Importance of Guru

Everyone needs a guide for their life, who should inspire us to follow the good path with a good rite. Our first teachers are parents who bring us into this world. Whose education works everywhere in our life and guides our life.Everyone needs a guide for their life, who should inspire us to follow the good path with a good rite. Our first teachers are parents who bring us into this world. Whose education works everywhere in our life and guides our life.

The Guru will not only help you in your spiritual journey, but will also guide you in your household life, he will give you intuition powers to decide what is good for your life and what is bad. He will give you powers to decide which path will benefit your soul and will guide you which path to avoid.

The word “Guru” is a Sanskrit word. “A person imparting spiritual and worldly knowledge is called a Guru.” After parents, it is the Guru who helps us to move towards positivity without any discrimination and selflessness and keeps us from negativity. Our poets and litterateurs have told about the glory of Guru in our lives in different languages.

Guru’s place in Sanskrit language is also mentioned above Bhagavan, because interviewing Bhagavan is possible only through Guru. It is also said in Sanskrit,

“Gururbrahma Gruurvishnu: Gururdevo Maheshwara. Guru: Sakshat parbrahma Tasmai Shri Gurve Namah.”

That is to say, “Guru is Lord Brahma, Guru is Lord Vishnu and Guru is Lord Mahesh (Shankar), Guru is a true Parabrahma, that’s why I bow to my Guru.”

“Vinayphalam Shushrusha Guru Shushrusha film Shrutham Gyanam. Gyanasya falam virti, virtifalam chaashrav nirodh: “

That is, “the fruit of humility is seva, the fruit of guru seva is knowledge, the fruit of knowledge is virakti (stability), and the fruit of stability is ashrava nirodha (liberation of bondage and salvation).”

Dugdhen Dhenu: Kusmen Valli Sheelan Bharatya Kamalen Toyam. Guru Vina Bhati Na Chaiv shishya: Shamen Vidya Nagari Janen.

That is, “Just like a cow without milk, a vine without a flower, a wife without a character, a water without a lotus, a knowledge without peace, and a city without people do not adorn, likewise a Guru does not grace a disciple.” Read More…

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