Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima celebrates the human ability to rise beyond physical nature, and the Greatness of Adiyogi, who made this possible. – Sadhguru

Guru Purnima


Importance & Significance of Guru Purnima

The day of Guru Purnima is traditionally the time when seekers offer the Guru their gratitude and receive his blessings. Guru Purnima is also considered an especially beneficial day to practice yogic sadhana and meditation.

Prepare yourself for Guru Purnima

6:20 – 6:30 PM : Guru Paduka Stotram (Listen & download for free)

6:30 PM : Watch the Live Webstream

After the Webstream for 10 minutes: Brahmananda Svarupa Chanting (Listen & download for free)

To stay in touch with Sadhguru, download Sadhguru App

Guru Purnima is the full moon day that comes immediately after the summer solstice – an especially auspicious day for meditation and sadhana, and even more so to spend time within a consecrated space to become more receptive to the Guru’s grace.

About the celebration

  • Make special Trigun offering
  • Guru Pooja and aarti
  • Live music
  • Video discourse from Sadhguru
  • Meditation in the Abode until Midnight

All are welcome to spend this day and evening at Adiyogi: the Abode of Yoga at the Isha Institute in Tennessee.

This celebration is open to anyone, free of charge.

Schedule for celebration at the Isha Institute

6:00pm – Assemble at Abode of Yoga for special aarti

6:20pm-7:15pm – aarti, live music, opening video discourse by Sadhguru

7:30 pm – 8:30 PM – Dinner

12:00 am – Closing aarti

Abode will be open throughout the day and night for Trigun and other offerings

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Annadanam And Offerings

Individuals and families can make an offering of certain materials (e.g., flowers, neem) that would be needed for the Guru Purnima celebration. For those who are unable to attend the event in-person, these offerings allow you to touch the life of a loved one by making an offering on their behalf.
One can also offer food to those joining the Guru Purnima celebration at the Isha Institute in one’s own name or in honor of another. Traditionally this is known as Annadanam.
The tradition of making a sacred offering is an important part of Guru Purnima allowing this auspicious occasion to be available to all.


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