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Buddha Purnima 2020

Buddha Purnima will be on 7th May 2020, Thursday, and its holiday for banks. Every govt office will be closed.

Buddha Purnima 2020 tithi starts from – evening-7:50pm on 6th May and ends at – afternoon 4:16 pm on 7th May.

Budh Purnima

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Buddha Purnima is a holiday celebrated in many states. People celebrate the birth of Prince Siddhartha Gautama, also known as Gautama Buddha.and, also known as the founder of Buddhism. Sikkim, Ladakh, Arunachal Pradesh, Bodhgaya, these parts of India have many Budha followers, so in these places, the celebration is massive and also in some parts of North Bengal like Kalimpong, Darjeeling, and Maharashtra. Another name for it is Vesak Purnima. On this day, Chandra{moon} has so much energy in it that it affects the human brain. It is assumed that Chandrama has the power to control the mind.-Budhha Purnima

How it is celebrated-Buddha Purnima

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People wear the usual white dress and altogether avoid non-vegetarian food. People on Budh Purnima visit temples and listen to monk’s giving lessons of Buddha, they recite ancient verses. Some temples have small statues of Buddha. The figure is in a besan with water with our visitors pour water over the sculptures, which symbolizes a pure and new beginning. Monks gave icons a holy bath with holy water and worshipped with flowers, incense, fruits, and candles. People take part in group meditation, head monk spreads the teaching of the Buddha, how Gautam Budha served people, and helped people.

Top travel destination for Budh Purnima

  1. Indonesia 
  2. Thailand
  3. Nepal
  4. Japan
  5. Malaysia 
  6. Tibet

How we should celebrate-Buddha Purnima

Buddha Purnima 2020-Buddhism Followers begin the rituals by visiting holy places such as- Monasteries and Buddha Temples nearby where they discern a longer- full-length Buddhist sutra.

  • They firmly dressed up in white clothes and offered prayers to the lord with purest of feelings in their hearts.
  • People serve Vegetarian food to poor people, and especially on this day, non-vegetarian food not eaten. People prefer ‘Kheer’ to serve as Prasada to practitioners.
  • Devotees get themselves involve in the celebrations by listening sermons, stories, preaching’s, etc. from the Holy Buddhist Scriptures.
  • Everyone distributes clothes, money, gifts, and other useful products to the necessitous and also offers food to the priests and needful.
  • Spiritual music, Aarti, devotional songs, read Buddhist Holy Scriptures, and engage themselves in religious speeches and discussion.
  • People participate in various meditation operations and Yoga Retreats for inner satisfaction and self-improvement.
  • Carcades and numerous processions are out in the local streets and roads with a Buddha Statue on the chariots on the Purnima.

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