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Guru Purnima: Festival, Carnival, Celebration, Images, Quotes, Facts, Pics, Tweets, FB Status

Well, today is a very special day, and the festival, which is namely, Guru Purnima, which is a very pious and sacred festival, of our Indian society.

Well, the Hindu festival, Guru Purnima (Poornima) is a spiritual and sacred tradition in Hindu religion, which is completely dedicated to spiritual and academic teachers.

While, teachers are those, who are evolved or enlightened humans, as well as they shares knowledge and wisdom, to their fellow student, which is I think, just incredible.

The festival, Guru Purnima, is also let us know the fact, regarding, the relationship, a student and a teacher shares, and it also recalls the fact, that the teacher, I mean our teacher, means, guru teaches us, or give us, knowledge and the education, with very little or no monetary expectation, which is as per the Wikipedia, based on Karma Yoga.

Guru Purnima: Festival, Carnival, Celebration, Images, Quotes, Facts, Pics, Tweets, FB Status

Well, the festival, Guru Purnima, is very famous and very sacred, Hindu carnival, which rejoices and celebrates, in the some of the different nations, like, Nepal, India, and Bhutan, amongst, the Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists, religion following people.

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It is the carnival, Guru Purnima, is religiously, and traditionally, as per Wikipedia, is being observed by Hindus, Buddhists, and Jains, in order to revere their selected spiritual teachers/leaders, besides, people express their thankfulness, and gratitude, via, this festival, called, Guru Purnima.

The festival, #Guru Purnima, rejoices and celebrated on the full moon day, which means, Purnima, which is a Hindu month of Ashadha (June–July) because this is regarded in the Hindu calendar of India and Nepal.

Well, the festival, which is one of the very important Hindu carnivals, namely, #Guru Purnima, was actually, as per the Wikipedia, revived by Mahatma Gandhi, which was marks, and gives the special respect and tribute to his spiritual guru Shrimad Rajchandra.

Another, important fact of the day, is that it was the day, of the festival, #GuruPurnima when the Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa – author of the Mahabharata – was born to sage Parashara and a fisherman’s daughter Satyavati; so the day, is also regarded as the Vyasa Purnima.