Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima 2021 Shubh Muhurat

24th July, Saturday – Guru Purnima 2021 Shubh Muhurat, Today is the full moon of the month of Ashadh, popularly known as Guru Purnima and Ved Vyas Purnima. According to the Hindu calendar, it is celebrated every year on the full moon day of the month of Ashadh as the birth anniversary of Maharishi Ved Vyas, the author of the Vedas. According to the Shiv Purana, on this day, Ved Vyas Ji, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, was born. Maharishi Ved Vyas is called the first guru of the universe, Guru Purnima has special significance in Hinduism. Maharishi Ved Vyas had composed the four Vedas and all the Puranas, that is why every year the full moon day of the month of Ashadh is celebrated with great enthusiasm and reverence as Ashadha Purnima, Vyas Purnima, and Guru Purnima. Let us know the date, auspicious time, importance, and method of worship of Guru Purnima.

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Although the full moon date of Ashadh month has started on 23 July 2021, But Guru Purnima festival will be celebrated on 24 July. Ashadh Purnima date 24 July 2021, Saturday morning from 10.43 am July 25, 2021, will remain till 08:06 in the morning of Sunday.


Shubh Yog Formed on Guru Purnima 2021

Three auspicious yog’s are being formed on Guru Purnima in which there will be Vishkumbh Yog, Preeti Yog, and Ayushman Yog. According to religious scriptures, Vishkumbh, Preeti, and Ayushman yog are very auspicious yog’s, it is believed that doing any auspicious work in these yogas definitely gives success. The auspicious work done in this yoga brings happiness, prosperity, wealth, and wealth in life.

Importance Of Guru Purnima 2021

There is a tradition of worshiping the Guru on Guru Purnima. In the scriptures, the Guru has a status above God. In such a situation, on the day of Guru Purnima, one should seek the blessings of one’s gurus and elders. This festival is celebrated on the birth anniversary of Maharishi Ved Vasas. The author of the four Vedas, 18 Puranas, the author of the Mahabharata, and many other texts are attributed to Maharishi Ved Vyas. On the occasion of Guru Purnima, one should seek blessings from the Gurus while worshiping and respecting them.