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Significance of Sharad Poornima


Sharad Poornima is known for dance and celebration. It is the time when devotees feel the presence of the Divine in their life.


This fortnight is the period of the Divine and we do puja every day. Today is the concluding day and also Sharad Poornima/Kojagiri Poornima. Each poornima (full moon) is associated with a very significant event in history. 


Buddha Poornima, the full moon day in the month of Vaishakh (usually falls in April or May) is connected to the birth, enlightenment and attainment of Mahasamadhi by Gautama Buddha.


The next Poornima is dedicated to Rishi Vyasa. Sage Vyasa was the master of both the realms – material as well as spiritual. He knew the ways of the world, and that of the spirit as well. 


Veda Vyasa organised the entire knowledge, and there was no knowledge about which he didn’t know. Guru Poornima is the day on which all the Masters of all the traditions are venerated. The last full moon is dedicated to Anant or infinity. Celebrating infinity – no boundaries – no beginning or end.


This month’s full moon is called Sharad Poornima. The brightest and without any blemish, it is supposed to stay longer too, the full moon of Celebration. 


It is said that Divine dance happened on the day betw

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