Guru Purnima is celebrated annually on the full moon day in the month of Ashadha

As per Hindu customs, this day is observed to honour the spiritual gurus or teachers for guiding us.


The origins of Guru Purnima can be found in the Vedic period.

The event is observed by Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists as a way to show gratitude toward the gurus.

Guru Purnima is regarded as an auspicious occasion for Buddhists.

It is believed that on this day Lord Buddha gave a sermon.

It is also recognized as Vyasa Purnima because this is the day when Mahabharata’s author, Ved Vyasa, was born.

In today’s time, teachers have the greatest influence on students’ lives.