Guru Purnima is the day when we pay respect to our Gurus. Some organise pujas using simple pooja items while some spend the day on fasting. More on Guru Purnima.
Indian tradition and culture has always placed ‘Guru’ or ‘the teacher’ in the most revered position. As our scriptures read :-
“GururBrahma GururVishnu GururDevo Maheshwaraha ;
Guru Saakshaat ParaBrahma Tasmai Sri Gurave Namaha”
(Translated, this signifies Guru as the Creator, Guru as the Preserver and Guru
Guru purnima is the day of remembrance of the Guru and his importance in our lives. Some of them buy pooja items and offer pooja as a reverence to their gurus. Organising a special pooja on the day is a norm in many institutions which abide by the traditional systems. Organising pooja on this occasion is not difficult due to the availability of online puja samagri which makes matter easier. Continue reading Paying Respect to Gurus on the Occasion of Guru Purnima