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Guru Poornima – 2018

Guru Poornima is an important date in the Hindu, Jain and Buddhist calendar as ot s the date in which the Guru, the spiritual guide and teacher is remembered with love and gratitude. The guru is the one who, through their own direct experience may teach and lead a spiritual aspirant along the path to right living and enlightenment. Buddhists usually offer the day to the Lord Buddha, Hindus may offer it to their personal spiritual guide and/or the legendary guru Vyasa, traditionally attributed to be the writer of many of the great works on Hindu spirituality. Members of the Sathya Sai organisations honour Sathya Sai Baba on this day for the love, guidance and wisdom He has given them.

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Guru Poornima – Sunday, 9 July 2017

Guru Poornima is a Hindu, Jain and Buddhist holy day devoted to honouring the Guru, the spiritual guide and teacher who removes the darkness of ignorance replacing it with the light of wisdom – the wisdom of the true pursuit of humanity. Buddhists usually offer the day to the Lord Buddha, Hindus may offer it to their personal spiritual guide and/or the legendary guru Vyasa, traditionally attributed to be the writer of many of the great works on Hindu spirituality. Members of the Sathya Sai organisations honour Sathya Sai Baba on this day for the love, guidance and wisdom He has given them.

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New South Wales: Guru Poornima Service Fact Sheet

gpofferingThe Sai Devotees of NSW undertakes a humble offering of love to Sathya Sai and to Society with a range of service activities in celebration of Guru Poornima, the festival of the Guru. The service activities include tree planting, Children’s Day at the House of Welcome, a food drive and a number of nursing home visits.

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God as Guru and Guide

sai-netraGuru Poornima is celebrated in the lunar month of Ashad (July) on the full moon day (Poornima) as a day dedicated to the Guru (spiritual teacher). However, Bhagawan Sathya Sai Baba formally revived this ancient tradition of honoring the Guru in 1956 as an important spiritual festival to be celebrated by all aspirants.

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Western Australia: Guru Poornima Celebrations

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On the evening of Tuesday 19 July, the WA Region lovingly welcome all to join one of the most auspicious events of the year, Guru Poornima! The event for our dearest Sathya Sai, will be marked by a performance offering by the Sai Youth of WA, devotional singing and preceded by a light meal (will be provided in a pack).

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Guru Poornima Celebrations Prasanthi Nilayam

saibabaGuru Poornima is a day dedicated to honouring the guru. The Guru Principle is said to be a thousand times more active on the day of Guru poornima than on any other day. The word guru is derived from two words, gu and ru. The Sanskrit root gu means darkness or ignorance, and ru denotes the remover of that darkness. Therefore, a guru is one who removes the darkness of our ignorance. Guru Poornima will be observed in Prashanti Nilayam, along with the Sathya Sai World Youth Festival.

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ACT Region: Birthing Kits Service

abkTo mark the auspicious day of Guru Poornima, the devotees of the ACT region will humbly offer a service activity on 10 July 2016 and a Devotional Programme on 24 July 2016 to our beloved Sathya Sai.

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Canberra – Guru Poornima

act-saiTo mark this auspicious day of Guru Poornima, the ACT region will humbly offer a Service Activity on the 10 July 2016 and a Devotional Programme on the 24 July 2016 to our beloved Sathya Sai.

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