignorance is removed from the life of the disciple.
     According to Buddhist tradition, on this day Gautam Buddha gave his first sermon to his first five disciples after his migration from Bodh Gaya to Sarnath. Thereafter, the ‘Sangha’ or community of his disciples was formed. Hence this day is celebrated as Guru Purnima.

According to Jainism, Lord Mahavira became the ‘guru’ of his first disciple Gautam Swami on this day. Therefore this day is also celebrated for the worship of Mahavir.

According to ancient Indian history, this day is of utmost importance to the farmers as they pray to God for good rains for the next crop.

    This year Guru Purnima is on Wednesday, 13 July 2022.

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    Among Hindus, this day is dedicated to the worship of their Guru who acts as the guiding light in their lives. Vyasa Puja is conducted at many places where mantras are chanted to worship the ‘Guru’.
      Devotees offer flowers and gifts as a mark of respect and ‘prasad’ and ‘charanamrit’ are distributed among the people.

In various ashrams ‘Charan Vandana’ is arranged or the sage’s sandalwood is worshipped by the disciples and people gather at the place where their guru takes his seat, the disciples follow the teachings and principles given by him. We do. dedicate yourself to We do. Hence this day is known as Guru-Shishya Parampara.

The day is also dedicated to the Guru Bhai or fellow disciple and the devotees express their solidarity towards each other in their journey towards spirituality. This day is spent by the disciples on introspection of their personal spiritual journeys so far.

Many people start their spiritual lessons on this day. This process is known as ‘Diksha’.

Guru Purnima festival dates between 2019 and 2029

year date

2019 —– Tuesday,—        July 16
2020 —– Sunday, —        July 5
2021 —– Saturday, —      July 24
2022 —– Wednesday, —  July 13
2023 —– Monday, —       July 03
2024 —– Sunday, —        July 21
2025 —– Thursday,—      10 July
2026 —– Wednesday, —  July 29
2027 —– Sunday, —        July 18
2028 —– Thursday, —     July 6
2029 —– Wednesday, —  July 25

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