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Today 22 July is all hindu people celebration gurunpurnima.

Today Guru Purnima Celebration 


Hindus show much respect to their gurus. Gurus are often regarded as Gods. The Shvetashvatara Upanishad (6/23) tells :

“Yasya deve para bhaktir yatha deve tatha gurau
Tasyaite kathitaa hi arthaaha prakashante mahatmanaha”


This means, Guru to be worshipped in the same manner as the deity - God, to attain all there is to attain on the path of God-realization. When we realize this then there is a need to search for someone to teach you!
Today, several programs and cultural performances are organized by spiritual organizations. Divine discourse and bhajan samarohas are also organized to make the day even more special.
In India, Guru Purnima is celebrated at various ashrams, especially with much grandeur at Sivananda Ashram, Rishikesh. The day is celebrated here on a grand scale with devotees coming from various parts of the country. The same is also celebrated at ashram of Satya Sai Baba at Puttaparthy, Ashram in Amritapuri and few other places of spiritual importance. Guru Purnima is also celebrated few places outside India.
This is a day for spiritual seekers who remain extremely open to their gurus to receive divine power, and for this reason holy people choose this day to shower everyone with their most auspicious divine blessings.

Today Sms  

  •  As You Walk With The Guru,
    You Walk In The Light Of Existence,
    Away From The Darkness Of Ignorance.
    You Leave Behind All The Problems Of Your Life And
    Move Towards The Peak Experiences Of Life.
    Happy Guru Purnima
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Coming Date Guru Purnima2013

Guru Purnima is Coming on 22 July 2013 and according to gujarati month Ashadhi Purnima Month of ashad day of 15.This is Day is Known as Vyas Purnima.

About Guru Purnima 

Guru Brahma Gurur Vishnu, Guru Devo Maheshwaraha. 
Guru Saakshat Para Brahma, Tasmai Sree Gurave Namaha.

The full moon day in the Hindu month of Ashad (July-August) is observed as the auspicious day of Guru Purnima, a day sacred to the memory of the great sage Vyasa. All Hindus are indebted to this ancient saint who edited the four Vedas, wrote the 18 Puranas, the Mahabharata and the Srimad Bhagavata. Vyasa even taught Dattatreya, who is regarded as the Guru of Gurus. 

This day is celebrated in the sacred memory of the great sage Vyasa, the ancient saint who compiled the four Vedas, wrote 18 Puranas, the Mahabharata and the Srimad Bhagavata.

The day, also known as “Vyasa Purnima” is observed by devotees who offer pujas (worship) to their beloved Gurus. Sage Vyasa is known to be the Adi (original) Guru of the Hindu religion. The auspicious day of Vyaasa Poornima has a great significance, as everybody knows that the role of a Guru in real life is very much important. - See more at: http://www.festivalsofindia.in/gurupurnima/#sthash.qRffXok8.dpuf
Significance of Guru Purnima 

On this day, all spiritual aspirants and devotees worship Vyasa in honor of his divine personage and all disciples perform a 'puja' of their respective spiritual preceptor or 'Gurudevs'.
This day is of deep significance to the farmers, for it heralds the setting in of the much-needed rains, as the advent of cool showers usher in fresh life in the fields. It is a good time to begin your spiritual lessons. Traditionally, spiritual seekers commence to intensify their spiritual 'sadhana' from this day.
The period 'Chaturmas' ("four months") begins from this day. In the past, wandering spiritual masters and their disciples used to settle down at a place to study and discourse on the Brahma Sutras composed by Vyasa, and engage themselves in Vedantic discussions. 

 Guru Purnima Sms2013 

 May guru’s blessings Always shower on you. 
Wish you a very Happy Guru purnima

Guru Govind dohu khare Kake lagoo,
Paye Balihari Guru Aapki Govind 
diyo bataye Thanks for being my Guru!

Happy Guru pornima,
Guru Hi Hamare Mata Pita Hai.
Guru Ka Sthan Jivan Me Bahut Hi Ucha Hai.
Guru Ke Bina Jivan Vyarth Hai.
Jivan Me Guru Ki Jarurat Hai.
Happy Gurupornima.

Guru is Aspiration,
Guru is Inspiration
Happy Guru Purnima

As you walk with the Guru,
you walk in the light of Existence,
away from the darkness of ignorance.
You leave behind all the problems of your life and
move towards the peak experiences of life.
Happy Guru Purnima

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Only One Person in World We Support, The Person To Make a Gentle Man That Is Only One “OUR Teacher” Happy Guru Purnima

