The worldly life is of father-son, mother-son or daughter,
wife-husband, etc., relationships. Also to be found in the worldly
life is the delicate guru-disciple relationship. It is a
relationship in which, after surrendering to the guru, the disciple
remains sincere to him for the rest of his life, and increasing his
param vinay (absolute humility) for his guru, he abides by
his instructions and attains the ultimate special spiritual siddhi
(energy; power). This book puts forth a beautiful description of
what constitutes an ideal guru as well as an ideal disciple.
Currently many different beliefs about a guru are prevalent and
hence people become very confused about how to find the right guru.
Perplexing questions on this matter have been asked to the Gnani Purush
Dadashri , and He has given answers to the point of total
satisfaction of the questioner.
According to common knowledge, people consider a guru, a
satguru and a Gnani as one and same, whereas here
in this book, Dadashri gives us a clear distinction between the
With the aim and the vision that both guru and his disciple can
go forth on the path of liberation, Dadashri, who while moving
around in the supreme spiritual state as the Gnani, gives various
visions and understanding regarding the guru disciple