Guru Purnima 2020: How Celebrated In COVID19?
Guru Purnima day is heartly dedicated to spiritual guru/ teacher or mentor. In India, Guru is teach child and spread the true light him or her. At that time life is totally unsuccessful without attendance of Guru. The Purnima date is fully devoted and supported with depth of love for Guru. This day the great author and one big character Veda Vyasa Ji had born who wrote the Mahabharata.
Guru Purnima Tithi Started at 11:33 AM on July 4 and it will finished at 10:13 AM on July 5.
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Some believed are considered in this Purnima Day the Indian epic The Mahabharata author was born on this day who defined the Vedas into four different kinds- Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda and Atharva. Therefore on Purnima some people devote by doing some puja performance, keeping fast and many of other rituals.
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How Celebrated In COVID19 2020?
In this year first time after 400 years Mathura's great place and famous for Guru Purnima fair will not be celebrating due to COVID19 pandemic. All religious places like Sri Krishna temple will remain closed so many other welcome places. This year social distancing rule cannot allow to anyone to gather the huge number of peoples in these places. In Mathura people going and celebrating while pay respect to their gurus.
Importance of Guru Purnima The Sanskrit Word Guru earned from two words Gu and Ru it means Gu meant darkness/black and Ru means light/shine, therefore Guru is a talent who can remove the darkness of their dispels and followers by the glowing of knowledge and spiritual power. So this is a day for the students/followers/dispels who pay respect and thankful to their Guru Ji with the soul of voice.