Buddha Purnima Wishes: Inspiring Quotes and Wishes for Buddha Purnima 2024

Buddha Purnima 2024 is an annual event celebrated during the first full moon of the Hindu month of Vaishakha.

Buddha Purnima Wishes: The Buddhist Purnima, also known as Buddha Jayanti or Vesak, is a festival that is celebrated annually during the first full moon of the month of Vaishakha on the Hindu calendar. Other names for this festival include Vesak and Buddha Jayanti.

Lord Gautam Buddha, also known as Prince Siddhartha Gautam, was born in Lumbini, which is located in what is now Nepal, around the year 563 B.C.; today is the anniversary of his birth. Everywhere in the world, Buddhists celebrate this day with great enthusiasm.

According to the Gregorian calendar, Buddha Purnima occurs in April or May; people are scheduled to observe it on May 5 (Friday) this year. According to Drik Panchang, the Purnima Tithi begins at 04:14 AM on May 5, 2024, and ends at 03:33 AM on May 6, 2024.

Wishes for Buddha Purnima 2024

  1. Let us gather on this historic occasion to honor and contemplate Lord Buddha’s teachings. Wishing you a happy 2024 Buddha Purnima!
  2. Lord Buddha’s teachings should guide us through life. Have a happy 2024 Buddha Purnima!
  3. Our family wishes you Buddha Purnima blessings.
  4. I wish you success and Buddha’s protection in anything you do. Hello, Buddha Purusha 2024!
  5. May Lord Buddha provide you and your family health, fortune, wisdom, and compassion. Good luck with the 2024 Buddha Purnima!

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Quotes of Buddha

  1. “Express only sentimental discourse that is well-received. “When it does not cause harm to others, speech is a pleasant thing.”
  2. “Follow the counsel of a sagacious critic who will point out your shortcomings as you would a guide to concealed treasure.”
  3. “The greatest misery in the world resides in one’s separateness; the world’s true strength resides in compassion.”
  4. “This is the eternal rule: hatred does not cease by hatred; it only ceases by love.”
  5. “Anger will persist in the mind as long as resentful thoughts are entertained.” Anger will vanish as quickly as one forgets about harboring resentment.

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