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The full moon day in the month of Ashadh (July) of the Hindu calendar is celebrated as Guru Purnima by all Hindus all over. This day is celebrated as a mark of respect to the “Guru” i.e. a teacher or a preacher. - See more at: http://www.festivalsofindia.in/gurupurnima/#sthash.qRffXok8.dpuf
The full moon day in the month of Ashadh (July) of the Hindu calendar is celebrated as Guru Purnima by all Hindus all over. This day is celebrated as a mark of respect to the “Guru” i.e. a teacher or a preacher. - See more at: http://www.festivalsofindia.in/gurupurnima/#sthash.qRffXok8.dpuf
The full moon day in the month of Ashadh (July) of the Hindu calendar is celebrated as Guru Purnima by all Hindus all over. This day is celebrated as a mark of respect to the “Guru” i.e. a teacher or a preacher. - See more at: http://www.festivalsofindia.in/gurupurnima/#sthash.qRffXok8.dpuf
The full moon day in the month of Ashadh (July) of the Hindu calendar is celebrated as Guru Purnima by all Hindus all over. This day is celebrated as a mark of respect to the “Guru” i.e. a teacher or a preacher. - See more at: http://www.festivalsofindia.in/gurupurnima/#sthash.qRffXok8.dpuf
Gururbrahmaa gururvishnuh gururdevo Maheswarah |
Guruh-saakshaat parambrahma tasmai shrigurave namah ||
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Gururbrahmaa gururvishnuh gururdevo Maheswarah |
Guruh-saakshaat parambrahma tasmai shrigurave namah ||
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Gururbrahmaa gururvishnuh gururdevo Maheswarah |
Guruh-saakshaat parambrahma tasmai shrigurave namah ||
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Gururbrahmaa gururvishnuh gururdevo Maheswarah |
Guruh-saakshaat parambrahma tasmai shrigurave namah ||
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Gururbrahmaa gururvishnuh gururdevo Maheswarah |
Guruh-saakshaat parambrahma tasmai shrigurave namah ||
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Coming Date Yogini Ekadashi Vrat2013

Yogini Ekadashi Vrat is on 3July 2013 on Yogini Ekadashi.

About Yogini Ekadashi Vrat 

Yogini Ekadashi vrat is observed on Ekadashi of Krishna Paksha, Ashada Masa. In 2013, this Ekadashi will be celebrated on 3rd July. Lord Vishnu is worshipped on this day with full faith and dedication. Worshipping the Peepal tree on this day also have its own significance.Yogini Ekadashi fast is observed on Ekadashi of Krishna Paksha, Ashad Masa. In the year 2012, this Ekadashi will be on 15 June. On this day, idol of Lord Narayan is given offerings and Abhishek is performed.. After that, Aarti is performed using flowers, incense sticks and lamps. Giving donations to poor Brahmans is beneficial, on this day. Additionally, worshipping the Pipal tree removes the sins of a person’s life. And, the person observing fast receives heaven after death.

Yogini Ekadashi Vrat Katha 

According to legends, a king named Kuber ruled the city called Alkapuri. He was a great devotee of Lord Shiva. He used to offer flowers in the Puja brought by Hema Mali. Hemamali had a beautiful wife named Vishalakshi. Once, after bringing flowers from Mansarovar, he did not go for Puja and started spending time with his wife. King Kuber kept waiting for him till noon time. After waiting for long, he got very furious and ordered his servants to find Hema Mali.
When servants returned back, they said, “Hey king, he is busy rejoicing with his wife.” Hearing to this, king immediately ordered his servants to call Hema Mali. He cursed the gardener with separation from his wife and will suffer from leprosy in the Mrityu lok. Being cursed by the king he immediately fell on the earth and became a leper. He also faced separation from his wife and suffered from many problems in the Mrityu lok.
Due to the effect of Lord Shiva’s devotion, his mind did not forget the deeds of his last birth and he started moving towards the Himalayas. He visited an ashram on the way and met a saint. Hemamali reached to him and fell in his feet. The saint heard the full story of the gardener and decided to help him to attain salvation.
He advised Hema to observe Yogini Ekadashi fast on Krishna Paksha of Ashada month to get rid of all the sins. Hema started observing the fast with proper rituals and devotion. As a result, he got back to his original form and started living happily with his wife.
How To Observe Yogini Ekadashi Vrat 

Legends narrate the story of a gardener named Hema Mali, a Yaksha and his extremely beautiful wife, Swarupavati. Hema Mali worked under Kuvera, King of Alakapuri, who was a pious devotee of Lord Shiva. Hema Mali’s job was to collect flowers from Manasarovar Lake and provide them to the king for the daily Shiva puja. Nonetheless, he was highly attracted towards his wife and hence, one day, he stayed back with wife neglecting his duties. Thus, he could not deliver flowers for the puja to the king. The king sent one of his messengers to find out the reason for Hema Mali’s absence and negligence. The messenger found that Hema Mali was spending time with his wife instead of fulfilling his duty of collecting flowers.

He returned back and informed the king that the reason for his carelessness is his gorgeous wife. Hema Mali was summoned to the court. Though he begged for forgiveness, the king cursed him with suffering from white leprosy and be separated from his wife. He was thrown out of the palace and Hem Mali immediately got afflicted with white leprosy. He wandered through the forests for years and finally reached the ashram of Sage Markandeya. The whole tale was retold to the sage. The sage asked Hema Mali to observe Yogini Ekadashi vrat in order to get liberated from the dangerous infection and relieved from the curse.

As directed, Hema Mali observed the fast and returned back to his divine form as a Yaksha. Therefore, he was able to reunite with his wife and live the rest of his life happily. All devotees observing this fast are freed from their sins and are provided with great liberation. The rituals and customs for following Yogini Ekadashi are same as that of other Ekadashi fasts. The fast begins from sunrise and lasts until the next day’s sunrise. People observing a partial fast on this day resist from consuming food made from rice or grains. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, devotees are advised to chant and recite Vishnu Stotras during the day of the fast.

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