Thursday, January 21, 2016

Sadguru Srimad Sudheendra Theertha.

Our Beloved Dhrama Guru ....
A Sage who will live in our heart forever.


Sahasra Koti Pranams at the Lotus Feet of Our beloved Guru ….. 
Sadguru Srimad Sudheendra Theertha.
Shree Kashimath Samsthan (Varanasi).
31.03.1926 - 17.01.2016


GURUR BRAHMA, 
GURUR VISHNU, 
GURUR DEVO MAHESHWARAH 
GURUR SAAKSHAAT PARA-BRAHMA, 
TASMAI SHRI GURUVE NAMAH. 


Summary of the Mantra : The Guru is Brahma (The God of Creation) The Guru is Vishnu (The God of Sustenance) The Guru is Shiva (The God of Annihilation) My Salutation to such a Guru, who is verily the Supreme God 


The Guru Gita (verse 17) aptly describes the guru as “dispeller of darkness” (from gu, “darkness” and ru, “that which dispels”). A true, God-illumined guru is one who, in his attainment of self-mastery, has realized his identity with the omnipresent Spirit. Such a one is uniquely qualified to lead the seeker on his or her inward journey toward perfection.


“Only a master, one who knows God, may rightly teach others about Him. To regain one’s divinity one must have such a master or guru. He who faithfully follows a true guru becomes like him, for the guru helps to elevate the disciple to his own level of realization.” 


The guru-disciple relationship is the highest expression of friendship, for it is based on unconditional divine love and wisdom. It is the loftiest and most sacred of all relationships. 


“The purpose of the guru is not to weaken one’s will. It is to teach us secrets of developing our inner power, until we stand unshaken amidst the crash of breaking worlds.”


Guru is not only a physical form, but Guru is energy, the medium through which jnana or knowledge flows to the shishya or disciple. Guru takes full responsibility of the disciple, monitors him every second. Guru literally carries the disciples on the journey of evolution.


A guru needs nothing from you; it is you who need him the most. He is a mirror that will show you your true self and help you elevate yourself.


That is why we celebrate Guru Poornima. Guru Poornima is the day to feel grateful for the great knowledge we have received from our Master, our Guru.


The Guru appears in everybody’s life, such as Shri Krishna for Arjuna, Shri Ramkrishna Paramhansa for Swami Vivekanand, Samarth Ramdas Swami for Shivaji Maharaj and so on.


We GSB’s of Kashi Matt Samstan will always remain indebted to our “Sadguru Srimad Sudheendra Theertha” for leading us on the Journey of Evolution. 



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