Sri Guru Gita: Resources
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Sri Guru Gita is a Hindu scripture of 216 verses, authored by the sage, Vyasa. It describes a conversation between Lord Shiva and his wife, the Goddess Parvati, in which she asks him to teach her about the Guru. Shiva answers her by describing the Guru principle, the proper ways of worshiping the Guru and the methods and benefits of repeating Sri Guru Gita.
This website is dedicated to the Guru principle and to all the Satgurus who have walked the earth and illumined it by their divine presence. A Satguru is one who embodies the Guru principle, which is the light that dispels the darkness enabling a disciple to discover his or her True Self.
The chanting of Sri Guru Gita, along with other devotional practices of Gurubhakti Yoga, lie at the heart of the ancient Vedic tradition. We have compiled various teachings, practices, chants and scriptures, as well as other inspiring stories and videos of the great Satgurus. We hope these will inspire you on your path toward spiritual liberation.
I surrender to Thee, O adorable Lord,
Supreme teacher of the Universe
Eternally pure, O highest God,
Please teach me of the Satguru.
-Sri Guru Gita
This website is humbly and lovingly offered by devotees to our Satguru, Sri Swami Satchidananda in honor of his 95th birth anniversary, 22 December 2009. OM Shanti.