Best Gurudakshina-Participating in the Mission to Reinstate Dharma!


Best Gurudakshina – Participating in the
Mission of Bhagawan Shrikrushna to reinstate Dharma !
The Best Gurudakshina as per the times is to be proactive in Shrikrushna’s mission of reinstating Dharma. Guru is the one who imparts knowledge on the soul Principle. The sole mission of the Guru is to make the life of His disciple auspicious – to bring about his spiritual progress and emancipate mankind spiritually through Dnyanshakti (Energy of Knowledge). The twin objectives of achieving spiritual progress through individual sadhana (Spiritual practice) and spreading the Dnyanshakti in Hindu Dharma (meaning, spreading Spirituality), are very important for those who wish to become good disciples.
Bhagawan Shrikrushna is the Jagadguru (Guru of the world) because He narrated the supreme doctrine of Dharma in the Gita.
Gita is the best symbol of Dnyanshakti in Hindu Dharma. In the Mahabharat war, the Guru Shrikrushna told the disciple Arjun clearly that fighting for the protection of Dharma amounts to abiding by Dharma.
The promise of Jagadguru Shrikrushna mentioned in the Gita – ‘To protect the pious and to annihilate the evildoers as well as to reinstate Dharma, I Incarnate era after era’ – not only emphasises the importance of His mission, but also gives direction on what the Guru-disciple tradition should do when Dharma is on the decline. Guru-disciple pair of Shrikrushna-Arjun has set an ideal before the Hindu society on reinstatement of Dharma.
Following this ideal of reinstating Dharma, many Guru-disciple pairs worked towards accomplishing this in various eras.
To name a few – Arya Chanakya and Chandragupta, Vidyaranya Swami and Hariharrai, Samartha Ramdas Swami and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.
To sum up, when Dharma faces decline and adharma (Unrighteousness) grows unabatedly, it becomes important for the Guru-disciple tradition to protect the sattvik Hindus and human beings, to annihilate the evil tendencies and to reinstate Dharma (Righteousness) as a part of their sadhana.
Today too, Dharma is on the decline. In the self-materialised ‘Hindu Nation’ like Bharat, Hindu Dharma and its followers are facing extinction. Therefore, it has become imperative to establish the Dharma-based‘Hindu Nation’. Unless this happens, mankind cannot be emancipated spiritually.
Gurupournima is the day to express gratitude unto the Guru. Instead of expressing gratitude for just a day, participating in the mission as expected by the Guru consistently the entire year would be real gratitude.
The best Gurudakshina (Offering to the Guru) a disciple can give is to become proactive in the mission of establishing the ‘Hindu Nation’ as a part of his sadhana (Spiritual practice).
– Paratpar Guru His Holiness Dr. Jayant Balaji Athavale



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