Buddha purnima – Lord Buddha is considered to be the ninth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Who attained enlightenment under the Bodhi tree at Bodhgaya, a holy pilgrimage place in Bihar on this auspicious date.
he was born on the full moon day of Vaishakh month. Hence this day is called the.
Some people pray to God, chant verses, meditate, fast and remember the teachings of Lord Buddha.
Lord Buddha is an incarnation of Vishnu. The scriptures of Buddhism are recited continuously.
Incense sticks are used in temples and homes. Fruits and flowers are offered to the idol and worshiped by lighting a lamp.
The Bodhi tree is worshipped. Donating on the occasion of Buddha Purnima also has special significance. Many Buddhist temples organize this festival by giving free facilities to the people.
Lord Buddha used to worship Goddess Tara. Siddhartha is the temple of Kali for Hindus.
Gautam Buddha was born on the day of Buddha Purnima, on this day he attained enlightenment and on this day he also attained Mahanirvana.
Devotees meditate, fast and recite sacred texts of Buddhism on this day.
1. Neither happiness nor sorrow is permanent. when bad times come, you have to face it And always seek the light.
2. Letting go of what is not yours will bring you long happiness and benefits.
3. Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intention of throwing it at someone else, it is you who gets burned.
4. A person is responsible for his own good and bad health, That’s why food and routine should be taken care of.