Welcome to Short Poems On Guru Purnima Festival. There are three Short Poems On Guru Purnima festival related to different aspects. The titles of three short poems are – a) Hey! Guru, b) Guru and c) Guru Purnima Festival.

These poems highlight the importance of Guru in Indian society. Basically, these poems are written to honour the Gurus on the auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima or Vyasa Purnima. This year Guru Purnima Festival will be celebrated on 21st July 2021.

Yes, Guru Purnima is a famous Hindu Festival. According to Hindu calender, it is observed on the full moon day in the month of Ashadha. And this festival is also celebrated by Buddhists and Jains.

Let us enjoy the poems…


Hey! Guru…

You are the dispeller of darkness

You shape the life of students

You make the life of disciples

And always guide for betterment and wellness for all.

You give knowledge as a teacher

You show right path to lead a life better

Hey! Guru…

You help us to enlighten our life

You guide us to lead a prosperous life

Hey! Guru…

Always you occupy a very important place in our life.


We worship Guru, we respect Guru

Guru is a mentor, guide, expert or master

He is a specialist in some field and an educator

Many mythological stories declare some Gods as Gurus

Lord Shiva, Lord Krishna and Shri Ram are considered as Gurus

Ved Vyas, Gautam Buddha and Mahavira are also our Guru

All these Gurus have guided the world towards knowledge, wisdom and peace

We all pay our respect to all spiritual Gurus and Masters and all academic Gurus

With their help, guidance, care, concern and direction

We all become better human-beings

We all can never forget you

Because of you, we lead a fulfilled life

You always encourage us to make this world a better place to live.



Our mother is the first Guru

Then, we have many Gurus as we grow

Yes, we all are the product of our teachers or Gurus

On Guru Purnima, one of the most auspicious days in the Hindu calender

We offer Puja(worship) or pay respect to all Gurus.

Guru Purnima falls on the full moon day(Purnima) in Aasaadh month

Hindus, Buddhists and Jains celebrate this as a festival

It is celebrated in India, Nepal and Bhutan

This is celebrated in the sacred memory of great sage Vyasa

Saint Vyasa has compiled the four Vedas

Wrote 18 Puranas, the Mahabharata and the Srimad Bhagavata

This auspicious day is also called as Vyasa Purnima

All Gurus present and past are remembered and worshiped

For a successful and great life

To go on getting their blessings throughout our life.


The Festival of Guru Purnima , which is also called as Vyasa Purnima is celebrated in the sacred memory of the great ancient sage Vyasa. He compiled the four Vedas. He also wrote 18 Puranas, the Mahabharata and the Srimad Bhagavata.

The Buddhists community celebrate this day to honour their leader Lord Buddha. On the day of Guru Purnima, Lord Buddha delivered his first session at Sarnath. Actually, he migrated from Bodh Gaya with his 5 disciples.

The Jain community pay veneration Lord Mahavira (24th Tirthankara) , who became a Guru to his first disciple named Gautam Swami. Therefore, this day is celebrated to pay respect to the teachers and Gurus of the individuals.


It can be concluded that Gurus and Teachers have been given an important position or special place in the Indian society. They are kept in high pedestal and even occupy a higher position than the Gods. They are the most respected persons.

Gurus have been given a lot of importance by the Indian society. They have lot of followers and disciples. The Gurus have been existing since ancient times.

We consider our parents and mostly the mother as our first guru. Generally, guru is the person whose opinions we admire and respect or we follow the ideas .

Hope, this post with three poems and useful facts on Guru Purnima has helped you to appreciate and understand this properly.

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