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Buddha Poornima 2015 Date

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Buddha Purnima is also called as Buddha Jayanti, Vesak, Vaishaka and Buddha’s Birthday. Buddha Poornima falls on the day of the full moon day in May i.e., Purnima day of May month. Buddha Purnima is celebrated in Vaishaka Maas (April or May) on account of Gautama Buddha's birth anniversary. Buddha Purnima is celebrated on Monday May 4th, in 2015. In North India Buddha is considered as the 9th avatar (incarnation) and Lord Krishna as the 8th avatar (incarnation) of Lord Vishnu. Buddha Purnima is a gazetted holiday in India mostly Banks and Post offices will be off.

Procedure on Buddha Purnima:

In Gautama Buddha Temples The statue is placed in a basin filled with water and decorated with flowers. On the auspicious day of Buddha Purnima people will woke up early in the morning and complete their routine activities and visit Lord Buddha Temples. Visitors pour water over the statue in temples, This symbolizes a pure and new beginning. Caged animals are bought and set free to display care for all living creatures, as preached by Buddha. Buddhists wear white dresses and spend their day in meditation. Devotees lay offerings of flowers and candle lights at the feet of their great teacher. This, in a way symbolizes the brevity of human life. Gautama Buddha was a spiritual teacher in India. Many scholars are uncertain when he lived. It is believed that Buddha was born at some time between sixth and fourth centuries BC. Buddha died in BC 483 at the age of 80 at Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh.

Buddha Poornima 2015 Date

All the devotees say the hymns of the Triple Gem: Buddha, Sangha and Dharma.

"Buddam Sharanam Gaccahmi

 Sangam Sharanam Gaccahmi

 Dharmam Sharanam Gaccahmi"

Buddha was an influential spiritual teacher during and after his lifetime. Buddha means “enlightened one” – someone who is completely free from all emotions of life and mental obstructions. As Gautama Buddha said satisfaction in life will be more than the money. According to the Buddhism, sorrow and desire are the main cause of all the evil and suffering of this world.

About Gautama Buddha:

As the story of Gautama Buddha he is the son of King Sudhodhana and Mahamaya in Lumbini Vanam, Nepal 563 BC. King named him as Siddhartha, He is different from other people from his child hood. So King asked astrologers about the Prince they answered he will be a great Saint one day. Then King did marriage of Siddhartha at younger age at 19yr with a beautiful princess named Yashodara. And few years after they had a son Rahul. But Prince Siddhartha was not interested in worldly desires. At the age of 29 years Prince Siddhartha left his wife, son Rahul and Kingdom. He went into Jungle and started Tapas. He sat under a banyan tree after it named as Bodhi tree. Though Buddhism originated in India, the religion has spread in places around the world such as Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia and Tibet. Buddha decided to get moksha after four incidents he saw they are 1) Oldman 2) patient 3) Dead Body and 4) Saint.

Gautama Buddha Spirituals :

1 World is full of sadness or Sorrow
2 Sadness because of desires
3 to get rid of sadness desires should be stoped
4 to stop desires need to follow eight ways

The Eight ways are

1 Samyak Drusti (Means Correct Belief)
2 Samyak Aalochana (Means Correct Desires)
3 Samyak Vakku (Means Correct Truth Speech)
4 Samyak Kriya (Means Good person )
5 Samyak Jivanam (Means Correct Life Style)
6 Samyak Shrama (Means Correct Work)
7 Samyak Nischayam (Means Correct Certainity)
8 Samyak Dhyanam (Means Correct Yoga).

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