guru >> GuruPurnima the day of appreciation towards Guru

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Guru who give the path to Brightness, give the correct path to live life on Earth. The term ‘Guru’ consists two word
Gu and Ru, Gu means darkness in Sanskrit, Ru means who removes the darkness. Guru Purnima is the day of respecting our Spiritual Spiritual Guru, the day is observed in Asadha Purnima ( June – July) of Hindu Calendar.


Disciples in different Hindu Spiritual academy, worship their respective Guru. Traditionally on Guru Purnima day,
Guru Deba Byasa Moharaja is primly worshipped. In Budhist cultural belief Budha is the spiritual guider, followers pay their respect to him. Celebration of Guru Purnima is the part of Chaturmasa rituals.

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Pappa Ramdas Prabhu Jagatbandhu Shivananda