- Nation celebrated Guru Purnima on July 5
- Amitabh Bachchan posted a photo of him and his father
- Randeep Hooda dedicated his post to Naseeruddin Shah
Celebrating Guru Purnima this year, celebrities filled their social media pages with comforting messages for their mentors. Amitabh Bachchan and Sanjay Dutt were among the first to post million dollar pictures of themselves and their parents, whom they called their “teachers” in their posts. Big B shared a black and white image of himself sitting next to his father, the poet Harivansh Rai Bachchan, and wrote: “The poet Kabir says that the individual is blinded if he ignores or does not believe to the guru; because if the Lord is upset, then the guru gives comfort, but when the guru is upset, there is no comforting comfort, no other way … without the guru, there is no has no knowledge; without knowledge there is no sacrament. “
“Without sacrament, no culture; without culture, no conduct; without conduct, no respect; without respect, no humanity. Greetings to Guru Purnima … my deference to the feet of my guru”, he said. he says. added.
Sanjay Dutt shared a photo of himself and his parents – actors Sunil Dutt and actress Nargis – and shared a touching message for them. He wrote, “Even though my parents are not here with me today, but their blessings and teachings will always remain with me. They were my very first teachers, guiding every step of my life. Happy Guru Purnima to all.”
Actor Randeep Hooda, known for his performances in films such as Sarbjit, Highway and Laal Rang, devoted his post Guru Purnima to his Monsoon wedding co-star Naseeruddin Shah.
Padmini Kolhapure and Dia Mirza also shared special articles on Guru Purnima on social media.
To all these wonderful beings who enrich our lives with their wisdom and compassion. To all our teachers, to those who teach without knowing it, to those from whom we seek to learn, #HappyGuruPoornimapic.twitter.com/sJXiUtJr29
– Dia Mirza (@deespeak) July 5, 2020
India celebrated Guru Purnima on July 5 this year. The festival aims to honor teachers who have dedicated their lives to enlightening people. The word “gu” means darkness and “ru” means the elimination of darkness. Thus, “guru” is supposed to be someone who removes all obscurity from our life and guides us on the right path. This day marks the first peak of the lunar cycle after the peak of the solar cycle.