To students of Vedanta, the Guru is the embodiment of their goal. The Guru is nothing but pure Consciousness, absolute Bliss, and eternal Wisdom. Anyone who can elicit a continual feeling of faith and devotion in us is our Guru. If we expect a Guru to transform us to Godhood by a touch, we shall wait in vain.
Self redemption must come ultimately from ourselves. The external props, such as temples, idols and gurus, are all encouragements and aids. They must be intelligently used to help build up inner perfection.» Read more
You must have seen the beautiful sight of young Lord Krishna playing His flute. Even when He is not playing it, it is safely tucked in His waist band, never leaving Him. Be at play with the gopa boys or minding the cows or picnicking by the Jamuna river, He keeps His flute always by His side.
Do you know what Lord Krishna’s flute stands for?
The flute in Lord Krishna’s divine hands stands for each one of us.
The flute has eight holes, using which divine music is brought out by the player.» Read more
About Lord Siva
Lord Siva is the oldest form of God known to mankind. Archaeological surveys across the globe have discovered various symbols of Lord Siva like the Lingam and the Trishulam in various countries.» Read more