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Ashadha or Aashaadha or Aadi is a month of the Hindu calendar that corresponds to June/July in the Gregorian calendar. In India’s national civil calendar, this month is the fourth month of the year, beginning on 22 June and ending on 22 July. In Vedic Jyotish, Āsāṛh begins with the Sun’s entry into Gemini. It is the first of the two months that comprise the monsoon season.
The corresponding month in the Bengali calendar, is the third month.
In lunar religious calendars, Āsāṛh begins on a new moon and is usually the fourth month of the year.
Rath Yatra is held on month of Asadha every year in [Puri], Odisha dedicated to Lord Jagannath.
Guru Purnima, a festival dedicated to the Guru, is celebrated on the Purnima (Full Moon) day of the month. Prior to it Shayani Ekadashi, is observed on the eleventh lunar day (Ekadashi) of the bright fortnight (Shukla paksha). “Aadi amavasai” is an important festival in Tamil Nadu and auspicious for Amman.
In many parts of Nepal, the arrival of monsoon marks a special time for cultivating rice. This occasion starts with farmers, men and women, planting rice (Nepali: राेपाइं) while singing plantation songs. The farmers then participate in the mud festival, throwing mud at each other and welcoming the monsoon season. The festival ends with people sharing “dahi chiura (Nepali: दही चिउरा)” (literally “beaten rice with curds”) with each other.
The Ashadh Pournima will start at 11:33 am on Saturday, July 4, 2020 and will end at 10:13 am on Sunday, July 5, 2020. According to the Indian calendar, Gurupournima will be celebrated on July 5, 2020, as it is the date of sunrise. Gurupournima has been celebrated in Indian culture since ancient times. The Gurukul method was common in the past. It is said that Gurupournima was celebrated to give Gurudakshina before returning home after receiving enlightenment from the Guru.
Every year the full moon of the month of Ashadh is celebrated as Jupiter full moon. The Guru worships the Guru on the full moon. In India, this festival is celebrated with great reverence. In ancient times, disciples used to receive free education in the Guru’s ashram, but on this day they used to worship their Guru with full faith. On this day, not only the Guru, but also the elders of the family like parents, brothers and sisters are considered as Gurusam and blessings are taken from them.
Vyasa Purnima Worshiping the Gurus on Vyasa Purnima has special significance. Tell that it is also important to worship gurus because by their grace a person can achieve anything. Without gurus, no person can attain knowledge. Due to this, the gurus have a higher status than God. In olden times, the students living in Gurukul used to worship their gurus specially on the occasion of Vyasa Purnima. Every year Vyasa Purnima comes in the rainy season. This season is considered very good because during this time there is neither too much cold nor heat. On this day, not only the Guru but the blessings of his elders like parents, siblings etc. are taken at home.
Vyasa Purnima – On the day of Vyasa Purnima, wake up early in the morning and bathe and wear clean clothes later.
After this, by laying white cloth on a post in the temple of the house, make 12-12 lines on it and make Vyas-Peeth.
– After this, chant the mantra “Gurpuranparasiddhyayartham Vyaspujan Karishye”
– After this worship your Guru or his photo.
– If you are in front of the gurus, then first wash their feet. Apply tilak to them and offer flowers.
Now give them food.
– After giving Dakshina, touch their feet and send them off.
If you want, you can also worship a person whom you consider your guru on this day.