Guru-Purnima

Guru Bramha Guru Vishnu
Guru Devo Maheshwara
Guru Sakshaat Parabramha
Tasmai shri Guruve namaha||

It is a Sanskrit shloka which means
I offer my salutation to ‘Guru’, the teacher
who is a creator of all valuable things like Bramha
who is a preserver of all good things like Vishnu
who is a destroyer of all bad things like Shiva
who is the essence of everything like Parabramha.

Gurupurnima is a festival celebrated in India.
It is a day to show and express gratitude,respect  to those from whom we have learned.
It is a full moon day in the Hindu month of Ashad (July-August). The period of auspicious
four months (chaturmas) starts from this day.

It is also called as ‘Vyas Purnima’.
Vyas was known as “Maharshi” means The Great Sage.
He is the one who wrote Mahabharata, Puranas, edited four Vedas & he even
taught  “Shri Dattatraya“,the great Lord and the teacher of all teachers.

Guru means teacher. Teachers are educators & education is a process to
guide, to lead & to make someone knowledgeable, confident, successful.

Matru Devo Bhav,
Pitru Devo Bhav,
Acharya Devo Bhav||

which means Mother is the first teacher then Father & other than parents, ‘Acharya’, teacher is the one who help in shaping the future of any human being that’s why like parents, teacher should also be regarded as God.

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