“To live a pure unselfish life, one must count nothing as one’s own in the midst of abundance.”
-Buddha

Buddha Purnima is the most sacred festival of Buddhism. It is widely celebrated in India and other Asian countries. The enlightenment and Nirvana of Gautama Buddha are remembered on the eve of Buddha Purnima.

On Buddha Purnima, also known as Vesak or Vaisakha Purnima, many people in India celebrate by honoring the Buddha. People visit Buddhist temples to make offerings to the Lord Buddha statue. In India, the Purnima night is considered as auspicious night.

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