100+ Images for Guru Purnima 5 July 2020 Download now | Guru Purnima also known as Vyasa Purnima falls in the month of Ashadh and will be celebrated on July 5 this year. On this day, students pay respect to their gurus and it’s celebrated on the birth anniversary of Veda Vyasa.
“Guru Purnima celebrates the human ability to rise beyond physical nature, and the Greatness of Adiyogi, who made this possible. – Sadhguru”
- This year Guru Purnima day is on July 05, 2020 (Sunday)
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The first full moon after the summer solstice in the month of Ashadha (July-August), is known as Guru Purnima. This sacred day marks the first transmission of the yogic sciences from Shiva – the Adiyogi or first yogi – to his first disciples, the Saptarishis, the seven celebrated sages. Thus, the Adiyogi became the Adi Guru or first Guru on this day. The Saptarishis carried this knowing throughout the world and even today, every spiritual process on the planet draws from the spine of knowing created by Adiyogi. (Images for Guru Purnima)
The full moon day of the Hindu month of ‘Ashad’ is a day that is very sacred and especially so, as it is a day to worship the Great Indian sage Vyasa. He was an Indian saint who is credited with editing all the four Indian Vedas and writing the 18 Hindu Puranas as well as authoring the Holy Shrimad Bhagavata and the story of Mahabharata.
The Guru of Gurus Dattatreya is said to have been taught by Sage Vyasa. This day is thus considered to be a very knowledge-oriented day for all Hindus. Father’s Day 2020
‘Gu’ being a Sanskrit root refers to ignorance or darkness and ‘ru’ signifies the person who removes that darkness. So it is this day of Guru Purnima that you show all your respect to your guru and attain his blessings. It is the day that is completely dedicated to both academic and spiritual teachers. Moreover, this auspicious day is thought to be the best for meditation and best for doing yogic sadhanas as well.