What is The Astrological Importance of Buddha Purnima? Know The Date And Time

 What is The Astrological Importance of Buddha Purnima? Know The Date And Time

The most important festival for Buddhists throughout is Buddha Purnima, often referred to as Vaishakh Purnima. Buddhism's founder, Gautama Buddha, was born, attained enlightenment, and passed away on this fortunate day, which is commemorated with great fervor by Buddhist sects. It is believed that Gautama Buddha's three most significant life events—his birth, enlightenment, and salvation—all take place on the same day of the year. This incident has given the day an immense amount of significance in Buddhism.

In the year 2023, Buddha Purnima will be celebrated on 5th May (Friday). This Buddha Purnima will be very special because a lunar eclipse is taking on the same day. Along with this, a strange combination of planets and constellations is also taking place. Let us know the date and auspicious time of Buddha Purnima.
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Buddha Purnima 2023 Date
The full moon date of Shukla Paksha of Vaishakh month starts: on 04 May, Thursday, night 11: 44 minutes. 
The full moon date of Shukla Paksha of Vaishakh month ends: on May 05, Friday night at 11:03 minutes

What is the Significance of Buddha Jayanti?
For Buddhists around the world, it is a very important day. One of the most well-known and influential spiritual leaders, Gautam Buddha gave up all of his worldly goods and pleasures in order to live a simple and spiritual existence. Buddha fought for the values and doctrine of equality for all. He established Buddhism. The disciples of Buddha believe that via his teachings, they may put an end to their suffering.

What are the Teachings of Lord Buddha?
The Buddhist writings state that Lord Buddha had a number of teachings. However, the Four Noble, which state—, form the foundation of Lord Buddha's primary teachings. 

First Truth: Identifies the presence of suffering. It represents the idea that each birth includes dukkha or pain.

Second Truth: Determines the cause of suffering. This fact emphasizes how attachment, desires, and appetites are the root causes of suffering.

Third Truth:  End of suffering. It implies that achieving salvation or Nirvana can put a stop to suffering.

Fourth Truth: Method for attaining the end of suffering. The Noble Eightfold Path is the name given to these practices.

Worshipping on the day of Buddha Purnima
➡ First of all, wake up before sunrise and clean the house.
➡ Now after taking bath, sprinkle Gangajal on yourself.
➡ Light a lamp in front of the idol of Lord Vishnu in the temple of the house and worship him.
➡ Make a swastika with turmeric, roli, or kumkum, and sprinkle Ganges water at the entrance of the house.
➡ After worship, feed the poor and donate clothes to them.
➡ If there is any bird in your house, then set it free on the day of Buddha Purnima.
➡ After this offer water to the rising moon in the evening.
➡ Light a lamp of sesame oil on this full moon, as well as offer sesame seeds.
➡ During the fast on this day, eat food only at one time.

Astrological Significance of Buddha Purnima
Our online astrologers say— The full moon of Vaishakh month has special significance in Astrology. On this full moon, the Sun is in its exalted sign Aries and the Moon is also in Libra. Therefore, by taking a bath in the water of the holy river at this auspicious time, humans get freedom from the sins of many births. Buddha Purnima is also known as the full moon of Dharmaraja. According to mythological beliefs, Mahatma Buddha is considered to be the ninth incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

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