Guru Purnima

Guru and Purnima are the two words that signifies the the ultimate human endeavours. The Guru is the remover of the darkness by ushering in the light of knowledge. Guru Purnima is also celebrated as Vyasa Purnima. Sage Vyasa authored the great epic Mahabharata, Vedanta Darshana and also compiled four Vedas. The Guru imparts two distinct streams of knowledge to disciple, Para Vidya (material science ) and Apara Vidya( spiritual science). Guru Purnima has a spiritual significance, it is a day to express gratitude to the Guru. Astronomically, it is also said to be the brightest moon of the year. According to yoga Darshana God is the very First Guru of all the gurus. On this auspicious day DAV Public School, Bangalore, expresses its gratitude to all the the Great Gurus and all the Teachers who are on the path of becoming Guru.
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