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Buddha Day, also known as Vesak or Buddha Jayanti, is an annual holiday celebrated by Buddhists around the world to commemorate the birth, enlightenment, and death of Gautama Buddha. The holiday usually falls in May, on the full moon day of the lunar month of Vesakha. Buddha's Birthday or "'Buddha Day"' is a Buddhist festival observed in East & South Asia commemorating the birth of the Prince Siddhartha Gautama, who was later called Gautama Buddha, founder of Buddhism.

Buddha Day is considered one of the most important Buddhist holidays and is celebrated with various rituals and ceremonies, including chanting, meditation, and the giving of offerings. Buddhists may also decorate temples and homes with flowers and lights to honor the Buddha.

The holiday has different meanings and traditions depending on the country and culture in which it is celebrated. In some places, it is a time for pilgrimage to Buddhist temples and shrines, while in others it is a time for community service and acts of kindness.

Regardless of how it is celebrated, Buddha Day is a time for Buddhists to reflect on the teachings of the Buddha and the path towards enlightenment. It is a time for renewal, purification, and spiritual growth, and a reminder of the Buddha's compassion and wisdom.

3 vital things :- how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.


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Buddha Day, also known as Vesak or Buddha Jayanti, is an annual holiday celebrated by Buddhists around the world to commemorate the birth, enlightenment, and death of Gautama Buddha. The holiday usually falls in May, on the full moon day of the lunar month of Vesakha. Buddha's Birthday or "'Buddha Day"' is a Buddhist festival observed in East & South Asia commemorating the birth of the Prince Siddhartha Gautama, who was later called Gautama Buddha, founder of Buddhism.

Buddha Day is considered one of the most important Buddhist holidays and is celebrated with various rituals and ceremonies, including chanting, meditation, and the giving of offerings. Buddhists may also decorate temples and homes with flowers and lights to honor the Buddha.

The holiday has different meanings and traditions depending on the country and culture in which it is celebrated. In some places, it is a time for pilgrimage to Buddhist temples and shrines, while in others it is a time for community service and acts of kindness.

Regardless of how it is celebrated, Buddha Day is a time for Buddhists to reflect on the teachings of the Buddha and the path towards enlightenment. It is a time for renewal, purification, and spiritual growth, and a reminder of the Buddha's compassion and wisdom.

3 vital things :- how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.


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Sharing and kindnes are good ways to celebrate
 
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