Guru and God both appear before me. To whom should I prostrate? I bow before Guru who introduced God to me. –Kabir
It is my great fortune that I found Satguru, all my doubts are removed. I bow before Guru. Guru’s glory is greater than God’s. -Brahmanand
Guru is Shiva without his three eyes, Vishnu without his four arms Brahma without his four heads. He is parama Shiva himself in human form. -Brahmanda Purana
In Sanskrit, “gu” means darkness, and “ru” means one who removes. So, a “guru” is one who removes your darkness. It is one whose mere presence emanates so much light, so much love, so much divinity, that every darkness within you is alchemically changed into light. And there is no darkness too dark for a guru. Their light can shine through and transform even the darkest darkness. Even the darkness of midnight would last but a second if the sun decided to rise 6 hours early. This is the power a guru has.
The full moon day in the Hindu month of Ashad (July-August) is observed as the auspicious day of Guru Purnima, a day sacred to the memory of the great sage Vyasa. All Hindus are indebted to this ancient saint who edited the four Vedas, wrote the 18 Puranas, the Mahabharata and the Srimad Bhagavata. Vyasa even taught Dattatreya, who is regarded as the Guru of Gurus.
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