Guru vandana is a gesture of showing our thankfulness to our guru, our path way to live our existence with peace and tranquility.
Gurur Brahma Gurur Vishnu Gurur Devo Maheshwara
Gurur Sakshat Parabrahma Tasmai Shree Guruvey Namaha
The Guru is Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Shiva
To that very Guru I bow, for He is the supreme being, right before my eyes
(Om is a mystic syllable, considered the most sacred mantra in Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism.
It appears at the beginning and end of most Sanskrit recitations, prayers, and texts)
There are many ways and methods in which our Guru holds our hands and makes us understand our values and essence in life. Dance is one such a way to express the love to the Guru , one needs to have love for rhythm, gestures, and involvement with the story in it. Kathak is an ancient Indian art form which originates from the north of India. It is one of the oldest dance forms in the world today holding the legacy of traditions and values.
Today we celebrate Guru Poornima. The day brings with it grace. Today is the day when Adi Yogi turn into Adi guru and brought the spiritual process in the world. Today’s day reinforces in us that if we are willing to strive every door in the existence opens for us.
Guru Poornima is a beautiful occasion it gives us the opportunity to express our gratitude to our guiding light. The mystical bond shared by the guru and the desciple.
May we all be open to receive the wisdom and blessings of our gurus.
Happy Guru Poornima