Guru Purnima: The Celestial Dance of Reverence

Sruthi Bhupathiraju

7/3/20231 min read

Purnima symbolises the victory of light over darkness and represents the eternal cycle of life, death, and rebirth, which is an integral part of Hindu philosophy and beliefs . Amidst the tapestry of stars above, This day unfolds with a sacred love, When the moon, in its fullness, graces the sky, We honor the gurus who guide us high.

In the realm of timeless wisdom and radiant grace, Where devotion weaves an ethereal embrace, Lies the sacred day, ablaze with celestial light, Guru Purnima. It is observed on the full moon day (Purnima) in the month of Ashadha (June–July) according to the Hindu Calendar. It is celebrated as a festival in India, Nepal and Bhutan by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists.

Guru Purnima Puja & Yajna on the occasion of Guru Purnima is performed to seek the divine blessings of gurus who remove darkness of ignorance and light up the Path of life. On this hallowed day, devotees gather near, Bound by reverence and profound cheer, With petals of gratitude, we adorn their feet, For their selfless grace, profound and sweet.

On Guru Purnima, this celestial dance of devotion and reverence, a sacred trance, We offer our hearts, like lotus flowers unfurled, To the gurus who bless us, in this cosmic world.

On this auspicious day, let us unite, In the realm of knowledge, shining so bright, For Guru Purnima, a celestial affair, A divine communion, beyond space and time's snare.

Let our voices rise, in hymns of devotion, Our souls entwined in cosmic emotion, With hearts ablaze, let us sing and pray, To the gurus who lead us on the eternal way.

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