The day of Gurudev.
The full moon day of Ashada masam (July-August) is celebrated as the Guru Purnima.
The word Guru is derived from two words, 'Gu' and 'Ru'.
The Sanskrit word "Gu" means darkness or ignorance. "Ru" denotes the remover of that darkness. Therefore one who removes darkness and brightens everything is a Guru. On this day, disciples pay respect to their Guru.
During our journey through life, we often encounter people, who spark a deep appreciation within us. We wish to emulate them, to imbibe an aspect of them into our lives. These are our teachers - our ‘Gurus’. They inspire us, to be better versions of ourselves.
Through us, they live on…
‘Avirbhav Parv’, is the celebration of the ‘Emergence’ or birth of this energy...‘Your Guru’...
It is an effort towards invoking that what we want, need, yearn and wish to imbibe.
The day of Lord Shiva . It is the day, when Lord Shiva, rises from his prolonged Samadhi at 12 in the night. Shiv Ratri is a major festival observed by the disciples of Gurudev. It comes about 40 days after the day of “Ganesh Chaturthi” every year.
‘MahaShivratri’, is considered to be the darkest night of the year that celebrates the Grace of Lord Shiva ...