Krishna Purnima India celebrates the year 2023 on the Ashadha full moon date. On this day, the Guru (teacher or mentor) is worshipped. A guru is a person who inspires us with wisdom and leads us from the darkness to the light. Everywhere in the nation, there is a strong belief and passion surrounding this holiday.
The first three muhurats after daybreak on Guru Purnima Tithi are the ideal muhurat times. Celebrations cannot take place on the earlier day without Purnima’s three Muhurats following sunrise.
It is advised that you get up early, go about your daily chores like bathing and Puja, etc., and dress nicely.
After that, present Vyasa Ji with flowers and garlands before visiting your own Guru.
Give your guru some garlands as well.
After that, you must present your Guru with gifts such as garments, food, flowers, garlands, and Dakshina or cash in order to receive their blessings on this auspicious day.
According to its spiritual importance, Guru Purnima commemorates Ved Vyasa’s birth. He was a great sage who edited the Vedas and divided them into four parts. He also wrote the Mahabharata and the Puranas, which are regarded as the “fifth Veda.” Prayers are quickly heard by the Mahaguru, and with his blessings, this day will be free of darkness and ignorance for you. According to Buddhism, after moving from Bodhgaya to Sarnath, Gautam Buddha gave his first sermon or teaching to his first five students. the group of his followers called the “Sangha.” On this day, Lord Mahavira received the title “Guru” from Gautam Swami, his first pupil, and the day is observed as a day to honor Mahavira. In addition, farmers worship God on this day and ask for more rain to prepare for the upcoming harvest season. On this day, known as “Diksha,” many individuals begin their spiritual studies. Additionally, a lot of Indian classical music students honor their musical “gurus.” and repeat the guru-shishya parampara after that (teacher-student tradition).