The day of ‘Guru purnima’ is an important day in Hindu culture and the day to offer gratitude to one’s Guru. Arjuna with the blessings of Sree Krushna, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj with the blessings of Saint Tukaram and Samartha Ramdas Swami re-established and built righteous kingdom. This shows the significance of the tradition of Guru-Disciple (Guru-Shishya Paramparaa). Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) dedicated itself to the mission of ‘Dharmajagruti’ from 2002. It has been striving incessantly to serve the Divine mission of upliftment of the individual as well as the society since their inception. Participating in the activities of these organisations by donating wealth or time would amount to truly serving the Guru’s mission.
The Guru and Disciple
- What is the importance of Guru?
- What is a guru and How to Find Him?
- The Guru-disciple relationship
- Difference between Guru and Teacher – Is ‘Guru’ superior to...
- Qualities of a disciple
- Spiritual disciplines in Disciple’s life
- Guru Shishya relationship and How one should behave with the...
- Disciples and gurubrethren (Guru-brothers / Guru bandhu)
Stories of Gurus and disciples
- The obedient disciple!
One day, Guru Nanakji called his disciple and asked him to build a platform. The...
- Focus leads to success
Dronacharya was the Guru for the Kauravas and Pandavas. Dronacharya taught them archery. His disciples...
- Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s devotion for his Guru
Samartha ramdas swami used to love Shivaji maharaj more than other of his disciples. The...
- The story of disciple Kalyan Swami
Many disciples have attained spiritual progress by displaying complete obedience to their Guru. Kalyan Swami...