Guru Purnima: The devotees took a holy bath in the sangam, attending the Guru Peeths today

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Guru Purnima also lasted two days this time. The importance of this full moon has increased through the meeting of Preeti and Ayushman Yoga. Believers take a holy bath in sangam by observing the fast of Ashadh Purnima on Friday. Also, after bathing on the banks of the Ganges, including the Sangam, food clothes were donated. On Saturday the students will be present at the Gurupeeths.On Friday Guru Purnima took place at 10:45 am. On Saturday there is a full moon until 8:08 a.m. With the onset of the full moon, the fasters began to take a bath at the confluence. During this time, a large number of devotees, apart from Sangam, bathed and donated in Ramghat, Dashashwamedh Ghat. Somewhere the lamp was donated and somewhere the Ganga worship was performed. Believers prayed for Mother Ganga’s blessings from their homes, from families to society at large.

Rituals continued at the post of priest. People kept taking vows to grant their wishes. This time three yogas meet on Guru Purnima. Vishkumbh Yoga takes place until 6:12 a.m., Preeti Yoga until 3:16 a.m. on July 24th, followed by Ayushman Yoga. In astrology, the joint training of Preeti and Ayushman Yoga is considered auspicious. Jyotisacharya Pt Brajendra Mishra tells that success is achieved in working in Preeti and Ayushman Yoga. Vishkumbh Yoga is not considered auspicious according to astrology.

On Purnima, the devotees take a vow of fasting in Brahma Muhurta after bathing in the Ganges. Then the lamps of wishes were lit. Meanwhile, the devotees meditate on their guru by offering Lord Shiva in the temples Roli, Kumkum, Akshat, flowers, incense, lamp and Naivedya. On Saturday the students arrive at monasteries, ashrams for darshan and blessings from the gurus. The gurus are offered food, clothing, sweets, flower garlands and dakshina. Bhandaras were organized from place to place in the city’s monasteries and temples. According to the Puranas, the day of the incarnation of Maharishi Ved Vyas, the creator of the four Vedas, is celebrated as the Guru Purnima Festival.

Guru Puja today in monasteries and ashrams
At the Guru Purnima Festival on Saturday, gurus are worshiped in the city’s monasteries and temples amid the Kovid Protocol. Elaborate precautions were taken in the great monasteries on Guru Purnima. Rudrabhishek starts at 7 a.m. after the flag is worshiped in Baghambri Gaddi, the Math in Allapur. Guru Puja takes place from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Afterwards there is a Bhandara from 1 p.m. Similarly, Guru Purnima Mahotsav is celebrated on July 24th at the Devraha Baba Ashram at Triveni Sangam Dam. Chaired by astrologer Dr. Rameshwar Prapannacharya Shastri begin abhishek and worship from 9 o’clock. Only those devotees are allowed to enter the Ashram on Gurupurnima who bring the RTPCR test report from Kovid-19 with them. Swami Anantacharya gave this information. Apart from that, Guru Puja was organized in other monasteries and temples.

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Guru Purnima also lasted two days this time. The importance of this full moon has increased through the meeting of Preeti and Ayushman Yoga. Believers take a holy bath in sangam by observing the fast of Ashadh Purnima on Friday. Also, after bathing on the banks of the Ganges, including the Sangam, food clothes were donated. On Saturday the students will be present at the Gurupeeths.

On Friday Guru Purnima took place at 10:45 am. On Saturday there is a full moon until 8:08 a.m. With the onset of the full moon, the fasters began to take a bath at the confluence. During this time, a large number of devotees, apart from Sangam, bathed and donated in Ramghat, Dashashwamedh Ghat. Somewhere the lamp was donated and somewhere the Ganga worship was performed. Believers prayed for Mother Ganga’s blessings from their homes, from families to society at large.

Rituals continued at the post of priest. People kept taking vows to grant their wishes. This time three yogas meet on Guru Purnima. Vishkumbh Yoga takes place until 6:12 a.m., Preeti Yoga until 3:16 a.m. on July 24th, followed by Ayushman Yoga. In astrology, the joint training of Preeti and Ayushman Yoga is considered auspicious. Jyotisacharya Pt Brajendra Mishra tells that success is achieved in working in Preeti and Ayushman Yoga. Vishkumbh Yoga is not considered auspicious according to astrology.

On Purnima, the devotees take a vow of fasting in Brahma Muhurta after bathing in the Ganges. Then the lamps of wishes were lit. Meanwhile, the devotees meditate on their guru by offering Lord Shiva in the temples Roli, Kumkum, Akshat, flowers, incense, lamp and Naivedya. On Saturday the students arrive at monasteries, ashrams for darshan and blessings from the gurus. The gurus are offered food, clothing, sweets, flower garlands and dakshina. Bhandaras were organized from place to place in the city’s monasteries and temples. According to the Puranas, the day of the incarnation of Maharishi Ved Vyas, the creator of the four Vedas, is celebrated as the Guru Purnima Festival.

Guru Puja today in monasteries and ashrams

At the Guru Purnima Festival on Saturday, gurus are worshiped in the city’s monasteries and temples amid the Kovid Protocol. Elaborate precautions were taken in the great monasteries on Guru Purnima. Rudrabhishek starts at 7 a.m. after the flag is worshiped in Baghambri Gaddi, the Math in Allapur. Guru Puja takes place from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Afterwards there is a Bhandara from 1 p.m. Similarly, Guru Purnima Mahotsav is celebrated on July 24th at the Devraha Baba Ashram at Triveni Sangam Dam. Chaired by astrologer Dr. Rameshwar Prapannacharya Shastri begin abhishek and worship from 9 o’clock. Only those devotees are allowed to enter the Ashram on Gurupurnima who bring the RTPCR test report from Kovid-19 with them. Swami Anantacharya gave this information. Apart from that, Guru Puja was organized in other monasteries and temples.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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